If you have dentures, or you have struggled with chronic bad breath in the past, cleaning your tongue as part of your daily oral hygiene routine can benefit your oral health. Your tongue has a lot of rough surfaces that can harbor bacteria, which might make it easier for plaque to form in your mouth. After removing your dentures and... read more »
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If you have multiple teeth in one spot in your mouth that have been lost or compromised due to advanced gum disease, fractures or severe tooth decay, it can have a serious impact on your quality of life. While the loss of function certainly impedes your ability to chew food, it can also cause you to slur your speech and... read more »
Poor oral hygiene from inadequate oral care promotes tooth decay and increases your chances of developing periodontal disease. There are several key considerations in a truly effective oral hygiene routine. This extends to the quality of oral hygiene products you use, frequency of brushing, the effectiveness of your flossing technique, and attending your regular dental checkups with Dr. Moumen Almouzayn.... read more »
It’s not uncommon for strong foods and pungent beverages to cause bad breath. Even if you enjoy these things on a regular basis you can still clean your mouth and refresh your breath by brushing, flossing and a vigorous rinse of antiseptic mouthwash. Halitosis, more commonly thought of as chronic bad breath, can be a different matter altogether. The odor... read more »
The Invisalign brand of aligners are popular with many adults that are interested in realigning their smile. The clear, durable plastic makes it hard for the casual observer to even notice you are wearing them. To effectively realign your teeth, you will need to wear Invisalign for 20 to 22 hours per day. After two weeks you will switch to... read more »
Dr. Moumen Almouzayn and our Madison Dental Spa dental team care about you and your smile, which is why we ask you to consider the use of a dental crown if you need a strong, beneficial, and reliable dental restoration. Our team believes that this tooth cap can be a great option for your smile because: It can fix many... read more »