Tag: Oral Health Medication
PALMETTO DENTAL ASSOCIATES BLOG
A chipped or missing tooth can not only effect the function of your smile but it can also impact your self-confidence. If you visited a dentist in North Myrtle Beach recently, they may have told you that you can repair your smile with a crown, bridge, or denture. There is another option! Dr. Hortman at Palmetto Dental Associates offers dental implant solutions for the North Myrtle Beach community. Keep reading to learn more about dental implant solutions.
The simple answer is, yes! Your dentist can help you protect against oral cancer during regular dental exams. Next time you go to the dentist, ask him if they screen for oral cancer. Luckily, if you go to Dr. Hortman in Palmetto Dental Associates in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, you have probably already had many oral cancer screenings. This is because screening for oral cancer is an integral part of our routine health exams that occur once per year.
Whether you are taking allergy medicine or antidepressants, the medications you take for your body can affect your oral health. Always check for medication side effects by asking your doctor or pharmacist. They may put your oral health at risk. This does not mean you cannot take the medication, it just means that you should find out how Dr. Hortman can help you prevent negative oral health effects while taking the medication.
There are a lot of reasons why your teeth may become stained. Sometimes, you may think the stains are from the most talked about reason: foods and drinks. But, there are a few other, less known causes, that may be acting on your teeth. Here are a few reasons along with stained teeth tips to keep your teeth white.