Gum disease can be devastating to deal with during any point of your life. However, a small portion of women who go through menopause experience a severe form of gum disease called menopausal gingivostomatitis. This gum disease is characterized by bleeding and dry gums. In many cases, the gum tissue has receded so far back that the dental root is now exposed. The solution to menopausal gingivostomatitis is often dental surgery by a cosmetic dentist.…Read More »
What Do You Know About Oral Care Mistakes?
If you are noticing that your teeth are starting to get a yellow appearance that they don’t normally have, then you want to do what you can to whiten them. You can go with some over the counter products, but the best way for you to get whiter teeth is to go directly to the dentist and have them whiten them. They will use professional grade products and make sure you see results in as little time as possible, and with the fewest possible necessary treatments.…Read More »
For patients that have been unfortunate enough to have suffered the loss of one or more of their teeth, it can be easy to be embarrassed. However, there are numerous dental treatments that can be used to correct the problems caused by a missing tooth. Unfortunately, if you have a limited understanding about this dental treatment, you might not realize that there are many myths and misconceptions regarding this type of care.…Read More »