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Gum Disease Detroit- Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

The mouth is an interesting thing. Many people consider it the gateway to our overall health. When you think about it…what’s in your mouth may travel down to other parts of the body, causing health complications or problems. An example of this is the link between periodontal disease and heart disease. Much scientific evidence supports the…

Make Flossing a Habit- Tips From Birmingham MI Periodontist

Flossing teeth properly is helpful for maintaining a healthy and beautiful smile. It helps to remove plaque and food particles in places where a toothbrush cannot easily reach. Because excessive plaque build-up and bacteria in the mouth can lead to gum disease, it is important to floss your teeth every day! The proper flossing technique involves…

Gum Disease: Risk Factors and Treatment in Michigan

Statistics show that about 75% of adult Americans have some form of gum disease yet a significantly know they have it or have any knowledge of the disease at all. While about 30% of people develop periodontal disease due to genetics, other factors make people more susceptible to periodontal disease as well. Below is a…

Replace Missing Teeth With Affordable Dental Implants in Michigan

Missing teeth can have negative impacts on your oral health and your appearance. The first thing people often report about have one or multiple missing teeth is that they experience a decline in self-confidence. When a tooth is missing, people feel ashamed and often try to avoid laughing, smiling, struggling to hide their teeth from…

Make Health Your New Year’s Resolution!

I bet this scenario sounds familiar. It’s December 31st and you vow to make this next year your healthiest year yet. You plan to cut out sugar, hit the gym five times per week, and cut down on coffee. Roll around to the morning of January 15, just a couple weeks later and you’re sipping a latte,…

Oral Fitness…Important for Overall Wellness

Medical researchers are finding more and more links between poor oral health and systemic problems such as heart attack, stroke, rheumatoid arthritis, cancer, low birth-weight babies, and birthing complications. About 70 percent of the U.S. population has some form of gum disease, whether they know it or not and an even larger portion of Americans over…

Dental Laser Therapy Performed by Detroit Dentist

When people are told that they need gum disease treatment, many of them put it off simply because they are scared of the procedure. Just the act of going to the dentist is enough to give some people nightmares for weeks; let alone having an actual surgical procedure done! Gum disease treatment is typically need…

The Dental Dangers of Nail Biting!

Nail biting…bad for the nails and the TEETH. Very commom among children and teenagers, nail biters often grow out of the habbit before adulthood. In recent economic hardship, the number of adults who are nailbiters has increased. Believe it or not, nail biting can actually cause physical harm to the teeth and gums! Often a…

Dental Implant Options in Bloomfield Hills MI

When somebody begins to lose their teeth, it can be difficult on somebody both mentally and physically. Because teeth are such a vital part of our health and well-being, it is important to replace them if they are missing. If you’ve lost teeth, there’s a good chance that by now you’ve heard of dental implants…

Are Dental Implants the Best Option for Michigan Patients?

Even with meticulous oral hygiene, people may still lose their teeth. As we age, we tend to produce less saliva which makes it more difficult to keep our mouths clean. When bacteria enter our mouth, we are at greater risk for infection and gum disease. Gum disease may cause teeth to become decayed, loose, or…

Dental Implants for Pets? Treatment Options for Furry Friends!

For the past couple decades, dental implants have quickly become the popular option for replacing missing teeth. When someone loses a tooth, they may experience impaired oral function, especially when talking and eating. Similarly, dogs may also have a difficult time eating their food when they don’t have all of their teeth present, possibly compromising…

Visiting the Dentist May be Good for Your Brain!

Brush your teeth; boost your brain. Could it be that simple?  According to study from researchers at the University of Southern California; the answer could be yes! A group of 5,468 elderly adults living in a retirement community in Southern California were evaluated on their brain function and oral health habits for an 18 year…

Michigan Periodontist Uses New Device to Help Ease Fear of Dentist

Fear of the dentist is a very common thing. Many people neglect their oral health because they are too scared to visit the dentist’s office. The Michigan periodontists at Joseph R. Nemeth DDS & Associates practice pain-free dentistry, which virtually takes away the fear of having your teeth checked out. A new device called Dental…

The Connection Between Dental Implants and Premature Aging

In the everlasting search for the “fountain of youth” people visit dermatology and plastic surgeons offices in route to combat their wrinkling and sagging skin. In the midst of the search for perfection, people often don’t stop to think about the cause of their aging problems. Many times, people age prematurely due to bone loss…

Is Over Brushing Bad? Detroit Gum Disease Doctor Says Yes!

Michigan periodontist, Dr. Joe Nemeth tell us why brushing your teeth too much, and too hard may actually cause harm to your mouth! In this Channel 4 News Detroit Segment, Dr. Nemeth shows us the proper way to brush your teeth and how over-brushing can cause gum recession. Dr. Nemeth is a periodontist in the Detroit area…

Diet is Key in Preventing Gum Disease

I’m sure many of you have spent hundreds to thousands of dollars on trying to achieve a brighter, whiter, healthier smile. But did you know your key to pearly white choppers could be sitting right in your refrigerator? Below is a list of 10 super foods that can help whiten your teeth and protect your gums.…

Periodontists Key in Detecting Oral Cancer in Michigan

Actor Michael Douglas has recently helped create a television public service announcement on behalf of the Oral Cancer Foundation. After experiencing a sore throat that persisted for a protracted period of time, Douglas was found to have a tumor on the base of his tongue. He received radiation and chemotherapy treatment and is now cancer-free.…

What Your Mouth Is Saying About Your Body

Your mouth can tell you a lot about your body. At just a quick glance, you may notice nothing but your choppers, but what is often harboring inside the mouth is several different species of bacteria. While much of the bacteria is harmless, some of the peskier kinds can pull together in pockets of the…

Laser Periodontal Treatment – New Technology, New Comfort

NEW TECHNOLOGY – NEW COMFORT What is Laser Periodontal Therapy™? Laser Periodontal Therapy™ is a laser based technique for the treatment of periodontal disease using the Millennium Dental Technologies, Inc., PerioLase Laser. Fear of periodontal treatment vanishes when patients find out no scalpel or sutures will be used. Patient friendly laser treatment gets patients to agree to the…