Laser Treatments May Be The Solution For Your Gum Disease

It's important to seek treatment for your gum disease while it's still in the early stages. If you don't, infection can spread underneath the gums and cause more serious problems. Once your gum disease is advanced, surgery may be the only option for treating it. Fortunately, laser gum surgery is becoming more common. It is less traumatic and time consuming than traditional gum surgery. Here is some information on how it works. [Read More]

The Best Treatments For Gum Disease

Gum disease is a serious condition that could eventually lead to tooth loss. It is very unlikely that you will defeat gum disease without a visit to the dentist for a scaling and root planing. But even after receiving these treatments, there are other necessary things you should do to continue treating your gum disease.  Your Visit To The Dentist Your dentist will need to remove plaque through techniques called scaling and root planing. [Read More]

3 Things That Could Happen If You Don't Have Your Impacted Wisdom Teeth Removed

If you are currently suffering from the pain of impacted wisdom teeth, you have probably been told that you should have them removed. Even though you might be dreading the trip to the dentist, the situation can get worse if you don't take care of it.  These are some of the things that can happen if you don't have your impacted wisdom teeth removed. 1. Ongoing Pain Since your wisdom teeth have been growing in, you have probably been experiencing discomfort. [Read More]

3 Myths About Dental Oil Pulling

Fans of natural health solutions often claim that oil pulling can solve all kinds of dental problems. However, most of these claims are simply myths, and following their advice can actually harm your mouth. Here are three common myths about the so-called benefits of oil pulling. Oils Kill Bacteria Many fans of oil pulling claim that swishing oil around in one's mouth can kill bacteria, reducing the risk of plaque and gum disease. [Read More]