4 Smart Ways To Save Money On Dental Care

Giving your teeth and gums the proper professional attention isn't just an attractive option -- if you want to keep your teeth, it's a must. Many people, however, put off much-needed care because they assume that it will be out of their price range. Here are four things you can do to make your dental care more affordable. 1. Look for Dental Schools and Low-Income Dental Providers If you're experiencing a financial crisis as well as a dental crisis, don't fret -- and more importantly, don't give up on scheduling that dental procedure. Read More 

How To Turn Your Teeth Into A Fashion Statment

When it comes to cosmetic dentistry, most people instinctively seek out the most subtle, natural-looking, unobtrusive restorations or corrections possible, hiding the fact that they've had any work done at all. But if you're the type of person who always dares to be different, you may be wondering how you can make your teeth stand out instead of fading into the background. Here are a few bold ideas for your bold new mouth. Read More 

Dental Care Tips For Parents Of Children With Down Syndrome

If you're a parent of a child with Down syndrome, you should know that dental care is particularly important, even at an early age. While visiting the dentist can be difficult at first for any little one, children with this condition may find visits especially stressful. To some degree, this occurs because they tend to be more physically and emotionally sensitive. In this article, you'll learn about some of the ways you can help to reduce stress and encourage better oral care for your child. Read More 

Sudden Surge In Cavities? 3 Possible Culprits To Your Downward Spiraling Dental Health

If you are someone who has become used to leaving the dentist's office with a smile on your face due to your great check-ups, then a sudden surge in cavities may have left you scratching your head trying to figure out what is going on with your oral health. The culprit to your sudden downward spiral could be a small change in your habits or a large problem with your health. Read More 

5 Genetic Oral Disorders

When it comes to genes, some people get the short end of the stick. Some people are not as tan as they wish to be, while others literally do get the short end of the stick: they're short! There are also those who are prone to genetic oral abnormalities or disorders. These abnormalities range from everything like slight aesthetic disfigurations to some truly horrible abnormalities that may make living life a difficult proposition. Read More