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Protecting Your Tooth Enamel to Protect Your Teeth

Your teeth have an outer layer called the enamel. Tooth enamel is what protects teeth from decay. Over time, enamel can wear down and make your pearly whites vulnerable to damage. Your Birmingham dental team can help you keep your teeth strong for a beautiful smile....

Mouthguards and Information for Parents

Dr. Roberson says that children who engage in high-risk sports and rigorous activities should wear mouthguards to protect themselves against dental emergencies. Parents should consider a mouthguard as an essential part of protective equipment for their child. Reasons...

What to do about a Cracked Tooth

While a cracked tooth may sound like a very obvious, hard-to-miss problem, this dental issue can actually be tough to spot. Oftentimes, a crack in a tooth is not visible with the naked eye. And sometimes, a hairline crack cannot even be seen in an x-ray. Keep reading...

What is gingivitis?

Gingivitis is a relatively common condition that refers to the inflammation of the gums. It is usually caused by a buildup of plaque on and around the teeth, but it may also be caused by malnutrition, allergies, or injuries to the gums. It is considered to be a...

Avoid Bad Breath By Brushing Your Tongue

Importance of Brushing Your Tongue Everyone knows how important it is to brush your teeth and gums as part of good dental hygiene. Did you know that brushing your tongue daily is equally important? The surface of your tongue provides the perfect environment for...

Oral Thrush and How You Can Prevent It

Oral thrush is a yeast infection that occurs on the inside of the mouth. It is characterized by white plaques or lesions that look like cottage cheese appearing on the tongue and the inside of the cheeks, and can occasionally spread to the throat. How can you prevent...

The Link Between Dental Health and Pneumonia

Your regular appointments with your Birmingham dentist can do more than just improve your dental health. Studies have shown that they may also prevent pneumonia and other respiratory ailments. Some of this might be chalked up to your dentist finding signs of health...

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