Month: February 2018

A Few Reasons Bad Breath Should Worry You

If you experience chronic bad breath, then you might constantly worry about speaking too closely to someone out of fear that they’ll find out. If your bad breath doesn’t go away, however, then there may be several other reasons why you should worry about it. Everything about your dental health happens for a reason. In… Read more »

What Gum Disease Has to Do with American Heart Month

Every February, the American Heart Association sponsors American Heart Month to help raise awareness of one of the deadliest chronic conditions, heart disease. Though it may seem unrelated, preventing or treating gum disease can play a significant role in taking care of your cardiovascular health. Patients who exhibit severe gum disease are at higher risks… Read more »

What Is Facial Collapse? (And How Dental Implants Help)

There are many consequences to your oral health and quality of life after losing one or more teeth. Many of these consequences aren’t as immediately obvious as the appearance of your smile, though they can eventually prove just as detrimental to your self-confidence. Facial collapse, for instance, is the gradual sinking of your jaw and… Read more »