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How To Treat And Prevent Periodontitis

How To Treat And Prevent Periodontitis

Reviewed By Ray Spotts
Periodontitis - or gum disease - is an infection in the gums that can lead to tooth loss and illness. It can become a serious infection if not treated quickly and efficiently, can result in tooth loss and can even damage the bone structure of the jaw.
Gum Infections: Preventing And Curing Them For A Healthier Smile

Gum Infections: Preventing And Curing Them For A Healthier Smile

Written By Jennifer Raskin / Reviewed By Ray Spotts

Gum infections are no fun, which is why you should listen to your dentist when you’re told to take proper care of your oral health. By letting things go, you leave your mouth open for infections. Known as periodontitis, it targets just below your gum line in sulcus, the crevices between your teeth and gums.

A Definitive Guide For Keeping Your Gums Healthy

A Definitive Guide For Keeping Your Gums Healthy

Written By Dr. Sonal Bhoot / Reviewed By Ray Spotts

In a rush to brighten the teeth and improve the smile, we overlook the gingiva surrounding it. We neglect bleeding and inflamed gums. They subdue initially but as the situation worsens, the gum problem becomes the most complicated dental issue.
Important Things To Do Before And After Getting Braces

Important Things To Do Before And After Getting Braces

Reviewed By Ray Spotts
Orthodontic braces can correct bite issues and teeth alignment problems. Many children and even adults use braces to straighten their smile. Gone are the days when your only choice was traditional metal braces. There are now lots of options for orthodontic systems available. The one you choose will depend on the severity of your issue, your lifestyle and your budget. Read on to find out what else you need to consider before getting braces and what to do once they are fitted.
7 Ways To Avoid Gingivitis

7 Ways To Avoid Gingivitis

Written By Parmar Dental / Reviewed By Ray Spotts

Gingivitis is a common gum disease that causes the gums to become swollen and red and bleed easily especially when brushing or flossing. The condition is entirely preventable and easily reversible. But left untreated gingivitis becomes a more serious form of gum disease called periodontitis which can lead to tooth loss and is the leading cause of tooth loss in adults.
Bad Breath And How To Fight It

Bad Breath And How To Fight It

Written By Jennifer Raskin / Reviewed By Ray Spotts

If you’ve ever been on the receiving end of a whiff of someone’s bad breath, you know it’s an unpleasant interaction. But chances are, you’ve likely nearly bowled someone over yourself. While it’s fairly normal for people to have unsavory breath upon waking, chronic halitosis, the official name for bad breath, occurs for a variety of reasons.
How Often Do You Change Your Toothbrush?

How Often Do You Change Your Toothbrush?

Reviewed By Ray Spotts

Let’s be honest here…can you recall when you last changed your toothbrush? Most people can’t. And most people continue to keep on brushing with that same old toothbrush. If that’s what you’re doing, stop!

Five Dental Habits That Are Affecting Your Long-Term Health

Five Dental Habits That Are Affecting Your Long-Term Health

Written By Dr. Chris Campus / Reviewed By Ray Spotts

Despite all the information that exists about what affects teeth, it is very rare that people actually have good dental health habits. This is not due to laziness so much as it is due to so many factors that negatively affect dental health. Nearly everything we consume affects dental health in some aspect. Therefore, the point is to detect things that affect long-term dental health that can also affect other health areas.

How To Keep Teeth Healthy

How To Keep Teeth Healthy

Reviewed By Ray Spotts

Keeping your teeth healthy rewards you with a bright smile, fresh breath, and a mouth free from discomfort. The state of your oral health grants valuable insights into your total well-being. Preventing bad breath and tooth decay has far-reaching benefits. Follow our dental advice, and learn how to keep teeth healthy and sustain optimal oral hygiene. 

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