5 Things Celiacs Need To Know About Aphthous Stomatitis

Celiac disease makes you feel very ill when you eat foods that contain gluten, but the effects of this condition aren't limited to your digestive system. Celiac disease can affect your entire body, even your mouth. Aphthous stomatitis is a common oral problem that celiacs face. Here's what you need to know about this painful condition. What is aphthous stomatitis? Aphthous stomatitis is a condition that causes ulcers to form on the soft tissues inside your mouth, such as the insides of your cheeks, your tongue, or the floor of your mouth. Read More 

4 Things You May Not Know About Wearing Dentures

If you've been fitted for your first set of dentures, you may be excited about wearing them and think all your dental problems are over. However, you need to be aware of some things in order to get used to new dentures and avoid problems while wearing them. Here are some things you should know:  Your Dentures May Be Uncomfortable at First Many new denture wearers don't expect to be uncomfortable when they first start wearing their dentures. Read More 

Mouthguards Aren’t Helping? Treatment Options for Teeth Grinding

Teeth grinding is often a nervous habit done while asleep. The grinding action can slowly wear away the enamel on your teeth and make the teeth more susceptible to damage. A first line treatment for teeth grinding is fitting you for a mouthguard to prevent you from grinding in your sleep. But mouth guards aren't always the final answer to the problem. The guards can come loose or cause discomfort that prevents you from sleeping, which would make continued usage impractical. Read More 

Signs To Seek Out An Emergency Dentist

Visiting your dentist twice a year is a good habit to have, as it ensures your gums and teeth are in great health. There may come a time where you need to seek emergency care between appointments due to a problem that cannot wait until your next visit. A dental emergency can happen suddenly and unexpectedly, even if you take great care of your teeth by brushing twice a day. The following symptoms could signal that it's time to visit an emergency dentist for help. Read More 

Understanding Denture Use In Children

If your young child is suffering from a lack of tooth growth or severe dental decay, then you will be happy to know that you can have your child fitted for dentures. While dentures tend to be associated with older people, children who have a need can absolutely be fitted for dentures. In fact, dentures can greatly improve many aspects of your child's life. Causes of Tooth Loss in Children There are three main causes of tooth loss, or missing teeth, in children: Read More