Managing Migraine Misery with Mouth-Guards: How Wearing a Mouth-Guard at Night Can Stop Headaches

Chronic migraines cause anxiety and depression and leave sufferers in constant fear, worried about when and where the next attack is going to occur. According to a study by Migraine Impact in Australia (MIA), 83 percent of sufferers, from around 3 million people, have lost hope of ever finding relief. Pain medications only serve to treat the symptoms—not the cause. Moreover, some medications soon cease to be as effective as they once were and can even make headaches worse due to overuse.   Read More...

Dining With Dentures: Will Dentures Affect the Way Food Tastes?

There is much to consider when looking at the possibility of getting dentures. One of the factors that worries many dental patients in regards to dentures is the effect that false teeth might have on the way their food tastes. If your teeth are so badly decayed and damaged that eating is a chore for you, then you may actually be able to enjoy food for the first time in years.   Read More...

4 Questions to Ask Before Tooth Whitening

Are you considering professional tooth whitening? There are many different methods for improving the appearance of your teeth, and they can vary in effectiveness, last for different lengths of time, and have different side effects. To help you make an informed decision, you should ask as many questions as possible before undergoing the procedure. Keep reading for some questions to get you started. How Much Whiter Will My Teeth Look?    Read More...

Dental Implant Success Means Following These Steps To Avoid Infection

A dental implant is a good thing because it's a permanent fix to a missing tooth. An infection around your dental implant is a bad thing because at the very worst, the implant needs removal. With your own dental implant happening in a few short days, it is vital to learn how to avoid an infection and how to identify an infection, so you do not delay in dealing with it if it happens.   Read More...

3 Common Questions about Wisdom Teeth Removal

Wisdom teeth are the last four molars that grow into your mouth. However, this doesn't always happen without a hitch. If your dentist tells you that your wisdom teeth need to be extracted, you may become apprehensive. Removal of wisdom teeth is often unpleasant because they are the most inaccessible teeth with the largest roots. This article highlights a few questions commonly raised by patients facing wisdom teeth removal. 1. Why would I need my wisdom teeth removed?   Read More...