Many people consider mouth piercings in their lifetimes. They can help you express who you are and what lifestyle you want to live. While there maybe aesthetic and personal benefits to having piercings there are health risks in having them.
The New Year is here and if you haven’t quite nailed down your resolutions yet, don’t worry it’s not too late, you can still choose something to work on and improve. Many people want to reinvent a part of themselves for the New Year and now is the perfect time to choose the option of a better and brighter smile.
I think we can all agree that the holidays are a glorious time of year. You get to spend time with family and friends, and maybe you get to enjoy some time off of work with your kids while they’re out of school.
The root canal. The dreaded procedure. Nobody wants to think about it, but the truth of the matter is, they unfortunately happen. We want to help you become aware of the signs and symptoms associated with root canals so that if the situation arises, you’ll be prepared.
We all know that regular dentist visits along with brushing and flossing are important to help you maintain your beautiful smile. But, these things do more good than you think. By practicing excellent periodontal health, you can also help prevent your mouth from contracting gum disease.