When a tooth is lost due to damage or injury there are a few options to replace it to maintain the look and function of the missing tooth. The most common of these choices is a dental bridge or a dental implant. While they are very different procedures they will both result in having filled the gap they do so very differently.
General dental care begins with a routine of brushing and flossing, choosing the right foods and avoiding the wrong ones, and following up with regular appointments with the dentist for treatment and repairs as needed.
To remove dental plaque and tartar naturally, an abrasive yet gentle toothpaste can be used, oil pulling can loosen and remove buildup from around the teeth, and regular brushing and flossing can reduce buildup.
Technically known as oral candidiasis, oral thrush occurs when the type of fungus called Candida albicans builds up on the interior lining of the mouth. While Candida is normally present in your mouth, when it overgrows, it can lead to annoying symptoms. Here are 60+ ways to fight it naturally.
There are a few steps that can be taken to reduce tooth loss even when a loose tooth is present - and they begin with dental care at home and at the dental office.
Here are six things in your home that you're probably forgetting to clean.
Here’s a look at the five types of dental fillings that are commonly used by dentists.
Some ways to treat a gum infection naturally include mouthwash with antiseptic and antibacterial properties, oil pulling, baking soda, and essential oils.