Most kids lose their first baby tooth between the ages of four and seven, depending on whether their baby teeth came in early or late. If your child still has all of their baby teeth at seven, it's reasonable for you to be concerned. Many medical conditions can be the cause of your child's retained baby teeth, and one of the most alarming is oligodontia. Here's what you need to know about it.
You might think that your dental implant surgery was a success; however, there may a time bomb just waiting to explode. Peri-implantitis is prevalent in about 16% of all cases of dental implant installation. It is better defined as inflammation of the tissues surrounding the dental implants that will result in gradual, progressive bone loss. Ultimately, peri-implantitis will cause dental implant failure and can only be corrected with surgery. Be On The Lookout For The Precursor — Peri-Implant Mucositis
After you get dental crowns, you might be thrilled with the perfect, streamlined appearance of your new tooth. Unfortunately, everyone is different, and some people experience complications with their dental work. Here are three signs that you are having problems with your new dental crown, and how your dentist can make things right: 1: You Feel Like You Are Having An Allergic Reaction If you have had dental work before, then you are probably familiar with the numb feeling that normally accompanies dental visits.
While running is generally good for your body, it can be very hard on your feet. According to the American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine, every time your feet hit the ground, they do so with a force equal to between three and four times your body's weight. Unfortunately, this type of force can put a lot of stress on the bones of your feet. So if you are a runner, you've probably encountered days when your feet have ached after exercise.
Whether you're dealing with the after-effects of an ear injury or disease, worked in a noisy environment without proper protection, endured too many loud concerts over the years, or simply suffer from age-related hearing loss, hearing aids could prove just what the doctor (or audiologist) ordered. These small pieces of high-tech gear can help you enjoy life more fully -- but it helps to know what you're getting into. Here are four things you should understand before you buy hearing aids.