How Often Do I Need To Really See A Dentist?

The conventional wisdom is that you should go see a dentist every two years. But this isn't always set in stone. Sometimes, you can get away with only one dentist visit a year if you do not have any serious dental problems and if you take really good care of your teeth. However, if you are a smoker, have serious underlying health problems, or if you do not have good oral hygiene, you might need to see a dentist more often. [Read More]

Solve Your Emergency Dental Pain Until You Can Visit Your Dentist

It is never fun to have a dental emergency when you are out of town on vacation. The good news is that there are some simple things that you can do to control any pain that you might have until you are able to get an appointment to see your dentist. Here are some of the most common dental emergencies and their temporary solutions: A Filling Falls Out If you have a filling that has fallen out, then you should get some temporary filling material from a local pharmacy. [Read More]

Cosmetic Dentistry Can Repair Damage Caused By An Eating Disorder

If you have an eating disorder, it can wreak havoc on your teeth, as well as your internal organs and your overall health in general. If you suffer from anorexia, your body will become malnourished, which leads to the deterioration of your teeth. If you are bulimic then stomach acids will erode the enamel on your teeth. The result will be teeth that look worn and have a yellowish color to them. [Read More]