A lot of us were raised with the notion that tooth loss comes with maturity. “We’ll keep our teeth,” goes the thinking, “until they ‘wear out.’ Then it’s time for a denture.” The fact is, dentures are not a substitute for teeth. Dentures are a substitute for a condition known as no teeth at all.
Your dry mouth problem is common–the lack of adequate saliva is more than bothersome for three out of every 10 Americans. When the natural flow of saliva is reduced, you can experience trouble swallowing, pain throughout oral tissues and, nearly always, a short-cut to dental caries and gum disease. The tongue sticks, food doesn’t taste
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Hi and Welcome to the new William Carroll DDS Blog. In this space we will be discussing health issues as they relate to dental care. We will be looking at the systemic link between oral disease and overall health. We will discuss dental issues and different treatment options and we will answer questions relating to
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Mar 20, 2015
Fluoride, often called ‘Nature’s Cavity Fighter’ is a naturally occurring mineral present in all water on the planet including oceans. The actual element is called fluorine and is abundant throughout nature. Fluoride, however, exists only in combination with other elements as a fluoride compound. The advent of adding this compound to our drinking water has...