Routine dental check-ups are incredibly important to your overall health. Regular visits (ideally every six months) help keep your teeth and gums looking great, but more importantly, are a time for your dentist to spot any trouble areas … Continued
Taking good care of your teeth is only one part of maintaining your oral health. Gum disease (periodontitis) is a serious gum infection that can leave your mouth feeling sore and even lead to tooth loss if not … Continued
IT’S TRUE THAT EVERY ASPECT OF OUR HEALTH IS AFFECTED TO SOME DEGREE BY OUR GENES. And yes, some people…
FOR BOTH CHILDREN AND ADULTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS, dental care can sometimes be challenging…
WE’RE KEEPING OUR TEETH longer than ever before. But in order to stay in optimal health, we need to be vigilant against potential problems. Certain risks can increase as we age.
Inflammation caused by gum disease could contribute to an increased risk for heart problems.
During dental exams, we screen for precancerous changes in the oral tissues, perform a head and neck exam and help detect cancer at a stage when it can be more successfully treated.
Tips to keep that healthy smile – and your natural teeth! from Dr.Berdj Kiladjian Discoloring: Plaque is an invisible layer of bacteria that forms on our teeth, and can trap stains at any age. But as we get older, plaque … Continued
The link between the control of diabetes and your oral health. Gum disease, also called periodontal disease, is the leading cause of adult tooth loss. Its links to heart disease and stroke have been well-publicized. But did you know it’s … Continued
WE ALWAYS DO EVERYTHING WE CAN TO SAVE TEETH. However, when other alternatives are not an option—for whatever reason(s)—full or partial dentures can be a great solution for your comfort, optimal health, and appearance. Fortunately, here at Comfort Dental Care of … Continued