How To Know If You Have Cavities

Table of Contents Self-Diagnosis For A CavityShould You Self-Diagnose?How Do Dentists Tell If You Have A Cavity?Conclusion Cavities are areas in the hard portions on the surface of your tooth that have developed into tiny holes or openings.  If the cavity has been...

How Long Can a Dead Tooth Stay In Your Mouth

A tooth is deemed dead or “non-vital” when blood no longer flows to it. This usually is the result of trauma or tooth decay. Having a dying or dead tooth remain for too long in the mouth can lead to serious health concerns. This makes it important to treat a dead or...

Homemade Temporary Tooth Filling – How To Guide

When faced with a dental problem or emergency, you should ideally visit a dentist before trying anything. However, that dormant cavity may decide to become active at the most awkward time when you can’t access a dentist immediately. Or perhaps the previous filling has...

Mouth Guard for Teeth Grinding

When it comes to teeth grinding, mouth guard manufacturers claim that they are very effective in protecting your teeth against excessive wear. Most of these products don’t make bold claims that they actually help people stop grinding their teeth. But, the use of top...

Why Your Teeth Hurt After Wearing a Night Guard

Your dentist could have recommended using a dental guard because you clench or grind your teeth. Also known a sleep bruxism, the habit has been cited by dental experts as a major cause of worn, broken or cracked teeth.  Although teeth grinding mostly occurs at night...