Oral Hygiene Tips
To maintain a beautiful smile and optimal gum health, it’s essential that you visit the dentist regularly and prioritize your oral health!
Through professional check-ups, your dentist can detect early signs of oral health problems, so we can determine a treatment plan to prevent further damage, and in some cases, reverse the problem.
Professional cleanings are also important for preventing oral problems, especially when self-care is difficult.
Should I Be Concerned if My Gums Bleed?
One of the 7 signs that you need to see a periodontist is bleeding gums. There are also other causes of bleeding gums, and some are concerning while others can be avoided or lessened by changing your oral care tools or techniques.
Does Dental/Health Insurance Cover Periodontal Procedures?
Periodontal diseases are infections of the structures around the teeth. These diseases can include the gums, the periodontal ligament, the cementum that covers the root, and the alveolar bone.
Men Need to Pay Attention to Dental Care
Let’s face it, we all need to pay attention to dental care. A recent article in GQ poses the argument that men often have less dedication to their smile than women. The author got the idea for the piece from an advice column on Reddit where a 41-year-old woman complained about her husband not brushing his teeth. He would choose mouthwash over brushing, and only if she nagged him.
How Can Exposed Roots Be Treated?
In today’s blog, Dr. Steven Lieber, Dr. Jessica Stilley, and Dr. Camille Medina talk about the problems associated with exposed roots of the teeth, their …
How Grinding & Clenching Teeth Affects Periodontal Health
If you experience bruxism, it is important to seek professional help quickly, as it can cause damage to the teeth and gums.
Types of Periodontal Disease
Advanced periodontal disease symptoms involve movement or migration of teeth. Loose teeth or receding gums are a clear warning that professional help is required.