Tooth decay can be prevented by root canal therapy

Root Canal Therapy How Tooth Decay Occurs? Bacteria and food remains will combine to cause tooth decay. A sticky substance called plaque, is formed on your teeth as well as around your gums. The plaque contains bacteria that feed on the sugars in the food you intake...

When and why do we need root canal therapy?

When and Why do We Need Root Canal Therapy? The tooth has mainly two parts which are the crown and the root. Root is the part below the gum line which is not visible. Root is supported by bone and sealed by strong healthy gums. Endodontic therapy or Root Canal...

The 8 Best Practices for Healthy Teeth and Gums

Good oral hygiene is necessary to keep teeth and gums healthy. It involves habits such as brushing twice a day and having regular dental checkups. However, oral health is about more than cavities and gum disease. Research has shown that there is an association between...

At-Home Routines To Help Make Your Trips to the Dentist Easier

While the family schedule is back into full swing with school, sports, and the regular routine, many families use this time of year to schedule their dental check-ups. While crucial to your oral, and indeed your overall bodily health, many children and teens are...

Medications and Oral Health

Many medications – both those prescribed by your doctor and the ones you buy on your own-affect your oral health. A common side effect of medications is dry mouth. Saliva helps keep food from collecting around your teeth and neutralizes the acids produced by...