How To Treat Gingivitis Before Your Teeth Start Loosening

Gum disease is often swept under a rug as a condition that's harmless and so common than no one need worry. While some gum disease sufferers will never experience anything more than minor inflammation and pain, others will eventually lose their teeth due to advanced gum disease. If your gums are swollen and painful, or you're seeing streaks of blood in the sink more often than not after brushing or flossing, you have gingivitis, the early stage of gum disease. [Read More]

Scared Of The Dentist? How To Get Over Your Fear

Are you afraid of going to the dentist? If so, do you know why? Trying to get to the underlying problem behind your fear may help you to get over it. If you have a fear of the dentist, there are some methods that you can use to help you lessen the anxiety. Here are some tips that you can use to help you prepare for a trip to the dentist. [Read More]

TMJ Disorder: Why It Hurts & What To Do About It

Whether your TMJ is due to injury or a developmental issue, it can be a physically crippling and painful disorder. Learn more about the root cause of the disorder, and try the following tips to help relieve your pain and increase the mobility of your jaw. Why It Hurts Temporomandibular joint disorder, also known as TMJ, is due to a disorder of the hinge between the upper and lower halves of the jaw. [Read More]

Two Natural Ways To Whiten Your Teeth

If you have stains on your teeth or you've been noticing they are getting discolored, there are some natural ways you can go about whitening them. Once you get your teeth whiter, you'll find you feel like smiling more than ever before. Try following the tips below to get your teeth whiter and brighter: Make a paste out of lemon juice and baking soda It's probably no surprise that baking soda can be used as a tooth whitener. [Read More]