Dentist

Updated: 1/15/2020 When it comes to your dental care, you want to find a dentist you can trust. Someone who will take care of your teeth, be upfront and honest…

Colgate Toothpaste Product Review

Updated: 1/16/2020 Deciding on dental health products can be tricky. There are so many options to choose from and walking down that aisle can be overwhelming! In this post, we…

Updated: 1/16/2020 How often do you notice your tongue? You use it everyday – to speak and to eat – but are you taking care of it? Without proper dental…

Updated: 1/17/2020 We often don’t think about brushing our teeth until we actually need to do so. That, however, can actually be harmful to your oral health. Your mouth has…

dentures

If you’ve ever lost a tooth, you know that there is a lot to think about when it comes to getting it replaced. What is the best option for replacement?…

dental fear

Updated: 1/17/2020 Dental Fear affects around 20% of the population. Few of us relish the chance to go to the dentist and spend our time and money but for many…

Gum pain can not only be uncomfortable, but it can be worrisome. However, having red and tender gums isn’t necessarily a sign that you have major dental problems—in fact, it’s pretty common. Many things can cause gum inflammation, even something as simple as changing your toothpaste. 

Before you panic, there are some things you can try at home to find relief and get your gum health back to normal. In this guide, we’ll go over the potential causes of gum inflammation and how to treat swollen gums, so you can start feeling better. Read this post from start to finish for a complete overview of gum irritation and gum swelling treatment options. Otherwise, you can use the links below to find the section that best answers your question. 

toothpaste

Updated: 1/21/2020 Who has better dental health — men or women? Do dental hygiene habits differ between genders? We have tapped into the data provided by the Centers for Disease…

Wisdom Teeth Controversy

Updated: 1/21/2020 Despite their high salaries, gender pay gap among male and female dentists and physicians still exists in the U.S. today. “From doctors and dentists to managers and scientists,…