How To Care for Dentures

So, you got some new dentures. Great choice! Dentures are a great way to fill in your smile. Whether you have partial dentures or full dentures, your new oral hygiene routine can be an adjustment. Remember these tips as you care for your dentures. First: Don’t allow your dentures to dry out. They need to be in your mouth, in... read more »

Medication and Your Smile

Some medications can have a bad effect on your oral health. That’s why it’s imperative to tell Dr. Julio Maya about both over the counter and prescription medicine you take regularly. It’s also useful to have a basic understanding of the possible side effects you might see in your mouth. Here’s a list of the known side effects of various... read more »

Denture Adhesive Can Help Block Out Food Particles

A complete or partial denture is designed to replace your missing or previously compromised teeth. While they are custom designed to match the unique shape of your existing oral structure, many denture wearers appreciate denture adhesive for the added hold it provides. At the same time a thin bead also helps prevent food particles from invading the base of the... read more »

Prepare Your Oral Health for the Fall Season by Doing These Things

Dr. Julio Maya and our dental team want you to have the best oral health and smile this fall, which is why we are happy to give you the tips you need to carry through this upcoming season. Tip No. 1: Clean your teeth and gums. This means you need to call Today's Dentistry and schedule an appointment, which should... read more »

A Dental Bridge Can Be Used to Replace an Extracted Tooth

Tooth extraction might be necessary to prevent a severely damaged or decayed tooth from causing more significant complications. This is even more likely to be the case if a dangerous dental abscess has developed in the underlying gums. Once your periodontal tissues have fully healed the dental restoration specialists at Today's Dentistry can help you understand your options for replacing... read more »

Teeth Grinding 101

Bruxism, also known as teeth grinding, is the result of damage after continuous grating of the teeth. Some causes may include an abnormal bite, missing teeth, sleep disorders, or it may be the cause of anxiety or stress. Teeth, jaw muscles and the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) can all be affected from grinding on a regular basis. Here at Today's Dentistry,... read more »

Welcome to Our New Blog!

Here at Today's Dentistry, we endeavor to use our new blog as a regular means for publishing valuable content for our community through monthly blog posts. Thanks to the wonders of the Internet, we’re able to further explore some of the most important topics pertaining to our industry and area of expertise here on our website through these articles. Each... read more »