Denture Repair: Home Remedies and More

What Can an Emergency Dentist Do for a Knocked out Tooth?

A knocked-out tooth cannot stay outside its socket for very long before it dies. This is why knocked out (avulsed) teeth are a dental emergency and require immediate attention within an hour. If you can't get a tooth back into its socket within an hour, there is a good chance that the tooth and its nerves may die. You'll then have no chance to save the tooth. So if you have knocked out a tooth, put the tooth back into its socket if you can. Read More 

Tips on Choosing a Toothbrush

If you want to take the best care of your teeth, you will need a good toothbrush. However, choosing a toothbrush may seem like a difficult task. You have so many options on the market. Plus, if you have special dental issues, you may need specialised toothbrushes. Keep reading to learn more about choosing a toothbrush to enhance your dental health. What are the basics of toothbrush selection? When you choose your toothbrush, take into account three basic things. Read More 

Tips for Maintaining Good Gum Health

An apple a day keeps the doctor away, but what about the periodontist? After all, it's just as important to focus on your gums as any other aspect of your health, and simply expecting them to take care of themselves is not enough. Here are a couple of things you can do to keep your gums and your dentist or periodontic specialist happy. Brush Twice Daily Brushing is not just for the good of your teeth. Read More 

3 Reasons to Consider Cosmetic Dentistry

If you have always been more or less happy with the way your smile looks, you might never have considered going to a cosmetic dentist. However, there are several procedures in cosmetic dentistry that can benefit a huge range of people. Take a look at this list and see whether you could benefit from improving your smile. 1. Whiter Teeth Even if your teeth are clean, it is likely that they have some dental staining that stops them from looking perfectly white. Read More 

When the Roots of Your Teeth Fuse Together, Is It a Problem?

Your teeth work in conjunction with each other, and yet exist independently — each has its own crown and root system. That crown is covered with protective dental enamel, but in the subgingival region (the part of your tooth beneath the gum line), your tooth and its root are protected by cementum. This serves a similar purpose to enamel, although its composition is slightly different. Sometimes, the abnormal development of your cementum can prevent your teeth from truly existing independently. Read More 

About Me

Denture Repair: Home Remedies and More

Unfortunately, even the best dentures can face troubles. My name is Ella, and as a denture wearer for over a decade, I have faced almost every denture issue in the book. Along the way, I've learned tons of tips and tricks on how to repair them at home and how to diagnose issues on your own. I've also learned when it's important to call the dentist for professional assistance. In this blog, we're going to explore all of it – home remedies on cleaning dentures, fixing them, storing them and more. Take my experience and let it guide you through your denture-wearing journey. Thanks for reading! Take care, Ella.