Maintaining good oral health is crucial to overall health, and regular dental check-ups, fluoride treatment, and oral cancer screening can help you achieve this. Also, managing stress, eating a healthy diet, and practicing good oral hygiene can protect your teeth and gums and maintain overall health.
Now, you might wonder, “ why is flossing so important?” and “can I floss using the traditional floss, or are there other options available?” - good questions, indeed. In this article, Dr. Gonzalez at Tatum Point Dentistry explains the importance of flossing and helps us understand the difference between traditional and water flossing.
At the Tatum Point Dentistry team, we had a blast dressing up as a Dia De Los Muertos Mariachi Band for Halloween this year. With strong connections to Mexican heritage at our office, Dr. Gonzalez wanted to make sure we connected with the Mexican holiday, Dia De Los Muertos, which also happens this time of year.
tooth extraction can be followed by a severe and irritating condition, known as a dry socket. A dry socket, medically known as alveolar osteitis, is an excruciating gum disease in which a blood clot is improperly formed at the extraction site. As time passes, and we neglect it, this blood clot is either not developed properly or gets dissolves or dislodged after the extraction of a tooth.
Dental implants are state of art in tooth replacement. 98 percent of success rate makes dental implant is the best option to replace your missing teeth. Dental implants are the most advanced way of replacement of missing teeth and are highly recommended as the best long-term tooth replacement option. A dental implant involves a primary surgical procedure in which a dental fixture is placed into the jawbone and allowed to adhere with the jawbone over a period of a few months.