4 Things You Need To Know About Oral Aspergillosis

Posted on: 14 September 2015
Aspergillus is a type of mold that is widespread in nature. It can be found growing anywhere from inside damp walls to inside starchy foods like baked goods and potatoes. Everyone gets exposed to aspergillus, and for most people, it's not a problem. However, for some people, aspergillus can take hold in the mouth and grow out of control, leading to a fungal infection called oral aspergillosis. Here are four things you need to know about oral aspergillosis.
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Coffee-Stained Teeth: Causes, Prevention Tips, and Treatment Options

Posted on: 21 August 2015
You may need that cup of joe to get your morning started, but it could be discoloring your teeth. Brown, tan, and yellow stains, especially on the front teeth, are often caused by things you drink or eat. Read on to discover why coffee stains your teeth, along with prevention and treatment tips. How Do Coffee Stains Occur? The enamel on your teeth isn't perfectly smooth. It contains microscopic bumps and divots that collect detritus from the coffee you drink.
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Afraid Of White Spots From Braces? 3 Reasons They Are Now Easier To Prevent Than Ever

Posted on: 5 August 2015
If you want to have your teeth straightened and are deciding between your many options in braces today, then you may worry that traditional metal braces will leave you with white spots on your teeth after they are removed. These spots, which are caused by hypomineralization of teeth due to plaque build-up, have always been preventable with good oral hygiene when wearing braces. However, there are three additional reasons why those white spots are quickly becoming a thing of the past.
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Potential Causes For Red Discoloration In The Mouth's Soft Tissues

Posted on: 20 July 2015
Red discoloration in the soft tissues of your mouth can have a variety of causes that range from so minor no treatment is required to a potential sign of oral cancer. So it's important to visit your dentist as soon as possible when a red patch or sore appears on your soft tissue. Here are a few of the potential causes and the treatments dentists can provide. Canker Sores Do you have sores on your soft tissue that have a red discoloration around the rim?
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