A Few Facts Behind the Dreaded Yellow Teeth

A Few Facts Behind the Dreaded Yellow Teeth

With years of experience, Dr. Kami Hoss, MS, DDS, has helped patients from all walks of life deal with all kinds of dental issues. One of the most common of these issues is yellow teeth. For most people, the standard color of teeth is white, and having them turn...
The ultimate job of a mouth guard

The ultimate job of a mouth guard

Mouthguards are an essential piece of equipment, especially in sports. Children and adolescents actively participate in sports, and an estimate of 20 to 25 million of them take part in competitive sports. As the participation numbers have increased, so have the...
All you need to know about bruxism

All you need to know about bruxism

The condition in which a person grinds, gnashes, or clenches their teeth is called bruxism. An individual might be clenching their teeth unknowingly while their awake, or clenching and grinding their teeth during shuteye. Sleep bruxism and awake bruxism may damage...
A Guide to Taking Care of Dental Implants

A Guide to Taking Care of Dental Implants

Dr. Kami Hoss, DDS, MS, has extensive experience and knowledge in the field of dentistry. And he loves to share what he knows to ensure that people stay healthy. This Dr. Hoss blog will discuss ways people can take care of their dental implants. At its most basic...
Dr. Kami Hoss: Is It Safe to Get an Oral Piercing?

Dr. Kami Hoss: Is It Safe to Get an Oral Piercing?

Oral piercings are in vogue, especially among the youth. As a form of self-expression, oral piercings come in a wide variety of styles to match different personalities. However, have you ever thought about what a dentist might say about oral piercings? Dr. Kami Hoss...
Dr. Kami Hoss: How to Prevent Gum Disease

Dr. Kami Hoss: How to Prevent Gum Disease

According to the World Health Organization, gum disease is one of the most significant global oral health burdens. Severe gum disease or periodontal disease affects some 15 to 20% of middle-aged adults (ages 35 to 44). Dr. Kami Hoss explains that there’s more to...