Having excellent oral health doesn’t mean just brushing, flossing and visiting the dentist regularly – it’s also connected to proper nutrition. Eating a well-balanced, nutrient-rich diet provides your body with the immunity to fight infections that could contribute to periodontal disease, a leading cause of adult tooth loss.
With the summer sports season just around the corner, we’d like to remind everyone to think about safety. What do you think might happen if you (or one of your children) got hit in the mouth or jaw while playing a contact sports activity? If you weren’t wearing properly fitted mouth guard, the answer in a nutshell is: A Lot!
If you’re presently living with a missing tooth or teeth, you may be very reluctant to smile in public, or have a lack of confidence when talking to people. This can be a debilitating issue because having to hide your smile can become devastating to a person’s happiness.
Let’s face it… there’s almost nothing more painful that a raging toothache and it can come on without notice and knock you right off your feet.
A toothache can occur for a variety of reasons, ranging from non-serious to possibly life threatening and most people can’t tell the difference on their own. That’s why you should book an appointment to see us as soon as possible.