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Healthier Teeth On a Budget

With a family to raise and plenty of challenges at work, I used to forget about my health. My dental health was especially neglected for a few years. I was working with a tight budget for quite a few years, so I assumed I couldn't afford costly dental care items like fancy toothpaste and high speed electric brushes. After a visit to my dentist that was long overdue, I found out that I didn't need to spend a lot to keep my teeth in good shape. In fact, it was actually far more expensive to forget about oral health because it increased my bills at the dentist! Now I've built an entire blog around keeping your teeth and gums healthy, and I've got plenty of advice to give for budget-minded people.



How Do Dental Bridges Work?

Missing or broken teeth are more than a cosmetic concern. If teeth remain broken or missing, they will cause real damage to your other teeth, gums, and jawbone. Dental bridges are a popular way to restore your appearance, while also protecting your oral health for decades to come. Learn more about dental bridges, and how they can save your smile. Just What is a Dental Bridge, Anyway? Dental bridges are a special kind of dental implant, one that " Read More 

What To Know Before Repairing Your Damaged Partial Denture

A partial denture can become damaged due to a number of reasons, such as eating hard foods or becoming worn over time. However, before you repair your partial, it is a good idea to know more about the different options you have so you can pick the one that best suits your needs. Metal Frame Many partial dentures rely on a metal frame for stability and durability. If this portion is broken or bent, then repairing the partial can be more complicated. Read More 

Four Easy Dental Care Tips For Athletes

If you're like most athletes, you're very aware of your overall health. After all, your body needs to stay healthy and strong in order to perform at its best. One aspect of health that athletes unfortunately overlook all too often is dental health. In fact, athletes sometimes develop bad habits that can wreak havoc on their teeth, leading to decay and gum disease. Don't let poor dental health keep you out of the game. Read More 

Dental FAQs: 4 Odd Things That Are Causing Your Bad Breath

Your mouth and teeth play an important role in your day-to-day life. Having a clean, healthy, and white smile is important—especially if you have a big interview or date coming up. If your smile looks good, but your breath is off-putting, you might be suffering from Halitosis. Fortunately, bad breath isn't something you have to live with. Improved oral hygiene and diet can help eliminate bad breath. But if that doesn't do it, consider eliminating these four things that might be causing your mouth odor: Read More 

Temperature Sensitive Teeth? Possible Causes And How To Be Pain-Free Again

f you have had relatively healthy teeth most of your life and suddenly develop mild pain in a tooth or all of your teeth, then it can feel very alarming. Even if the pain is mild, the fact that your teeth don't feel normal can lead you to worry that you have a major problem. Visit a dentist any time you begin experiencing tooth sensitivity, but first be aware of what the cause may be. Read More