What To Know About Removing Invisalign Aligning Trays

Many people decide to use Invisalign to correct their teeth because the trays are removable. You are not stuck with something permanently attached to your teeth, which allows you to remove them when necessary. Here are some things to know about removing the invisible aligning trays. How Long To Wear Trays Each Day Just because you can remove Invisalign trays does not mean that you should do it all the time. Read More 

Change Your Habits For A Healthier Smile: What You Need To Do

Your habits may cause you to have an unhealthy smile. What you eat and put into your mouth could cause your oral health issues, even if you don't know that your habits are unhealthy. Read on for some bad habits you may have and what you can do. Chewing On Pens or Pencils Chewing on pens, pencils, pen caps or other non-food items could be damaging your teeth. These items could be wearing down your teeth; they could also cause your teeth to crack. Read More 

Tips For Caring For Your Temporary Crown

If you are having dental work done that requires a crown be placed on one of your teeth, it is likely that your dentist will give you a crown that is not meant to be permanent. The temporary crown will only be necessary until the final crown has been created, which is when the dentist will swap the temporary crown for the final crown. Until then, you'll need to care for your temporary crown in the following ways. Read More 

2 Tooth Care Mistakes That Can Jeopardize Your Dental Health

When you brush, floss, and even rinse your mouth two or three times a day, you may believe that you are taking really good care of your teeth and should have no issues with your teeth. However, even if you are meticulous about your oral health, there are a couple of mistakes you may be making that could jeopardize your dental health. 1.  Brushing Your Teeth with the Same Toothbrush for Too Long Read More 

Signs Of A Problem With A Partially Erupted Wisdom Tooth

Some peoples' wisdom teeth come in and need to promptly be pulled, while others' wisdom teeth do not come in, prompting the need for surgery. In other cases, it's possible that you may have a partially erupted wisdom tooth. This describes a wisdom tooth that has broken through your gum, but not fully come into your mouth. If you see your dentist for regular appointments, he or she will closely monitor the progression of your wisdom teeth and deal with them accordingly. Read More