How many of us mindlessly chew on ice in our cold drinks? That is one habit we should all try to break. Biting down on ice, along with other misfortunes like an injury, can cause a cracked tooth. If this happens,
Most of us spend a considerable amount of time searching for a new smartphone, a new car, or even a new dress for a special occasion, but really, how important and how much time should you spend looking for an electric toothbrush?
Do you feel that your jaw has changed or your teeth are more crowded? A shrinking jaw is more common than you think and can be due to a number of causes. Let’s dive in to the reasons why your jaw may be shrinking.
The mouth is home to many different forms of bacteria, and if left unchecked, these bacteria can cause lots of problems for your teeth, gums, and general oral health.
It used to be that only elderly people wore dentures, or so it seemed. But the truth is that times have changed…and so have dentures.
Two things we all crave are a good night’s sleep and fresh breath. Actually, they are related and can be achieved by paying attention to certain symptoms and talking to East Village Dental Arts. Let’s look at how sleep apnea affects your oral health.
Most of us are stressed more and more. We try all sorts of things to alleviate it, including the habit of grinding our teeth. Keep reading to find other reasons why you may be grinding your teeth and what you can do about it.
We love having options, don’t we? Some choices are frivolous, but others have real consequences requiring some thought and research before making a decision. Now you have a choice about what treatment you want for missing or broken teeth. Let’s review what to consider when choosing between dentures and implants.
We live our lives, eat and drink what we want, and never think much about what certain habits can do to our bodies over time. If you are beginning to notice your teeth looking a bit dull and dingy with brown spots,
Since you were a kid you have been constantly told about how brushing your teeth twice a day and flossing will keep your mouth free from cavities. Using a fluoride toothpaste and seeing your dentist for regular cleanings was all you needed to do for a healthy mouth.