Dental One Associates of Cross Keys Blog – Affordable Dental Care
Good dental care doesn’t have to hard, as long as you follow these easy steps for keeping your smile healthy.
Your daily dental care habits may seem inconsequential, but they directly affect your dental health. If you’re rushing through your brushing or flossing routine, eating sugary or starchy snacks, or using your teeth to open plastic bottle caps, you increase your risk of developing serious problems over time. Bad dental hygiene and unhealthy habits can lead to bad breath, swollen […]
Wisdom teeth typically make their debut when you’re between 17 and 25 years of age. Some call this the age of wisdom, but your new teeth won’t improve your grades. You probably have four wisdom teeth, but some people have more. The American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons claims that about 90 percent of people have wisdom teeth that […]
When your child becomes a toddler, the fun of exploring the environment can turn to pain when a dental injury or trauma occurs. The same can happen when the first sports-related dental accident of adolescence takes place. Dental emergencies can be alarming for you and your child, but the chances of experiencing one are high. Before you panic, remember that […]
Your wisdom teeth don’t appear until your late teens or early twenties, but when they do, they can cause all kinds of trouble. Located in the back corners of your mouth, wisdom teeth, or third molars, may grow in sideways and crowd your other teeth. Many people have impacted wisdom teeth, which means they are trapped inside the jaw and […]
Braces are a great way to get a truly beautiful smile. What is even better is that the treatment period for wearing braces is typically not too long. However, braces do require a certain amount of specialized dental care to produce fantastic results. The following information can help you continue the lifestyle you love while wearing your braces.
Gum disease, also called periodontal disease, is an aggressive condition that can lead to rapid decline of oral health, including tooth loss. It is the leading cause of tooth loss among American adults. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 47 percent of American adults over the age of 30 are affected by some form […]
It is estimated that 90 percent of adults will experience at least one incident of tooth decay between the ages of 20 and 64. That leaves a very small percentage of individuals who properly care for their teeth, considering that cavities can be easily prevented. Even more disconcerting is that poor dental care can lead to greater health issues, such […]