5800 Stanford Ranch Rd #900,
Rocklin, CA 95765
Posted by James Robison Apr 25,2018
You can overcome significant tooth loss when you receive full dentures at Rocklin Dental. These appliances are shaped to grip the natural gum structure to remain securely in your smile. However, as the bone structure undergoes a condition called oral atrophy that causes it to change, the fit of your dentures can become looser. You can help your dentures remain secure and last longer by applying denture adhesive each time you place the appliance in your smile.
The purpose of denture adhesive is to help your dentures maintain their grip so that they can remain securely attached to your gums. The adhesive also helps to provide a seal so that the dentures don’t build up food particles between the base and the gums. You can carry denture adhesive wherever you go so you can apply it again as needed and make sure your dentures always fit well.
Before bed, take out your dentures and scrub off the residual adhesive, and then place your appliance in a solution to soak while you sleep. Dentures that have a clean base can better accommodate the denture adhesive the following day.
You are welcome to contact Dr. James M. Robison and our team at 916-663-5555 today to arrange a consultation with our dentist and discuss your dentures in Rocklin, California.
Many dental patients automatically tense up when they hear the words “root canal.” Those words may conjure up visions of a painful, long procedure. However, root canals have proved to be extremely useful in saving teeth. The pulp of your tooth is very important. The pulp, which is located in the root of your tooth contains the blood vessels and nerves that keep your tooth healthy. However, even without the pulp, the structure of your tooth can remain viable. Teeth that in the past would have required extractions can now be saved through root canals. If the pulp of your tooth becomes infected because of a damage or tooth decay, it needs to be removed before it spreads to your jaw, and in some cases other parts of your body. When the infection does spread it becomes an abscess. Besides being unhealthy, it can be extraordinarily painful. To solve this problem, your dentist will access the pulp with a small drill, and remove it from the root chamber. Afterward, he will thoroughly rinse the chamber with an antiseptic to neutralize any bacteria. The dentist may have to enlarge the tooth chamber so that he can insert a material called gutta percha, which will take the place of the pulp. When this is complete, the dentist will seal the tooth and set an appointment with you to check your progress, and to discuss placing a crown on the tooth. You may also have a prescription for a pain reliever or an antibiotic. You should take all prescribed medication as directed by the dentist. If you have persistent pain, or if you experience nausea, vomiting, sweating, shaking or a fever, you should contact the dentist right away. If you have a tooth that has been giving you trouble, you should contact Dr. James M. Robison right away; don’t wait until you are in severe pain, or your jaw is swollen. If you live in the Rocklin, California area, you can make an appointment at Rocklin Dental by calling 916-663-5555.
How well would you say your oral hygiene is progressing? If you’re suffering from foul odors that are emanating from your mouth, you could be under the thralls of a condition known as halitosis. Halitosis, also commonly referred to as bad breath, is an oral health condition in which foul odors often caused by bacteria in your mouth begin to appear. However, not all signs of bad breath originate from your mouth. In several instances, halitosis may actually be a condition linked to issues deep within your body. Even though it can manifest or become present due to bad breath, it is actually something entirely separate from your mouth altogether. Liver and kidney problems, as well as respiratory tract infections, are all known to produce bad breath at times. Because of this, you will continue to suffer bad breath until the underlying conditions are properly treated. If you ever find yourself eating products such as garlic or onions or drinking coffee, you may often think you are suffering from bad breath because breath offending foods and drinks can often affect the air you exhale. However, simple treatments such as mouthwash can alleviate the symptoms. Sometimes, bad breath can be caused by underlying oral health ailments within your mouth such as gum disease or toothaches. If your bad breath continues to return, visit your dentist to determine if an underlying ailment is the cause. Other common causes of bad breath include unclean dentures, habits such as smoking or chewing tobacco, dry mouth, or excessive plaque buildup. For more information concerning halitosis or to schedule an appointment with Drs. Jerard and Kelly Wilson and the rest of our team, please contact us at our dentist office in Rocklin, California, by calling 916-663-5555. Rocklin Dental wants to help you with all of your oral health care needs.
If you seek to keep your smile strong and healthy, avoid the risks that come with poor oral hygiene. Simple tips such as visiting your dentist regularly and cleaning your teeth and gums on a daily basis is essential for optimum oral health care. If left unchecked, poor cleaning habits can lead to tooth decay. Tooth decay is an oral health condition which results from the breakdown of your tooth enamel. Your tooth enamel is a very strong layer atop your teeth that prevents any damage to the inner parts of your tooth. However, it can be damaged. Apart from oral accidents and injuries that can crack and split teeth open, tooth enamel can be damaged due to microscopic bacteria and harmful acids capable of causing dental erosion. To avoid the effects of dental erosion and tooth decay, plaque must not be allowed to develop. Plaque is a thin layer of bacteria on your teeth that can convert sugars into harmful acids capable of causing tooth decay. Keeping your mouth clean daily is essential to avoid plaque buildup. Furthermore, visiting your dentist for professional cleanings and daily checkups can ensure that plaque will not be allowed to survive and thrive within your mouth. Our team at Rocklin Dental focuses on a variety of oral health care treatments to suit all your dentistry needs. If you would like an oral exam from Dr. James M. Robison, please book an appointment to come see us at our dentist office in Rocklin, California. We can be reached at 916-663-5555. The time is now to approach the rest of your life with a smile!
Would you like to improve your oral health with a tooth replacement therapy? If you have lost a tooth, or are scheduled for a tooth extraction soon, it is crucial to have a replacement set in your mouth as soon as possible. Leaving an empty gap in your mouth can cause various oral health issues including bacteria buildup and lead to potential movement and slippage of other teeth. Replacing your missing teeth doesn’t have to be a difficult talk, but there are a few options you need to think about, including dental implants, dental bridges, and dentures. Dental implants are customizable tooth-like restoration treatments capable of replacing missing teeth with a permanent hold that bonds directly to your jawbone. They are designed for comfort and extreme durability, with a single implant capable of lasting a lifetime of heavy use. If your jawbone is not strong enough for implants, bone grafting treatments need to be implemented, or dental bridges can be used as alternative treatments. Dental bridges are customizable tooth-like restoration treatments capable of replacing missing teeth with a permanent hold that connects directly to nearby and neighboring teeth and implants. They are designed for comfort and durability and can last many years, including up to a lifetime of wear and tear. If you would rather have a temporary replacement, dentures are a good choice. Dentures are customizable tooth-like restoration treatments capable of replacing missing teeth with a temporary set of teeth, as little as a single tooth, that bonds directly to the gums in your mouth. They are designed for comfort and can be removed nightly for easy cleaning. For any additional questions or concerns about tooth replacement treatments, Rocklin Dental is here to help you with all your oral health needs. For a complete diagnosis from Dr. James M. Robison and our team at our dentist office in Rocklin, California, you can schedule an appointment by calling us at 916-663-5555. Let us get you started on the road to a brighter, whiter smile!
Electric toothbrushes are handy tools that can help you properly and effectively clean your teeth and gums, which helps you have a strong and healthy smile. However, if you’re trying to decide between an electric and manual toothbrush, then remember that your preference is all that matters. Both oral hygiene tools can successfully clean your smile. To help you know a little more about electric toothbrushes in Rocklin, California, Dr. James M. Robison has some helpful information to share with you. Electric toothbrushes are very easy to operate. In fact, they are so easy that people with arthritis and physical disabilities can properly clean their smile regularly. They are also easy to use if you are elderly, have misaligned teeth, or have braces or another orthodontic appliance in your mouth. The brush can help you keep your smile in the best condition possible. Electric toothbrushes can also be fun to use. In fact, many people enjoy using electric brushes so much that they are more motivated to clean their smile more often and even longer. So, if you think brushing with an electric brush would be fun for you, our dental team encourages you to use that brush. To learn more about electric toothbrushes in Rocklin, California, please call Rocklin Dental at 916-663-5555 at your earliest convenience. Our dental team will be happy to teach you all we know about oral hygiene and the tools needed for a healthy smile. We look forward to your phone call!
5800 Stanford Ranch Rd #900,
Rocklin, CA 95765
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