Torbram Dental Blog
September 8, 2021
Dentures are the most traditional solution for missing teeth. Although they might not be your real teeth, dentures still require proper care to keep them clean, stain-free, and in their very best shape. Plus, the better you take care of them, the longer you can enjoy your new smile! Are you unsure what proper denture care looks like? Continue reading for a few tips!(more…)
August 24, 2021
Do you have missing teeth? You might be considering getting dentures. They’re one of the most popular replacement methods that can give you a smile you’ll proudly show off. Plus, it will help you look younger and healthier! If you’re interested in moving forward with this option, you may be wondering how long it will take for you to get your new pearly whites. Read on for a breakdown of the process.(more…)
August 10, 2021
Did you know that maintaining good oral health can benefit your child’s academic performance? A recent study discovered that dental problems were significantly associated with reduced school performances and psychosocial well-being. Plus, a report from the Office of the Surgeon General notes that more than 51 million school hours are lost each year to dental-related conditions. So, by encouraging your child to take good care of their teeth, you can set them up for academic success! Here are a few back-to-school tips to help keep their smile as healthy as can be.(more…)
July 2, 2021
Don’t spend another summer hiding your smile because you’re embarrassed by missing teeth. Now is the perfect time to invest in dental implants. Although you might not want to skip a day soaking in the pool or working on your tan, here are 3 reasons to take a day off to visit your dentist for dental implants.
June 28, 2021
Spending some time in the summer sun isn’t just refreshing and relaxing; it can also be highly beneficial to your health. Sunlight offers a variety of benefits, from boosting Vitamin D levels to increasing the release of serotonin in your brain. But what you may not have realized is that the sun helps contribute to healthy gums as well. In this post, you’ll learn how spending some time outdoors during the summer can ultimately help you protect your smile.(more…)
May 1, 2021
It’s common knowledge that mental health conditions have an enormous impact on physical wellbeing. Issues like stress, depression, and anxiety are well known for causing symptoms like headaches, acne breakouts, chest pain, digestive issues, and fatigue. However, many people don’t realize that mental health conditions can also impact your teeth and gums! Read on to discover which oral health problems you may be at a higher risk of because of your mental health, and what you can do about it!(more…)
April 22, 2021
Have you ever celebrated Earth Day on April 22nd? If not, this year can be the one that you make a couple of eco-friendly changes to do your part. You don’t have to make big and expensive alterations to your life by purchasing a bunch of solar panels either; start your changes off small! Read on for a list of four eco-friendly oral hygiene products you could use to reduce plastic waste.(more…)
March 2, 2021
Did you know that National Dentist’s Day takes place on March 6th? It may not be in your calendar already. After all, it may sound like a strange holiday for you to pay attention to or celebrate. However, with a little bit of reflection, you may realize that it is an exciting holiday to be acknowledged. Continue reading to learn more about National Dentist’s Day, why you should be celebrating your dentist, and what you can do.(more…)
February 7, 2021
Did you know February is known for more than just Valentine’s day? Besides tasty candy and beautiful flowers, it is also National Children’s Dental Health Month. Although you might think your child’s oral hygiene habits and routine dental visits are enough, there are a few bad habits that can leave a lasting mark on their smile, like thumb-sucking. Your pediatric dentist has the tips you need to break the habit to nurture a healthy and attractive smile.
February 4, 2021
If you’ve lost all your natural teeth, dentures are the most convenient and popular option to rebuild your smile. Although they are effective, you might notice they don’t fit snuggly as time passes. Your dentures can slip and cause irritation because your jawbone is slowly shrinking since it isn’t being stimulated by tooth roots. While dentures are beneficial, they don’t do anything for jawbone preservation. You don’t need to live with the deterioration. Here’s how implant dentures can replace your missing teeth and keep your jaw strong.