Gahanna Dental Blog
- Wisdom Teeth: Why Do We Have Them?
- 6 Tips for Preventing Gum Disease
- 5 Tips for Getting Used to Dentures
- Dental Implant Frequently Asked Questions
- Look Younger with Dental Implants
- How Invisalign Compares to Traditional Braces
- The Benefits of Regular Dental Visits
- Three Signs You Need Dental Implants
- The Benefits of Porcelain Veneers
- Can Brushing Your Teeth Ward Off Heart Disease?
- Avoiding Time in the Dentist Chair
Wisdom Teeth: Why Do We Have Them?
When dentists see emerging wisdom teeth are going to cause dental problems, wisdom tooth removal is likely in the cards.
Wisdom teeth - also known as the third molars - received their nickname because they emerge during young adulthood, when a person has a little more wisdom. But why ...
6 Tips for Preventing Gum Disease
As more and more research about gum disease is surfacing, the need for prevention is more urgent than ever. Gum disease is when your gum tissue and surrounding bones become infected. Gingivitis is a type of gum disease that only affects the gums. ...
5 Tips for Getting Used to Dentures
For many of our patients at Pure Dental, the transition between having natural teeth and wearing dentures can take some getting used to. To help you out, your Gahanna dental hygienist has put together a convenient list of our top 5 oral care tips for getting past the awkward phase so that you can enjoy all the ...
Dental Implant Frequently Asked Questions
Many people have questions about dental implants. Am I a good candidate? Is it painful? What are the costs? The following information on dental implants will help you answer some of these questions.
What are dental implants?
Look Younger with Dental Implants
Who doesn't want to look younger — or better? Some people, surprisingly, may shy away from improving their appearance. In a world obsessed with looks, sometimes it is thought to be superficial to even consider cosmetic and beautification programs. You may feel the same way about altering your teeth. When your dentist installs dental implant...
How Invisalign Compares to Traditional Braces
At first glance, Invisalign and traditional metal braces seem similar — for the same cost, they both provide you with a stunning smile. However, a closer inspection reveals several key differences that most dentists would call significant benefits.
Unlike braces, Invisalign allows you to eat all of the same fo...
The Benefits of Regular Dental Visits
Visiting your dentist regularly and having your teeth professionally cleaned makes a drastic difference in your overall health. A clean mouth not only reduces cavities, but also can greatly improve the health of your entire body. Healthy teeth allow you to eat the food you need, while also reducing the amount of harmful bacteria you swallow.
Three Signs You Need Dental Implants
Anyone missing a tooth or several teeth is a strong candidate for dental implants, which can offer a permanent solution to the problems of tooth decay and missing teeth — as well as provide structural support for the entire mouth. Most importantly — you will be able to chew your food normally, regai...
The Benefits of Porcelain Veneers
Most of us consider smiling, talking and eating to be simple tasks. However, when you have missing, cracked or gapped teeth, these simple everyday things become embarrassing, frustrating and burdensome. Thankfully, modern cosmetic dentistry can help. Porcelain Veneers provide you with an effective option for rejuvenating your smile and ...
Can Brushing Your Teeth Ward Off Heart Disease?
We all know what to do — and what not to do — to prevent heart disease. Don't overeat salty or fatty foods. Get exercise and rest. Eat your vegetables. Take medications to prevent worsening of an existing condition.
In addition, your dentist will tell you that heart disease can also be managed if you remember one very important part of...
Avoiding Time in the Dentist Chair
There are many people who don't like the dentist and yet, take such little care of their oral health that they end up having to make frequent trips to the dentist to repair damage to their teeth.
So the very thing they fear becomes something that is now part of their life — for a very long time. Since teeth ...