A Guide to Keeping Track of Clear Braces in Middle School
12 August 2015
Getting any type of orthodontic treatment is a huge responsibility. For middle school children, extra responsibility is added when removable clear braces are chosen. During the school day, children will typically remove these braces to eat lunch, eat snacks, or give oral presentations to a class.
Staying organized is important and this is why children should go out of their way to keep track of the braces. Losing the clear braces can result in replacement costs and delays in tooth correction, but the process is easily preventable.
Understanding Two Baby Tooth Eruption Issues
27 July 2015
If you have recently had a baby, then the health of your child is likely very important to you. In fact, the early actions you take as a parent can affect your child through adulthood. This is especially true when it comes to the teeth, because good care of the baby teeth is needed so adult teeth can come in strong and healthy.
You may see some issues with the way the baby teeth come in, so keep a close eye on your baby and seek out dental care if you see any abnormalities.
5 Jaw Exercises To Help Ease Nerves Before The Dentist
13 July 2015
Just the thought of going to the dentist can result in a clenched jaw. Instead of arriving at your dentist appointment stressed, you can take preventative measures to ensure that you are relaxed as possible. By focusing directly on your jaw, you have the ability to stretch muscles and keep an open mouth for when your dentist goes in for an exam. The following five jaw exercises are not just great for the dentist, but they can become a part of your daily routine to add strength and flexibility.
4 Things You Need To Know About Leukemia And Gum Disease
24 June 2015
Leukemia is a type of bone marrow cancer. People with leukemia have high numbers of white blood cells in their bodies, but these cells are abnormal and not fully developed. This suppresses the function of your immune system, which means that you may get sick more frequently. While coughs and colds are no surprise, leukemia can also increase your risk of a more surprising medical problem: gum disease. Here are four things you need to know about leukemia and gum disease.