Learning to Manage Your Dental Problems

Learning to Manage Your Dental Problems

  • What to Do if You Have Mandibular Tori

    Finding anything out of the ordinary—including a lump under your gums—can be alarming, to say the least. Try not to panic. Having a lump under your gums isn't the end of the world and could be due to a perfectly benign condition. Here's what you need to know about this odd lump, how you got it, and what you can do to get rid of it. Mandibular Tori The condition that you have is most likely mandibular tori.

  • Yes, Your Child Can Play Sports While Wearing Braces

    Although braces have been around for quite some time, there are all sorts of myths that surround this orthodontic treatment. One of these myths is the idea that you cannot play sports while wearing braces. As you might have guessed, this assessment is entirely false. While there are certain measures and precautions that a child should take when playing sports with braces, they can still participate. The Risk of Injury

  • What To Know About Getting Braces As An Adult

    If you are looking for straighter, more aligned teeth, orthodontics may be right for you. While many think of braces as something you get during childhood or during the teen years, adults can benefit from braces as well. In fact, braces are becoming more and more common for adults. Currently around one in five patients getting orthodontic treatment are over the age of 18. Here are three things that you should know as you decide whether or not braces are for you.

  • 4 Tips For Seeking Dental Care After A Physical Assault

    During a physical assault, your teeth could be seriously damaged. It's important to act quickly if any of your teeth are chipped, broken or knocked out during the assault. These tips can help you when you're in pain, panicking, and unsure of what to do next. 1. File a Report Although it is important to seek help with your teeth and other issues after a physical assault, you should contact the local authorities first.

  • Tooth Chipped Playing Baseball? Ways A Restorative Dentist Can Fix The Chip

    If you were hit in the mouth while playing baseball and chipped a tooth, there are many things a dentist can do to fix the chip. Consider seeing a restorative dentist in order to do this. This type of dentist works with things like chipped teeth, as well as other dental problems like this. When finished, you will never know the chip was there. Below are some ways this dentist can fix the chip.

About Me

Learning to Manage Your Dental Problems

As a homeschool parent and independent contractor, I don't always have time to practice good dental care. I often find myself in a rush just to meet my daily tasks and goals. My lack of good dental care eventually caught up with me. After experiencing severe pain in my back tooth, I made an appointment with my dentist. My dentist found a large hole in the center of the tooth. Root canal treatment couldn't save the tooth, so my dentist extracted it. I learned a very painful and valuable lesson that day. No matter how hectic my life is, I should still make time to brush and floss my teeth properly. I'm here to help you and other people avoid painful dental problems with my blog. I offer tips on how to keep your teeth clean and how to spot dental problems before they get out of control. Good luck.