Dental Associates of Maitland

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Dental Associates of Maitland
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Look out for burning your mouth. Check the temperature! If steaming, it will be hot. Eating cheese pizza, take a moment to touch the surface, the crust is not a good conductor of heat. People come in with severe burns, there are topical prescription ointments and numbing sprays. Liquid benedryl swished as long as you can keep it in your mouth, try not to swallow much because it will make you drowsy. Chloraseptic spray will numb the sore area and help keep it clean. In fact... Channel NewsAsia (SGP) (12/15) reported tips from ADA spokesperson Dr. Alice Boghosian on how to help heal oral burns caused by attempting to eat or drink overly-hot foods. Advice includes spitting out the hot food or liquid, then swishing “your mouth with cold water or cold milk” to aid in removing “some of the immediate heat to decrease inflammation.” For pain management, “Dr. Boghosian suggests taking an acetaminophen or ibuprofen, or apply a numbing gel over the area.” She emphasized that people shouldn’t “pop an ice cube into your mouth as it may stick to the burned area and damage the skin more,” and advised people to seek treatment from a dentist or physician “if the burn isn’t healing after a week or the pain gets worse after a few days.”

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We had the opportunity to take a case from hardships of eating, smiling and speaking to success in all three. The former partial contributed to the loss of remaining teeth and the dynamics of the older teeth positioned in his mouth. The new dentures promote better chewing, speech, and welcoming smile. We are here for you at 407-629-4220.

Tongues are telling. Viewing the top sides and under surface of the tongue tells us of habits and overall health of individual. Studies show that a clean tongue reduced the susceptibility to sore throat, cough and bronchitis. Brush then scrape your tongue. When hygiene is irregular or if one were to be on some medicines for other conditions, the top of the tongues may appear white, brown, black and "hairy." Some times the tongue looks like it is splotched with "islands on a pink sea." At the Dental Associates of Maitland we can put you or the right road to better health. In fact... Poor Oral Hygiene, Infection Among Reasons Tongue May Turn White. Men’s Health (12/7, Weiss) discussed reasons why a tongue may turn white, stating that it usually stems from poor oral hygiene. Brushing the tongue regularly will help remove the buildup. Other conditions may affect the color and appearance of a tongue, such as fungal and yeast infections and cancer. The article advised seeing a dentist or physician for any changes on the tongue that persist. The Oral Health Topics on ADA.org and MouthHealthy.org provide information on oral and oropharyngeal cancer for dental professionals and for patients. To learn more about oral and oropharyngeal cancer, register for a CE course on HPV-related oropharyngeal cancer. MouthHealthy.org also provides information on thrush. Call today for us to have a look and explain. Call 407-629-4220.

Year ago we talk about the acid attack on teeth, as sugars would be digested by bacteria, the bacteria would produce acids to dissolve tooth structure. Today, that attack has be fortified by jet fuel in our diets. We are subject to acidifying agents in most prepare, prepackaged foods because our tastes are demanding these. Not just pop.... Coverage Continues: Study Finds Sugary Beverage Consumption Associated With Poor Oral Health. Bite Magazine (AUS) (12/4) reports a new University of Sydney study on “sugar-sweetened drinks reveals one in seven adolescents is guzzling more than two cups a day, and is two to three times more likely to have oral health problems than those who don’t consume the beverages.” The study’s lead author and senior research fellow Dr. Louise Hardy, from the Sydney School of Public Health and Charles Perkins Centre, said the study highlights the effect sugary beverages have on oral health. Dentists can refer patients to MouthHealthy.org, ADA’s consumer website, for up-to-date and evidenced-based information about nutrition.

The daily grind, that temple pulsing clench and the morning headache are symptoms of bruxism which are directly associated with sleep apnea. At the Dental Associates of Maitland we offer solutions of a practical nature. Bruxism May Result From Stress, Misaligned Teeth. CBS News (12/1, Leefeldt) discussed bruxism, featuring information from ADA spokesperson Dr. Matthew Messina. Bruxism may be due to misaligned teeth, but it is often attributed to stress. The article added that “the ways in which people tend to relieve stress, such as drinking alcohol in excess or smoking cigarettes, only doubles the likelihood of teeth grinding.” Mouthguards worn at night can help protect teeth, dentists can fix misaligned teeth, and stress management techniques may help address the underlying cause of bruxism. “You have to break the habit that’s causing the grinding and the pain before it becomes chronic,” said Dr. Messina. MouthHealthy.org provides additional information on bruxism. Call us for your best solutions, otherwise broken and worn teeth are predicted. Then, the solutions become more aggressive and more wallet intruding. Resolve to prevent today.


Independence Hall is buzzing with many languages.


On the way to Alpha Omega International Dental Fraternity Foundation meeting in Philly. I'll be among the best of the best. .


Back to school bash at Amway with the Dental Society of greater Orlando.


Attending Maitland Rotary Art Festival Board Meeting at Maitland Civic Center.


Going to the Maitland Men's Club to help community needs.