Now a day’s its very common for both kids and adults to wear braces, this is sometimes recommended by a dentist to improve a patient's "orofacial" appearance through orthodontic treatment to correct, problems like crooked or crowded teeth, overbites or under bites, incorrect jaw position and disorders of the jaw joints. If left untreated, ... More


Sugary, starchy, and acidic foods can cause tooth decay if they’re eaten frequently or remain on teeth for a long time. A balanced diet is important for your overall health as well as the health of your teeth. Certain food choices greatly impact the strength, color, appearance, and health of your gums and mouth.  Regardless of your age, ... More

Impacted wisdom teeth

  Impacted wisdom teeth are third molars at the back of the mouth that don't have enough room to emerge or develop normally.   Wisdom teeth are the last four of your 32 adult teeth to erupst. Most people have four wisdom teeth at the back of the mouth-two on the top, two on the bottom. Impacted wisdom teeth can result in ... More


The meaning of Gingivitis is inflammation of the gums. Generally gingivitis causes red and puffy gums. That bleed when you brush or floss your teeth. It’s caused by bacteria that accumulate on our teeth also called plaque. Gingivitis is a relatively harmless type of periodontal disease. Usually resolved with good oral hygiene but if ... More


Regular dental visits may help prevent illness. Experts recommend coming in for dental checkups at least twice a year. Benefits of this will not only help us maintain good oral health but it may decrease our risk of getting ill. This by reducing bacteria in the mouth. Research has found that those of us who never get dental checkups have ... More


Just released information on fluoride says, treatment as well as help prevent cavities can also prevent illness. Deficiency is especially prevalent in developing countries, here in Mexico dental diseases are a major issue in the field of public health. A number of international experts have now completed a study that presents a status ... More

Teeth Types

Did you know we have different types of teeth? In fact humans have 4 types of teeth which play important roles in our ability to eat and speak.   First of all it’s important to know about the development of teeth in general. Humans have two sets of teeth, which develop in stages. Primary Teeth develop long before your first ... More


Cavity Treatment One of the most common, if not the most common dental procedure is checking for cavities. Once cavities are located they must be treated with fillings. Fillings are also called amalgams, and it’s the most common method of treatment there is. Did you know fillings may have been around for more than 6,500 years?  Some ... More


Good Dental Care Habits Your dentist can only do so much for your dental health. He or she can help you learn good oral hygiene techniques and can help point out areas of your mouth that may require extra attention during brushing and flossing. But you need to do your part at home to keep periodontal disease at bay by maintain good dental ... More


Holiday Dental Tips Avoid tooth damage and decay caused by wine, sweets and stress by making oral health a priority this holiday season. The busy holiday season may disrupt many people's daily routines, but at this time of year it is especially important to remember to look after your teeth never forgetting to wash and floss. No ... More