Are you a diabetic who is considering getting dental implants? There are plenty of different opinions among dentists as to whether you are a viable candidate for implants if you have this health condition. In fact, you may get conflicting answers on whether or not you can get them depending on the personal views of the dentist you see for your consultation. So, what are you supposed to believe? While the decision of whether or not to get dental implants is ultimately up to you (and the dentist who is willing to give them to you), there are certain things you should know about diabetes and implants so you can make an informed choice. [Read More]
Temporary Relief For A Cracked Tooth
Dealing with a cracked or chipped tooth can be a miserable experience for just about anyone. Unfortunately, there are plenty of reasons why you might not be able to get to your dentist right away. It's times like these when you could use a little relief from your pain. The following offers a few tips for relieving the pain and stress caused by a cracked or chipped tooth while you wait to get to a 24 hour dentist like Milan Simanek DDS. [Read More]
Tips To Help Keep Your Teeth Merry And White This Holiday Season
Many people are well aware that some of their favorite holiday treats are not exactly healthy. However, most people don't realize that in addition to increasing your calorie and sugar intake, many of these treats can be harmful to your teeth. Many holiday goodies can stain teeth, leave sugar behind on the teeth or cause acid erosion. Luckily, there are steps you can take to help keep your teeth merry and white this holiday season. [Read More]
How Does Plaque And Bacteria Affect Your Child's Unerupted Adult Teeth?
If you're concerned about protecting your child's loose baby or primary teeth from cavities, you can keep these teeth clean and healthy until they fall out. Loose baby teeth are vulnerable to plaque and bacteria buildup. If you don't remove the plaque and bacteria right away, they can eventually damage the adult teeth hiding in the jawbones. Here's what you should know about your child's unerupted adult teeth and how to protect them from plaque and bacteria. [Read More]