Your skin is a living organ that is always regenerating itself. Caring for it right will improve its elasticity and make it shine. Here are a few different options to keep your skin healthy during these winter months and some ways to keep your skin looking and feeling great.
There are two different bothersome skin types that can only be described as oily and dry. Individuals with normal skin tend to go back and forth between these types. You can also have sensitive skin. Often people with sensitive skin have issues with facial products that contain chemicals. Continue reading “How to Care for Your Skin in the Winter”→
Almost everyone has a first aid kit in their home. Often they have one in their car as well so they are prepared for emergencies while they are out and about. You may want to consider putting together your own emergency dental kit to provide help with any dental trauma situation that you may come along. The things inside can help in the event of a toothache, loose crown, or broken and knocked out teeth when you do not have access to a dental office immediately. Here are some things that you should put together to keep as a dental emergency kit. Continue reading “How to Make An Emergency Dental Kit”→
Dental emergencies can happen any time and in any place. You can only hope that you are close to a dental office when something happens, and that it is open. It is important to know how to handle a tooth trauma situation so that when one such case presents itself, you are prepared. Here is some information about how you can handle someone losing a permanent tooth. Continue reading “How to Handle Tooth Trauma”→
If you have a dentist appointment in your near future, you may be wondering what you should ask your dentist during the visit. These questions will likely have to do with issues that you are having or information that you do not know about your mouth. Here some questions and the answers to things that you could ask your dentist.
New Methods in Preventing Tooth Decay
Be sure to ask your dentist if there are any new methods to prevent and treat tooth decay. There are several new treatments in the development stages. There is an experimental technique using fluorescent lights to detect developing cavities long before traditional means can detect them. There is also a feeling technique being researched that helps prevent further tooth decay by releasing fluoride slowly over time around you’re filling and on adjacent teeth. Continue reading “Common Dental Questions”→
If you have never had a cavity, you may be clueless as to how the dentist actually treats this problem. By understanding exactly what a cavity is and how your dentist is going to resolve the issue, you can be prepared for the experience. Here is the information that you need to know so you know exactly what to expect if during your next dental office visit a cavity is found. Continue reading “How Does the dentist Treat a Cavity”→
TMJ, or the temporomandibular joint, is like a sliding hinge that connects your jaw bone to the rest of your body. Temporomandibular joint disorders can cause a lot of pain in your jaw joint and in the muscles controlling your jaw’s movements. Here is some information about the temporomandibular joint you should know if you’re having any problems. Continue reading “What is TMJ?”→
There are many ways to prevent and cover up bad breath. It is important to know what is causing your bad breath to know what will work best in your situation. There are a variety of things that can be causing it that should be fixed in order to stop bad breath from returning. Here are some causes of bad breath and ways that you can prevent it from returning in the future. Continue reading “How to Prevent Bad Breath”→
His Excellency, the Governor General in Council, by the recommendation of the Minister of Health, pursuant to the Food and Drug Act, brought forth what was meant to be an answer to a common problem. Medical devices that were sold in Canada needed to be researched and regulated for the safety of the users. Regulations got passed that apply that the sale and advertising of medical devices, and the importation of medical devices. The rules also apply to in vitro diagnostic tools or products, as if the product were an in vitro diagnostic device themselves. Food and Drug Regulations, Controlled Drugs and Substances Act, and the Narcotic Control Regulations all state pretty clearly that you are to stay away from illegal and non-prescribed drugs. Continue reading “Medical Device Regulations in Canada”→