3 Oral Surgery Aftercare Tips

If you're scheduled for oral surgery, there's good news: with the advancements in dental technology and various forms of anesthesia, oral surgery is often fairly painless for the patient these days. However, this means that the difficult part of the process doesn't happen in the dentist's office – it happens at home, after the anesthesia wears off, while you're recovering from your procedure. Take a look at some oral surgery tips that will help make your oral surgery recovery as painless and uncomplicated as possible. [Read More]

Are You Concerned About Swallowing Your Braces Bracket?

One of the concerns people have with braces is the risk of swallowing them. Though the idea of swallowing orthodontics is frightening enough, the risk is not as high as most people think; though it's there. Here are some of the reasons you may swallow your braces: DIY Adjustment Of Lose Brackets Braces are usually designed and fixed to fit their wearers; they are custom designed. However, there is always a risk that your braces may loosen before your treatment period is over. [Read More]

Considerations Before Selecting A Dental Crown

If you have a tooth that needs to be restored, your dentist may use a dental crown to aid in the restoration. Still, before a dental crown is applied, a few questions may be asked. The answers to these questions can help determine the type of crown that will be selected. Here a few questions that dentists consider before installing a dental crown: Where in the mouth will the crown be placed? [Read More]

5 Reasons To Consider Becoming A Dental Hygienist

Many people know that regular dental exams and cleanings are essential not only to their oral health but also to their overall health. Healthy teeth and gums are very important, and dental hygienists work closely with dentists to ensure that a practice's patients have clean teeth and the knowledge needed to take care of their teeth at home. If you're interested in the dental industry, there are many reasons to consider becoming a dental hygienist, such as: [Read More]