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Your Catonsville Dentist Explains What Causes Cavities

August 7th, 2014

catonsville cavityKids aren’t the only ones who get cavities (though they tend to corner the market on how many cavities they get). Many adults also get cavities on a fairly regular basis. In fact, approximately 92% of adults ages 20-64 have had a cavity in their permanent teeth – unfortunately, 23% of them go untreated. Untreated cavities and decay can cause infections and other problems if they’re allowed to fester for long enough. One of the goals of dentists is to lower the amount of cavities that children and adults present with. The best way to prevent cavities is to know how they’re caused and what you can do to avoid getting them.

What Causes Cavities?

Tooth decay is the primary cause of cavities, so the more appropriate question is what causes tooth decay?

  • Sugar – You’ve heard that sugary drinks and candies can cause cavities and tooth decay – it’s most certainly true, but it’s not the sugar itself that causes the problem. The bigger problem is that the sugar leaves substances that bacteria like to eat. They can cover your teeth in acid, which will eventually break down your teeth and cause decay. Try eating sugar free candy or doing your best to avoid sugar altogether.
  • Acidic Foods – Fruit juice and citrus fruits are the worst for this. The best way to avoid letting them cause decay is to immediately brush after you eat or to chew gum with xylitol. Gum does double duty. It helps to get the food that’s stuck off of your teeth (and from in between) and also helps you produce more saliva. Your saliva works as an agent to combat acid left on your teeth.
  • Poor Oral Hygiene – It doesn’t matter how well you eat if you’re not taking care of your mouth. Brushing your teeth makes it difficult for bacteria and plaque to eat away at the enamel of your teeth. It can help harden them and leave a protective layer of fluoride that plaque has a hard time getting through. Brushing and flossing regularly will help you keep your teeth longer and avoid cavities.
  • Age – There’s obviously nothing you can do about this one, but it’s important to note that you can develop cavities as a result of getting older. Most older adults are surprised to find that they’re more susceptible to cavities since the common conception is that children are the most likely to develop them. Older adults lack saliva, frequently have some type of gum disease, and occasionally take medications that cause enamel to break down.

Having Your Cavities Treated

If you’re suffering from mouth pain and think it’s the result of a cavity, you need to see your Catonsville dentist ASAP to get it taken care of. Tooth decay can lead to more tooth decay, which can eventually cause you to lose your teeth altogether. Please make an appointment to see your Catonsville dentist if you feel that you have a cavity. You can contact Leikin & Baylin Dental Care of Catonsville, Maryland by calling 410-747-1115 or visiting CatonsvilleDentalCare.com.

Source: How Stuff Works, NIDCR

Disclaimer: The writer of this article is not a medical professional. Information contained herein has been collected from sources believed to be reliable, and every precaution has been taken to ensure its accuracy. The information provided here is for general informational purposes only, and should not be used as a substitute for professional medical care.

Breaking Down A Root Canal with Your Catonsville Dentist

August 1st, 2014

root canalThe last thing that you want to hear your Catonsville dentist say is “you need a root canal.” That is, if you’re like most people. A lot of people have a deeply ingrained fear of root canals because of stories they’ve heard from other people or just because the two words together sound awful in reference to your teeth. We promise that root canals aren’t as bad as they sound. The key is knowing what a root canal is, why you need one, and how we perform it. It’s like people that have test anxiety – if they don’t know exactly what’s coming, they’re more likely to stress out over the details. We want to make your root canal as comfortable as possible and to do that, you need to know the process.

How are Root Canals Performed?

Root canals may not be as complicated as you’d think. Root canals are performed when you have a significant amount of decay or an infection (where else?) in the root of your tooth. Decay that goes down that far can be significantly more painful that surface decay that can be repaired with a normal filling. That’s why we do root canals. Check out the steps of a root canal.

  • X-Rays – The first thing that your Catonsville dentist will do is take an x-ray of your tooth to find out how bad the damage is and what exactly needs to be done. After the x-ray and before the treatment begins, you’ll receive a local anesthetic to numb your mouth. You may also opt for sedation dentistry at this point to make the experience more comfortable.
  • The procedure – Your dentist will place a dental dam around the tooth receiving the root canal to avoid getting saliva in the tooth. There may also be a dental assistant using “the straw” to keep excess saliva out. The dentist will remove the decay from the pulp-y part of your tooth at this point. This is the part that people find painful if your mouth hasn’t been properly anesthetized. Your dentist will then clean out the area and make sure that there’s enough space for a good filling. He or she will fill the tooth and you’ll then receive a crown to make sure that the filling doesn’t go anywhere.
  • Healing – Once all of that is taken care of, you’ll be sent home to heal. There shouldn’t be much residual pain, but if your mouth is particularly sensitive, you may be prescribed medication. Over-the-counter pain medication does the trick for most. You may schedule a follow-up visit, but if everything is normal after a few days, you should be all set!

Single-Visit Endodontic Treatments from Leikin & Baylin

Getting the whole procedure over with in one visit will make everything even easier for you. If you know that you need a root canal or are having severe tooth pain, please make an appointment to see your Catonsville dentist. You can contact Leikin & Baylin Dental Care of Catonsville, Maryland by calling 410-747-1115 or visiting CatonsvilleDentalCare.com.

Source: Mayo Clinic

Disclaimer: The writer of this article is not a medical professional. Information contained herein has been collected from sources believed to be reliable, and every precaution has been taken to ensure its accuracy. The information provided here is for general informational purposes only, and should not be used as a substitute for professional medical care.

 

 

Implant Dentistry and How It Can Help You

July 25th, 2014

implant dentistryHaving dentures can be cumbersome for some people – especially those who don’t want to have to worry about taking their teeth out every night and letting them soak while they sleep. The whole process can be tedious, frustrating, and even uncomfortable. While dentures are useful for some people, others prefer dental implants as an alternative to having removable teeth.

What Are the Benefits of Dental Implants Over Other Treatments?

Implants simulate your natural teeth. One thing that most people who have dentures don’t like is that they don’t function like regular teeth. They can slip around if they don’t fit perfectly and they can even cause severe discomfort. Dental implants won’t change the way you eat or talk and should be comfortable once they finish healing. Your facial structure can actually change with dentures, whereas implants will provide you with enough support for your bones to remain in their proper place.

Protect what’s still healthy. When you fully remove your teeth, you don’t leave enough structure for the rest of your teeth to hang on to. Your jawbone can begin to deteriorate, which is not only painful, but bad for the rest of the teeth in your mouth. Since dental implants essentially simulate regular teeth, you won’t have this problem with the implants.

Don’t worry about problems with the tooth down the line. The only issue that you might have is chipping or discoloration. Your tooth implant won’t deteriorate or incur cavities because of the material that it’s made of. You’ll still need to take good care of your mouth and make sure to brush and floss regularly to keep them a nice color and avoid infection. You may also have your own teeth surrounding the implant, so it’s a good idea to keep all of them healthy.

You’ve got good, reliable teeth in your mouth. Implants are proven to last. You won’t need to replace them, except in serious circumstances, and you can rest easy knowing that they’re not going to deteriorate. You won’t have to stress about a filling falling out or a root canal not entirely doing its job. Your implants will help you carry on with a normal life with teeth that look and feel like your natural teeth.

Implant Dentistry Process

Dental implants take some time and require a few different appointments. You may need to go under general anesthesia or at the very least, ask for sedation dentistry. It’ll help keep you calm and make the process go by quickly and easily during the implant. The implant is a three-step process, so you’ll want to be sure that you get along with and trust your Catonsville dentist. When you’re ready to start on the journey to dental implants, please contact Leikin & Baylin Dental Care of Catonsville, Maryland by calling 410-747-1115 or visiting CatonsvilleDentalCare.com.

Source: AAID-Implant.org, OSSEO

Disclaimer: The writer of this article is not a medical professional. Information contained herein has been collected from sources believed to be reliable, and every precaution has been taken to ensure its accuracy. The information provided here is for general informational purposes only, and should not be used as a substitute for professional medical care.

 

What is the Process for Getting Dentures?

July 18th, 2014

catonsville denturesSometimes teeth can’t be repaired. As we get older, plaque and bacteria find ways to eat away at our teeth and gums. Dentures become the only option for some people; they aren’t a bad option, though. They can actually give you a better smile than your natural and they aren’t capable of decaying or breaking down over time. It’s also quite possible that you’ll only have to get a partial denture set rather than a full set, depending on your needs.

The Difference Between A Full Set of Dentures and a Partial Set

  • Full Set – When you receive a full set of dentures, all of your teeth have to be removed. There is a healing period of about 3 months after your teeth are pulled and when you get your permanent or “conventional” dentures. In the meantime, you’ll get a set of immediate dentures that you can use to eat and talk normally. Your teeth and gums will shrink considerably between the time that you get your teeth pulled and when you’re fitted for your permanent dentures.
  • Partial Set – Partial sets are sometimes referred to as bridges, since they bridge gaps in your teeth. Your partial set allows you to keep some of your teeth, but helps replace any teeth that aren’t healthy enough to be fixed. They also help you to avoid any infections or problems from setting in to your still healthy teeth that are next to them. When unhealthy teeth are next to healthy teeth, it can actually cause serious problems. Partial sets make it easier to eat and speak normally and promote oral health.

How Are You Fitted for Dentures?

First, your dentist will take a mold of your natural teeth and gums to make sure that your dentures will fit comfortably once you’re ready to wear them. Molds can be a little uncomfortable, but it’s better to know for certain that your dentures are going to fit well in your mouth.

Your teeth will be extracted once the mold is taken. Make sure that you follow all of the directions given by your dentist after the extraction so that you can remain comfortable and pain free during the healing process. You’ll talk to your dentist about the shade, size, and shape of teeth that you want so you can be comfortable with your new teeth for an extended period of time.

Finally, you’ll go through a fitting process. Chances are that when your initial set comes in, there will need to be a little bit of adjustment. Your dentist can shave certain parts down and make your set of dentures more comfortable for you. You’ll likely need future adjustments as your mouth changes, but a set of dentures can last you up to 10 years if you take very good care of them.

Dentures from Leikin & Baylin Dental Care

Your dentures are an investment in your future. Make sure that you only trust them to the best. When you’re ready to start on the journey to dentures, please contact Leikin & Baylin Dental Care of Catonsville, Maryland by calling 410-747-1115 or visiting CatonsvilleDentalCare.com.

Source: Polident, WebMD

Disclaimer: The writer of this article is not a medical professional. Information contained herein has been collected from sources believed to be reliable, and every precaution has been taken to ensure its accuracy. The information provided here is for general informational purposes only, and should not be used as a substitute for professional medical care.

What Causes Gingivitis?

July 11th, 2014

Good dental care is not just limited to taking care of your teeth. Taking proper care of your gums is essential to the overall health of your mouth and to the prevention of certain diseases. Gingivitis is one of the most common, and preventable, gum diseases that you can develop. In order to know how to prevent gingivitis, you’ll need to know what causes it. Leikin & Baylin Dental Care of Catonsville is here to help and tell you the top reasons behind gingivitis.

The number one cause of gingivitis is poor dental hygiene. When you brush your teeth, you remove layers of plaque and particles from their surfaces. Left untreated, those substances can infect your gums, leading to gingivitis.

Some causes of gingivitis are outside of your control. When your body experiences fluctuations in hormone levels, especially during puberty or pregnancy, your gums increase in sensitivity, meaning that even with proper dental hygiene practice, they are more susceptible to gingivitis. Illnesses too can contribute to the development of gingivitis. Inefficient immune systems can’t fight off the infection in your gums, and so gingivitis can happen more rapidly.

In addition to not taking proper care of your mouth through normal dental hygiene practices, other lifestyle choices can contribute to gingivitis. Smoking in particular weakens the gum tissue and puts it at a higher risk of becoming infected.

If you think you might be at risk for gingivitis, pay attention to the signs. Gum bleeding is one of the most common symptoms of gingivitis, as well as swollen or red gum, bad breath, tooth shifting, and receding gums. If you are experiencing any or all of these symptoms, seek out your Catonsville dentist today!

Catonsville DentistsIf you have any questions about Catonsville dentists and gingivitis or wish to schedule an appointment, please contact Leikin & Baylin Dental Care of Catonsville, Maryland by calling 410-747-1115 or visiting CatonsvilleDentalCare.com.

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Disclaimer: The writer of this article is not a medical professional. Information contained herein has been collected from sources believed to be reliable, and every precaution has been taken to ensure its accuracy. The information provided here is for general informational purposes only, and should not be used as a substitute for professional medical care.

Source: WebMD

Facts About Professional Teeth Whitening

July 3rd, 2014

teeth whitening factsThink that professional teeth whitening is just for movie stars and celebrities? Think again. Over the past couple of decades, teeth whitening has become popular with most people. Everyone wants the iconic Hollywood straight, white smile. It’s not always easy to get, though, and you should be careful about how you achieve the perfect smile. If you choose to whiten them at home, you could do more harm than good. Over the counter whitening products can be dangerous for your gums and won’t even get the job done if you don’t know how to use them perfectly. It’s much safer to have your teeth professionally whitened by your Catonsville Dentist. Check out these facts about professional teeth whitening.

  • It’s fast and safe – Whitening your teeth at home can be a really long process that involves wearing whitening trays for a few hours every day. It’s inconvenient, the whitening agent usually tastes awful, and the chemicals can harm your gums if they sit for too long. Professional whitening systems are meant to be quick and efficient. Your Catonsville dentist knows how long it takes for you to get the color that you want. You won’t be sitting in the chair with whitening trays for an unnecessarily long time.
  • Certain stains are removed more easily than others – It is true that some stains won’t come off your teeth, but those are usually the ones associated with trauma to your tooth. Stains that are caused by food, plaque, or tobacco will usually come off pretty easily. Teeth that have a yellow hue are the easiest to whiten, while those that are darker may be difficult to whiten entirely without a few sessions in the chair.
  • Teeth whitening is long term – This does mean that it’s not permanent. It’ll last you quite a while, though, if you make a point to take care of your teeth after you’ve gotten them whitened. Maintaining a good oral healthcare routine will help you keep your teeth white for years or even months. Avoid foods that stain your teeth or make sure to brush/floss/rinse right after you eat or drink them. Red wine, coffee, and tea are the biggest culprits for discoloration. The less of these that you consume, the better your teeth will look over time.

Professional teeth whitening will help give you a boost in self-esteem and is a great option for adults who want to have an exceptional smile. If you have any questions about Catonsville professional teeth whitening or wish to schedule an appointment, please contact Leikin & Baylin Dental Care of Catonsville, Maryland by calling 410-747-1115 or visiting CatonsvilleDentalCare.com.

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Source: Your Dentistry Guide, WebMD, The Health Site

Disclaimer: The writer of this article is not a medical professional. Information contained herein has been collected from sources believed to be reliable, and every precaution has been taken to ensure its accuracy. The information provided here is for general informational purposes only, and should not be used as a substitute for professional medical care.

 

Night Guards from Your Catonsville Dentist

June 26th, 2014

night guardBruxing is the act of grinding your teeth together in your sleep. This is problematic for a few different reasons. It can cause you to grind down the enamel on your teeth (which can be very painful). It can also cause problems with your bite that can make it difficult to chew and speak. Bruxism is a problem that can develop at a very young age and continue throughout your lifetime if you don’t take the proper steps to try to treat it, or at least prevent it from causing problems with your oral health. It can also cause other problems not directly related to your oral health. There is a solution, though: night guards.

What are the benefits of getting a night guard?

  • Minimize headaches – One problem that people with bruxism frequently experience is frequent, painful headaches. If you’re waking up in the middle of the night with headaches and you haven’t figured out why yet, it may be because you’ve developed bruxism. Wearing a night guard can help reduce the headaches associated with this problem.
  • Protect Your Teeth – We get two sets of teeth in life: baby teeth and adult teeth. If adult teeth become too worn or are no longer working properly, we don’t get a second chance without the help of veneers or implants. Taking care of your teeth is important – this means more than just brushing and flossing. If you know that you’ve developed bruxism, wearing your night guard regularly can help you keep those permanent teeth.
  • Sleep Better – Bruxism can increase snoring and make it harder to breathe at night. This can make it difficult for both you and your partner to get a full night of rest. If you’re not clenching your teeth together, you’ll have an easier time getting air through at night, which will help with the snoring, the pain, and the general loss of oxygen.
  • Be More Comfortable – Normal activities can become more difficult if you’ve developed bruxism. If your bite is off, it causes eating to be more complicated. You’re also likely to become sensitive to very hot or very cold foods, making ice cream or coffee difficult to get past your mouth. If you don’t get the problem taken care of early on, it can loosen teeth, which can also be rather uncomfortable.

Bruxism is a serious problem that affects many people. If you think that you’ve developed bruxism, you may want to consult your Catonsville dentist about a night guard. If you have any questions about Custom Night Guards or wish to schedule an appointment, please contact Leikin & Baylin Dental Care of Catonsville, Maryland by calling 410-747-1115 or visit CatonsvilleDentalCare.com.

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Proper Oral Hygiene Techniques

June 20th, 2014

oral hygieneWe know you’ve been brushing your teeth for years, but it might be time for a new brushing and flossing regimen. People tend to fall into the same daily routine, but brushing your teeth isn’t something that should be done in a quick 30 seconds. Do you think you’re doing great with your oral hygiene? Ask yourself these questions to see if your oral health is up to the standard that it should be.

  1. Do you brush twice daily? It is important to brush your teeth twice a day to clear your mouth of unwanted debris or germs that may have accumulated during the day and while sleeping.
  2. Do you brush for 2 minutes? You should be brushing your teeth for at least 120 seconds to ensure a full cleaning.
  3. Do you floss? Flossing once daily helps to loosen and remove hard to reach plaque before brushing.
  4. Do you floss without your gums bleeding? If your gums are pink and don’t bleed when you floss, that’s great! If your gums do bleed, you may need to reevaluate your cleaning routine.
  5. Do you always have bad breath? If you constantly need a breath mint to cover up the bad breath, you may need to take a look at what you’re doing to maintain a healthy mouth. Constant bad breath shouldn’t be a problem with good oral hygiene techniques.

After asking yourself these questions, have you realized that maybe your oral health and hygiene techniques need an upgrade? Your Catonsville dentists are here to help. Here are a few tips to keep in mind while brushing and flossing:

  • Separate your mouth into sections and brush each section for 30 seconds. By focusing on ¼ of your mouth for 30 seconds and then moving to the next section and so forth, it guarantees a full 2-minute brushing!
  • Make sure to brush the gum line. This is where a lot of plaque can build up and irritate the gums.
  • Don’t forget to brush your tongue! A lot of bacteria build up on your tongue throughout the day. Brushing your tongue also helps to freshen breath.
  • Don’t make flossing just an up and down movement between your teeth. Make sure to wiggle the floss up at the gum line to get underneath where the tooth meets the gums. Plaque and debris can get stuck in places where it’s difficult to brush.

Your dentists at Catonsville Dental Care are oral hygiene professionals. When you become a patient at Leikin and Baylin Dental Care, you will immediately become a member of our dental family. Our team of dentists has over fifty years of experience treating the wonderful patients of Catonsville, Ellicott City, Arbutus and other surrounding areas. We are proud to treat patients from ages 3 to 103. If you’re interested in becoming a patient, or have more questions regarding your daily oral care, call us at (410) 717-1115 or visit our website!  Be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+!

Sources: http://www.colgate.com/app/CP/US/EN/OC/Information/Articles/Oral-and-Dental-Health-Basics/Oral-Hygiene/Oral-Hygiene-Basics/article/What-is-Good-Oral-Hygiene.cvsp

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5 Advantages of Invisalign

June 13th, 2014

invisalignFact: you’re never too old for braces. Everyone wants a smile that is bright, white, and above all, straight. It’s difficult to get that smile sometimes, though. It can require years of orthodontic dentistry and lots of metal appliances in your mouth – it doesn’t have to, though. Invisalign is a great alternative to traditional braces for both aesthetics as well as feel. Adults frequently opt out of braces because they don’t want to show a mouth full of metal every time they smile. It can be considered to look juvenile, even though it’s just about getting your teeth where you want them. This is where Invisalign comes in.

  1. Practically invisible – Have you ever seen someone wearing Invisalign? No? That’s probably because they’re really difficult to spot. Hundreds of people have Invisalign success stories to share, but the great part is that you’ll never know that they were wearing them in the first place. Unless you see someone pop them out or have worn them yourself, you’ll probably never even notice that they’re there.
  2. Removable – This is a big perk of Invisalign. Those who have had metal braces will tell you that they’re really uncomfortable to eat around. You’re restricted to certain foods and can still easily get things caught in between the wires and accessories. With Invisalign, you’re expected to wear them about 20 hours per day. You can pop them out in between meals or if you have a presentation to make without worrying about the straightening process being disrupted.
  3. Fixes the problem – Besides braces, there are other options to get straight teeth, such as veneers or other cosmetic dentistry procedures. There’s nothing wrong with cosmetic dentistry, but some people are more comfortable knowing that everything in their mouth is theirs. Invisalign helps shift your teeth into proper placement for a straight smile. You can also use them as whitening trays as you go!
  4. Normal oral health routine – Traditional braces require a modified oral health care routine that usually includes cleaning between brackets and makes flossing very difficult. Since you can pop Invisalign aligners out of your mouth, you can continue brushing, flossing, and using your normal mouthwash as you go – no need for additional appliances or cleaners.
  5. Infrequent dentist visits – When you get traditional braces, you’re required to go to the orthodontist at least once per month to get different wires and replace rubber bands. You’ll receive your Invisalign aligners all at once and switch them about every two weeks as your teeth shift. The technology for Invisalign allows you to control your own destiny with a visit to the dentist every 6 weeks or so, just to make sure everything is coming along right.

Invisalign aligners can help you feel more confident and comfortable with your smile. What are you waiting for? If you have any questions about Invisalign, or wish to schedule an appointment, please contact Leikin & Baylin Dental Care of Catonsville, Maryland by calling 410-747-1115 or visit CatonsvilleDentalCare.com.

Source: Why Invisalign

What is Cosmetic Dentistry?

June 6th, 2014

cosmetic dentistryWhen you hear the words “cosmetic dentistry,” you probably think about teeth whitening procedures and veneers – but cosmetic dentistry is more than that. It can help you increase your self-esteem and make you feel better about your look overall. Cosmetic dentistry can also help you take pain away in your mouth and solve oral health issues. Essentially, cosmetic dentistry is the practice of making a smile more aesthetically attractive and also more comfortable for those who have problems with their teeth. There are many different procedures that are considered to be “cosmetic,” some of which may surprise you.

  • Teeth whitening – We mentioned this at the beginning of the blog, and it seems fairly obvious, but getting teeth whitening is a fairly common cosmetic procedure. If you decide to get your teeth whitened, it’s something that you should have done professionally. Over the counter products can sometimes burn your gums – though as we mentioned last week, they won’t actually harm your teeth.
  • Dental implants – These are a great alternative to dentures since they mimic regular teeth, both in the root area as well as the crown. The nice part about dental implants is that you cannot develop cavities in implants. They can be made to match your natural teeth and are comfortable to chew and speak with. Dentures can be difficult to get around, which makes most people prefer implants.
  • Orthodontics – Most people think that orthodontics or braces are reserved for teenagers and adolescents, but it’s becoming more popular for adults to opt to straighten their teeth as well, especially with the introduction of Invisalign to orthodontic procedures. Orthodontics really depends on the situation and person and is generally evaluated on a case-to-case basis.
  • Fillings – This surprises most people as being a cosmetic dentistry procedure, but over the years fillings have come a long way. They started as metal structures and over time have been replaced by plastic that can look and feel like a natural tooth. Today’s fillings bond to your natural tooth and the material is getting better about staying adhered to the tooth rather than popping out over time.

Cosmetic dentistry isn’t all about aesthetics – sometimes it’s really helpful to have a healthy mouth and to encourage a better oral health care routine. Some cosmetic procedures can make it easier to talk, eat, and feel comfortable with your teeth. Dentists Leikin and Baylin offer cosmetic dentistry procedures to help you with your self-esteem as well as comfort. If you have any questions about cosmetic dentistry, or wish to schedule an appointment, please contact Leikin & Baylin Dental Care of Catonsville, Maryland by calling 410-747-1115 or visit CatonsvilleDentalCare.com.

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