2 Tips To Prevent The Fit Of Your Dentures From Changing While Wearing Them
27 July 2016
If you wear dentures for an extended period of time, then you may begin to notice signs of bone loss. The bone loss results from wearing dentures frequently. The bone loss will change the shape and size of your mouth; therefore, your dentures may feel loose. This issue is fairly common and can be fixed with the help of your dentist. However, dentures that change in shape and size cannot be fixed.
Are You A Binge Drinker? Know How Alcohol Can Cause Damage To Your Teeth
11 July 2016
When you consume too much of something, chances are that it will have a negative effect on your body in some way. While many people are aware of the dangers of alcohol, you may not know the effect it can have on your oral health. Be aware of these four potential problems.
Consuming alcohol is a cause of xerostomia, a condition associated with dry mouth. It reduces the amount of saliva you produce, which can make you feel dehydrated.
Signs Of Infection Following Wisdom Tooth Surgery
22 June 2016
Most people have wisdom teeth that grow in when they are teenagers or in their early 20's. In many cases, these wisdom teeth are removed. Not only do they fail to serve any real purpose in the back of the mouth, but they also rarely have enough space to grow properly. As a result, they often cause overcrowding or grow in crooked. In most cases, recovery from wisdom tooth removal is simple.
Does Exercising Have Any Kind Of Impact On Your Oral Health?
1 June 2016
Exercising is good for you, especially your heart and brain health. Many say that it improves your overall health, too, but does that include your oral health? Is it possible to run your way to healthier teeth? Could it have a negative effect? Here's a look at how your oral health is impacted by the amount of exercise you do.
More Exercise, More Cavities
Unfortunately, exercise can have a negative impact on your teeth.