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Children can be very hard on their teeth. About 50 percent of children have some type of injury to their teeth before they reach adulthood. Children are both active and clumsy, and accidents to the mouth are very common. Teeth can be damaged during falls, fights, or sporting events. These injuries can be painful when […]

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The major downside of drinking tea and coffee has always been the unpleasant stains that are left behind on the teeth after drinking them for an extended period of time. We’ve all seen the caricature of the tea-obsessed lady with scarily yellowed teeth. But after all this time, could tea and coffee actually be good […]

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If you’ve ever had a cavity, then you’re probably already at least somewhat familiar with dental fillings. Dental fillings are what’s used to prevent the tooth from decaying any further and return it to its normal level of functionality. They essentially fill in the small hole that a cavity causes. There are many different types […]

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Usually, when people are dieting, they think about their waistline, their thighs, their arms, etc. But doesn’t it make sense to think about your teeth the part of your body most directly relevant to eating, and therefore dieting?

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Your finally got your teeth all straightened out. Now to keep them that way! Here are some common problems experienced by retainer wearers and their solutions! My retainer changes how I speak. You’ve got your retainer, you’re all set. You pop it in, and everything seems to be going great. Until you have to speak. […]

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Certain people, namely children and teenagers, can benefit from a little extra protection against cavities and decay. Sure, maintaining proper oral hygiene is effective, but how many times can you remind a person to floss?? Dental sealants offer insurance for the nights they went to bed without brushing! What Is A Sealant? First used sometime […]

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Overall, the main fault people have in regards to teeth brushing is the lack of solid routine. If you have a great routine, you’re on your way to that perfect smile! Listed below are some not-so-often-considered brushing mistakes. 1. Not Brushing Evenly Due to brushing being such a routine activity, you may find yourself zoning […]

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With your kids’ trick or treat loot still piling up in your cupboards (unless they’ve gone through it all already of course) and the holiday season having started, you should be able to survive on a candy staple diet for months to come. Doing this won’t be too great for your teeth though. While having […]

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We’ve all seen the evil villain in the cartoons that furiously grinds his teeth when he’s been foiled by the protagonist(s). It’s humorous and silly. However, in real life, teeth grinding is no laughing matter. Many people habitually grind their teeth under stress, and it will inevitably yield some unfavorable consequences. Teeth grinding causes the […]

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Dental implants are known to have been used for the last 4,500 years, ranging from a plethora of materials. The main reason people needed teeth replaced throughout history has been due to malnutrition and illness. Other than aesthetic purposes, the prominence of soft foods were more limited making it key to have teeth to survive. […]

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