Why Does Your Baby Need A Frenectomy?

If you've noticed that your baby is having a hard time breastfeeding or drinking from a bottle, you may be surprised when a pediatrician recommends a so-called "tongue tie" frenectomy. Such a procedure is called for when a baby's lingual frenulum has interfered with their ability to move their tongue freely. The frenulum is the small ligament on the underside of the tongue which keeps the tongue attached to the interior of the mouth; in a frenectomy, part of it is cut. [Read More]

2 Ways To Safely Whiten Your Teeth To Promote Your Entertainment Career

If you are trying to make it in the entertainment industry, you probably plan to have head shots and other professional photos taken to promote your image. Although you can have the photos retouched or manipulated to make your teeth appear whiter, when you meet with industry professional in person, the true color of your teeth will be evident.  There are ways to whiten your teeth safely and effectively so that you can continue to move forward with your entertainment career. [Read More]

How Smoking And Bad Bad Breath Drives Away Friends: And How To Win Them Back

Smokers are often beset by a variety of health information explaining how dangerous their habit is to their health. However, few really truly understand how smoking, and how it creates bad breath, can literally drive people away from you. Thankfully, it is possible to counter this effect by quitting smoking and improving your dental health. Why People Recoil From Those With Bad Breath As you smoke, you are introducing a variety of dangerous and destructive chemicals into your mouth. [Read More]

2 Tips To Protect Your Bionator From Cracking

Your upper and lower jaw can grow asymmetrical for a number of reasons. When this happens, you may notice that you have developed an over bite or under bite. When your jaw is not aligned, this prevents your teeth from meeting. This issue may seem trivial, but it can make it difficult to enjoy chewing or speaking without experiencing some issues. Therefore, your dentist can help you to install a bionator. [Read More]