Are You Hurting Your Teeth By Brushing Right After You Eat?

It's common to believe that brushing right after eating is good for you. After all, you get the food particles while they are fresh, so they don't have chance to get settled into your teeth. However, the truth is the opposite. Brushing right after eating could actually hurt your teeth more than it helps them. Brush the Acid Around Your Mouth Mayo Clinic states that you need to avoid brushing for at least 30 minutes after eating something acidic. [Read More]

Pros And Cons Of Composite Resin Fillings, Crowns, And Bonds

Composite resin is a malleable dental material made of finely milled plastic and glass tinted a natural tooth color. The material is used in a variety of general and cosmetic dentistry restoration methods including dental fillings, dental crowns, and dental bonds. There are other materials available in each of these categories but there are some pros – and cons – of choosing composite resin compared to those materials. What are some of the pros and cons of choosing composite resin for your fillings, crowns, or bonds? [Read More]

Why Are Your Infant's Teeth Discolored?

Teeth are supposed to be white. So when teeth start to discolor, you start to wonder why and how you can change it. Any darkness could be a sign that there is something wrong, especially when it comes to an infant's set of teeth. Here are the main reasons for teeth discoloration in children. Not Brushing Enough One of the most common problems is inadequate brushing. You may not have set up a routine for your child or may have allowed them to do it by themselves, which can result in negligence. [Read More]

Can Stress Impact Your Oral Health?

Stress can affect your health in a number of ways, including loss of hair and high blood pressure. What some people do not realize is that stress can have an impact on your oral health, too. If you are experiencing stress, here is what you need to know.  How Does Stress Impact Oral Health? Stress can wreak havoc on your oral health in a number of ways. One possible consequence of being stressed is teeth grinding. [Read More]