New Year’s Diet? 3 Diets That Can Be Detrimental To Your Teeth

If you made a New Year's resolution to lose a few pounds, then you may be on a new diet that has you eating completely different foods than you are used to. Whether you chose a healthy new diet or a fad diet, you should be aware of how the new foods you are eating affect your teeth. You can then take steps to ensure that your new eating plan does not lead to tooth decay. Read More 

Autism And Tooth Health: What A Parent Needs To Know

For children with autism spectrum disorder, trying new things or going to a strange place can be especially difficult. Even daily dental hygiene can be a struggle. However, with the right tools and preparation, you can help your child to face dental care without experiencing a meltdown.  Start With The Basics Establish daily tooth care habits from an early age. Children with autism respond well to routine, so in order to make brushing and flossing less of a struggle: Read More 

Tooth Loss Solutions—The Dental Implant Process

The loss of a tooth can cause many problems. You might have difficulty eating or speaking, for instance. Modern dentistry has developed methods of dealing with tooth loss in a rapid and efficient manner. The dental implant process is one of the most commonly used tooth restoration procedures. Dental implants can be placed and completed in several ways, but the most common and successful method is the endosteal implant. Read on to learn more about the modern dental implants and how the endosteal implant is performed. Read More 

Is Orthodontic Care Recommended When You Are Pregnant?

Planning orthodontic care around planning your family is one large balancing act. If you are expecting, is braces an option? Here are some things you should think about which will help you make the most informed decision about getting orthodontic care during pregnancy. Know the Risks of Orthodontic Care During Pregnancy Braces in and of themselves are harmless for pregnant women. However, there are still risks associated with orthodontic care at this time. Read More 

2 Simple Parenting Mistakes That Could Damage Your Child’s Teeth

If you are like most proactive parents, you probably brush your small child's teeth twice a day, take them to the dentist regularly, and watch their candy intake like a hawk. Unfortunately, even those things won't do much to curb early childhood tooth decay if you aren't careful. Here are two simple parenting mistakes that could damage your child's teeth, and what you can do to prevent problems down the road. Read More