What causes a mouth sore? Mouth sores are found at the corners of the mouth on the lips. It can be caused by several common things such as: Cold sore/fever … Read More →
What is Root Decay? Root decay (also called “root caries” or “root cavities”) occurs when cavities form on the root surfaces of your teeth. The root surfaces are not usually … Read More →
If you have sensitive teeth, you may be able to ease the pain with simple changes to your oral healthcare routine. Learn about the common causes and steps you can take to ease the pain.
TMJ can be a painful condition linked to age-related factors. Learn more about TMJ and what older adults can do to prevent and treat it.
Sleep apnea is a potentially dangerous disorder that affects millions of Americans. Your dentist can play a vital role in watching for signs of sleep apnea.
Inflammation of the mouth is usually caused in response to an injury. In most cases, inflammation helps to heal the injured area, but problems arise if the body is unable to heal itself.
Approximately one-in-five Americans over age 65 are currently experiencing tooth decay that goes untreated. Though we live in an age where older adults are less likely to lose their teeth, it’s important to not neglect our oral health as we age.
Taking care of your mouth is important, especially if you have dentures or plates. Improperly fitting dentures can cause painful sores that can lead to other health issues. Use these tips to avoid these problems.