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Bridges, crowns, fillings, veneers. The different types of reparative dental procedures and what purpose they serve can sometimes get confusing. When is one appropriate and which one? Dental bridges fill the empty space made by one or more missing teeth, or a gap. What Is A Dental Bridge? A dental bridge usually consists of two […]

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When deciding which method of teeth straightening would be best suited to your needs consider the following: Invisalign Advantages Namely, Invisalign is, well, invisible. Or at least enough so that it would be difficult for someone to detect the transparent trays on your teeth. Invisalign is often an option for older patients seeking teeth straightening […]

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It always makes you cringe when the dentist tells you that you have a cavity. It is frustrating to get cavities, but even more so if you aren’t sure how your cavity formed in the first place. To help you understand where cavities come from, here are some facts on how cavities are formed: Bacteria […]

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Even though mouth stores are so small, they can cause miserable pain when you are trying to eat or drink something. The most common kinds of mouth sores are cold sores and canker sores, which are caused by different things. Cold sores are caused by the herpes virus and are extremely contagious. Before you get […]

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A tongue scraper, sometimes called a tongue cleaner or tongue brush, might at first look a little pointless. What is this piece of plastic going to do for you that your toothbrush doesn’t already? Doesn’t your tongue keep itself clean? For the most part, yes. But neglecting to clean your tongue is the number one […]

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You have heard that an apple a day keeps the doctor away, but the same doesn’t go for the dentist. An recent article shared that research has shown that apples now contain up to 50 percent more sugar content than they did 10 years ago, so eating one a day could lead to more tooth decay. […]

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Once you develop poor dental habits, your oral health can be negatively impacted for life. That’s why it’s important to do your best to help your kids develop good dental habits. Here are four tips on how to help your children have great oral health habits for life: Limit sugary sodas or drinks: Sodas loaded […]

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Are you smiling right now? You should be, did you know smiling is important for your health? Fun Smiling Facts: Smiling is healthy for you! Flashing a smile on a regular basis is shown to lower blood pressure, relieve stress, and can add 7 years to the average life expectancy. Just by smiling, you can […]

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One of the most important decisions that teenagers are required to make is whether to keep their wisdom teeth or get them removed. Most dentists would advise them to get these teeth removed early on before they become well-rooted in the gums. Due to this, the common perception that people have in their mind regarding […]

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If the thought of the dentist makes you want to run away and hide, you most likely have dental anxiety or dental phobia. You might wonder why you fear the dentist so much, and wish you didn’t. To help you understand your fear, here are four common causes of dental anxiety: Fear of pain: If […]

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