5 Nutrients To Support Your Oral Health You know the saying, “You are what you eat”, and what you eat provides your body with what it needs to fight bacteria and infections, at the same time improving its performance, keeping it strong and healthy. Your diet is the main source of your body’s supply of…
Did you know that enamel is the hardest substance in your body? In fact, it is actually harder than steel, but can break much more easily. It is a translucent shell on the outside of your teeth that helps protect teeth from daily wear and tear, but it can still be prone to chips and cracks. Unfortunately, enamel has no living cells and cannot be replaced after it is damaged, which is why it’s important to protect teeth from enamel erosion.
We like to remind patients that they deserve to have a beautiful smile at any age. Whether their teeth have been damaged from an injury, decay or aging, there are ways we can improve their appearance and restore your smile. Read more to find out what we can do for you.
Spring is in the air! This time of year, people are inspired to refresh their wardrobes or spruce up their homes. Our patients can also enjoy a dental treatment that delivers a subtle but impactful change to their smile. It will not only improve the appearance of your teeth, but will give you a confidence boost, as well. Read on to learn more about this transformative procedure.
There are several care options for broken or damaged teeth, but sometimes, a tooth can’t be saved and an extraction needs to be performed. Teeth may also need to be extracted in the case of overcrowding or wisdom tooth removal. While the goal is always to save a patient’s teeth, sometimes the best course of action for long-term dental health requires that a tooth be removed.
We all know how important a healthy diet is for maintaining our physical and even mental health. A diet rich in fruits, vegetables and lean protein is praised for keeping those extra pounds off and giving us sustained energy throughout the day. Did you know that what we eat, and don’t eat for that matter, also has a direct affect on our dental health? Read more to find out how you can make changes to your diet that will improve your dental and overall health.
While cosmetic procedures like Botox and dermal fillers are not traditionally associated with dentists, at Dental Solutions of Mississippi we provide these cosmetic services to complement our patients’ beautiful smiles. Now more mainstream than ever, people recognize that certain aesthetic procedures can subtly erase wrinkles, smooth out laugh lines and give you an overall fresher appearance without making you look like you’ve had work done.
Is there a child in your life who dislikes brushing their teeth? Do you have to remind your child to brush their teeth on a daily basis? February is National Children’s Dental Health Month, and a great time to promote the benefits of good oral health to children, adults, and caregivers. At an early age, dental habits and attitudes about dental care are established. Would you like some tips on how to set your child up for a lifetime of good dental health? Then follow along!
Are you ready to restore the look of your chipped or uneven teeth? Have you tried everything to whiten your teeth, but they still remained discolored? Dental issues like these can be effectively solved using porcelain dental veneers. They are a quick way to improve the look of your teeth and boost your confidence in your smile.
Happy New Year! We hope 2020 is off to a great start for you and your family. We were having some fun with dental trivial and thought we’d share these fun facts with you. You never know when these might come in handy!