What to Do for Your Child While They are Teething

If you are a parent, you probably know that teething can be a very difficult time. Usually, your little one's first tooth will erupt when they’re somewhere between four and six months old. Teeth will usually continue to break through the gums until they’re about two years old. Unfortunately, teething can be uncomfortable and painful, but there are several things... read more »

What Is An Abscess?

Do you know what causes the development of an abscess in your mouth, how you can tell it is there, or how it is treated? Keep reading to learn the answers to these questions. Causes The inner part of the tooth contains living tissues of blood vessels, nerves, and connective fibers, which are collectively called pulp tissue. If the tooth... read more »

Your Toothbrush and Your Oral Health

If you are brushing and flossing your pearly whites diligently daily, you are doing your part to remove bacteria and plaque which can cause tooth decay and gum disease. So how do you care for your toothbrush, since it’s such a vital part of your oral health care? The mouth is home to millions of bacteria, or microorganisms, and that... read more »