If your gums are bleeding, there could be several reasons why. You could just be brushing too hard, or not using the right kind of toothbrush. In this article we'll discuss different causes and treatments for bleeding gums. Don't forget to call us and ask about our gum treatment options in Las Vegas.
Brushing too vigorously can cause gums to bleed. Brush gently to clean your teeth and gums, and use a brush that has soft bristles and blunt ends. When you brush, use a gentle circular motion to clean your teeth and gums.
Sometimes teeth need to be extracted for different reasons. They could be making it difficult for other teeth to come in, or you may have to have a tooth extracted if you need braces and have to make room for tooth that need to move into place. What can you expect when a tooth needs extraction? This blog will discuss the what the dentist does to determine if you need an extraction, any steps that might need to be taken before the procedure, what you need to do after.
If you're looking for an easy way to reduce cavities and get rid of food particles in between brushings, the best way to do it is to chew sugar-free gum. Chewing sugar free gum can provide many benefits to your teeth. It helps reduce the risk of developing cavities, strengthens tooth enamel, and increased saliva flow can help fight mouth diseases. Here, we answer some common questions about the benefits of chewing sugar-free gum.
More people are choosing Invisalign over traditional braces. You will have to wear Invisalign aligners for 20 to 22 hours per day. That it is important to find out everything that you can about invisalign. There are a number of tips and tricks that you can use to get the most out of invisalign.
Many people will put off going to the dentist out of fear; however, this very fear could potentially expose them to an array of dental problems including dental caries that can’t be remediated through a normal filling, extreme pain, and possibly a fractured tooth. In this article, we will detail the importance of visiting a dentist if your wisdom tooth is impacted, has come in crooked or, worse yet, is infected.