Tag: Dental Facts

Top 5 Signs You May Have a Cavity

Did you know that almost 100 percent of the adults in the world suffer from some form of tooth decay every year? Additionally, somewhere between 60 and 90 percent of kids suffer from tooth decay as well. Tooth decay can, unfortunately, lead to cavities. And if cavities are left untreated for a long period of time, they can lead to even more serious oral hea ...

Category: Dental Emergencies, Dentistry, Oral Health, Oral Protection, Tooth Enamel, Tooth Pain

5 Surprising Benefits of Dental X-Rays

Regular dental care is an invaluable asset to your quality of life. Dentists do more than clean your teeth and fix your smile. They play a crucial role in the overall well-being of every single patient they see. One way dentists do this is by using x-rays to help them identify issues, plan a course of action, and follow-up on treatment. If you don't mind ...

Category: Dental Emergencies, Dentistry, Oral Health, Oral Protection, Tooth Enamel, Tooth Pain

What You Need to Know about Impacted Wisdom Teeth

It’s April again, folks! You know what that means – It’s Dental Health month! We think we’d start the month with this informative post about impacted wisdom teeth. So if you are wondering about wisdom teeth, what an impacted wisdom tooth actually is or if you need yours extracted, then this post is perfect for you.   Before we talk about i ...

Category: Dental Emergencies, Dentistry, Oral Health, Oral Protection, Tooth Enamel, Tooth Pain

What You Need to Know About Baby Teeth

Baby teeth, medically termed as deciduous teeth, are the first set of teeth in the growth development of humans and other mammals. They are also called milk teeth, and now more commonly primary teeth. They develop as early as the embryonic stage – while in the fetus – and become visible in the mouth during infancy. They are meant to be lost and ...

Category: Dental Emergencies, Dentistry, Oral Health, Oral Protection, Tooth Enamel, Tooth Pain

5 Common Cavity Myths

Cavities might be a routine problem that dental professionals resolve every day, but that doesn’t means that that the general public hasn’t developed a misunderstanding on the ways in which cavities can occur. There are a number of myths around how to avoid cavities. And these myths often harm patients and prevent them from truly understanding ...

Category: Dental Emergencies, Dentistry, Oral Health, Oral Protection, Tooth Enamel, Tooth Pain