Gum Disease

While taking care of your teeth is important, many forget that a good oral hygiene regimen should include caring for your gums. Your gums are the foundation for a healthy mouth. If you are not taking care of your gums, you have an increased risk...

The diagnosis of gingivitis primarily is based on your dentist's professional opinion. This includes dental history along with an examination of teeth, gums, and mouths for signs of plaque or inflammation. Along with this, the pocket depth of the groove in between gums and teeth...

Did you know it's National Gum Care month! During the month of September, we'll celebrate by discussing all the dental issues our gums face. That way you can keep your gums healthy and happy! Celebrating National Gum Care is important to us because so many...

Plaque is one of those oral problems that just happens. It is nearly impossible to ensure you get every bit of particle stuck between your teeth or on its surface completely out. You can brush, floss, and take other measures for good oral health but...

Toothaches can be triggered by a wide variety of causes. Some of them surprising, but the common factor with all toothaches is that they signal to you that something isn’t right somewhere. It is therefore important for you to educate yourself about the different possible...

Dental x-rays work in a similar manner as a regular x-ray. However, they are made to provide imaging of the teeth. With the help of dental x-rays, the dentist can analyze the health of an individual’s mouth. The x-ray machine employs low levels of radiation...

Gingivitis is also referred to as gum disease. It starts with the growth of bacteria in your mouth and culminates in the loss of your teeth if nothing is done to arrest the progression of the disease. While periodontitis is also called gum disease, it shouldn’t be confused...