1. Bad Breath

    This condition is understood as halitosis, among the medical community of dental professionals. The typical major causes for this are one of two issues. The first being poor dental hygiene with the second cause being poor health overall. A person’s health is directly relatable to their eating habi…Read More

  2. Dry Mouth

    Consistent dry mouth is a problem that can exist for many reasons. However, at the same time, it is a normal condition. If the condition feels persistent, it is advisable to seek medical attention. A dentist will check for signs of tooth decay, which causes a reduction in saliva. Having a dry mouth …Read More

  3. Missing Teeth

    On average, adults between the ages of 19 to 65 years of age have at least three missing or decayed teeth, or in some instance more. If you fall into this category, even with missing a single tooth, there is no reason not to change this condition. Missing a tooth or more do factor in a person’s sp…Read More

  4. Tooth Decay

    Tooth decay is caused by cavities which are holes created from the collection of bacteria on the teeth. Bacteria stems from the food and drink that a person consumes that are high in acids and sugars. Furthermore, an individual that has cavities lacks proper cleaning techniques that adds to the abil…Read More

  5. Tooth Erosion

    Tooth erosion is when the outer layers of enamel diminish. This is caused by acids contained in certain foods that we may eat. The enamel is the hard outer coating of the teeth. It protects the underlying dentine. When the enamel deteriorates, it can expose the dentine and cause both sensitivity and…Read More

  6. Unattractive Smile

    Very few people are born with perfect teeth, and in this respect, fewer are blessed with a perfect smile. This means that the majority of people have to contend with their genetic makeup when dealing with their teeth. What they contend with is crooked teeth, uneven sized teeth, open bites and so on.…Read More

  7. Toothaches and Dental Emergencies

    Tooth pain can have quite an effect on a persons well-being and state of mind. The common cause of such a pain is typically an exposed nerve or root. An infection caused by gum disease, or tooth decay are sources for the exposure. In certain instances, the pain may originate from areas other than th…Read More