Whether it’s through thumb or finger sucking or pacifier use, nearly all kids will have a sucking habit at some point. While most kids eventually grow out of this habit, it can do damage to their teeth. Here’s an explanation and how to stop it.
The world today is a hectic, complex place, and stress is a common concern for most people. While we know what it can do to your state of mind, what most people don’t realize is that it can start to take a toll on your body — and your oral health.
Pregnancy is an exciting time, but it’s also a time when your hormones, especially progesterone, start to increase and change. These hormonal changes change the chemistry of your body, which makes it even more important than ever to pay attention to your teeth and gums.
You brush and floss daily, but yet you still experience bad breath from time to time. Whether you enjoy garlic bread at dinner or take a medication that makes your mouth dry, there are ways to control the lingering odors, also known as halitosis. Try these tips to prevent bad breath in the future.
Your child’s first trip to the dentist should be earlier than you think! Early dental care is important for you child’s development and lifelong oral health.
Common questions about whitening teeth for an even better smile! Learn what you need to know, what options you have, and how to get rid of stains and yellowing.
Know what to expect from your wisdom teeth removal – leading up to the procedure, during surgery, and most importantly, how best to heal after!
Bite alignment, chewing, specific floss, and grinding all play a part in the health of your crown, learn more from Gold Dental today!
Taking care of your dental implants is as important as your natural teeth. We’ll help you keep your smile healthy with tips for the best implant hygiene.
The holidays can bring a lot of cheer and a lot of sweets. We have a few suggestions to help keep the cavities away while keeping your child happy this holiday season.