What are the Best Braces Colors?

Braces Colors

The most exciting part about getting your braces is receiving a beautiful smile after you are done with your treatment. But there are still a lot of fun parts along the way. One topic that our patients always ask about is choosing colors for their braces. Having the option to personalize your braces can make […]

Best Ways to Fix Spacing in Teeth

Often, patients will come in, and we’ll ask them what their number one concern is, why are they here. And a lot of times the reason is, “I’ve got a space in my two front teeth.” And you see that all the time.It’s very common, and they want it fixed.Sometimes it’s something they have dealt […]

Oral lichen planus and the burning mouth syndrome

Oral lichen planus

Oral lichen planus is basically an autoimmune disease we don’t really know what causes it and there isn’t really a predictable cure for it although there are treatments for it. If you have a burning mouth and it’s quite uncomfortable and you don’t know why and your dentist can’t figure out why it’s very possible […]

Why Do Some People Have Darker Gums?

Black Gums

  In this country, the standard of beauty is pink gums. When you see anything lacking the smile, in the mouth, it looks like there’s an appearance of something’s wrong or diseased. Black gums come from the melanin or the production from the melanocytes. So think of the skin. You have a very light tone […]

Teeth Grinding – Symptoms and Treatment

teeth grinding

Teeth grinding(Bruxism) is the habit of grinding teeth. Teeth grinding usually occurs during sleep, but grinding or pounding is also common during the day. Teeth grinding can cause corrosion of the gums and the bones that support them in the mouth. Most people are not conscious when Bruxism.Teeth grinding can cause corrosion of the gums […]

Dental Health During Pregnancy

Dental Health During Pregnancy

Pregnancy can cause dental problems in some women, such as gum disease, and increase the risk of tooth decay. During pregnancy, the body’s hormone levels increase and cause it to affect dental plaque. Pregnancy will not automatically cause tooth damage. If the mother does not get enough calcium during pregnancy, the calcium needed by the fetus is […]