Three Ways To Improve The Oral Health Of Your Whole Family

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Keeping your own teeth healthy is hard enough, but when you have a family to look after, things get even more complicated. After all, you can't be expected to supervise their dental hygiene habits every day! But even so, that doesn't mean that you can't have a hand in their oral health. Here's what you can do to boost your family's oral hygiene without saying a word about brushing or flossing.

2 January 2019

What Are Dental Crowns Used For?

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If your dentist just told you that you may be a dental crown, you may have visions of your mouth covered in a crown full of jewels like a king. However, dental crowns are a little less luxurious than that. To help you learn a little bit more about dental crowns and what they are used for, this article is going to go over a few different scenarios in which you may need one.

4 December 2018

5 Reasons To Give Invisalign A Try For Your Teeth Straightening Needs

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If you're not happy with the appearance of your teeth or if you're having pain or discomfort concerns due to teeth or jaw alignment, it may be time to get professional help. Luckily there are options out there to help you re-align your teeth and your jaw! You don't have to go the normal braces route if you're looking to correct your smile. Modern options like Invisalign make it easy to get the help that you need with additional benefits.

31 October 2018

Should You Get Dental Sealant For Your Child's Baby Teeth?

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If your dentist has ever recommended that your child get dental sealants, it might have come as a surprise. This technique can help to prevent cavities and other problems by creating an extra layer on the outside of your child's teeth. However, if your child still has their baby teeth, it might seem foolish to spend money on this before their adult teeth start to come in. Here's why it's actually pretty darn useful for baby teeth, too.

4 October 2018

Getting Ready For Dental Surgery? Here Are Some Tips You Can Use

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As a dental patient, your number one job after oral surgery is focusing on your recovery. Your dentist should provide you with a list of aftercare procedures, but here is some additional information that you should know. You will need a little time off work. Oral surgery is just like any other type of surgery -- and you need rest in order to recover properly. Anticipate the need for at least two days off work in order to give yourself plenty of time to get through the post-surgical phase.

11 September 2018

Why Should You Seek Treatment For Your Periodontitis?

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As you get older, your overall health may decline, including your oral health. Poor oral hygiene, bad eating habits, etc. may lead to gum disease. While mild gum disease may be reversible, periodontitis can have long-term, detrimental effects to your oral health. If you haven't been seeking treatment for your periodontitis, check out these reasons you should see a dental service. Gum Disease Is an Infection When you eat, plaque builds on your teeth, which attracts bacteria.

14 August 2018

4 Faqs About Dental Crowns

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Most people, at some point or another, will need to have a crown put on one of their teeth. Dentists typically have a lot of experience placing crowns, so the procedure tends to go smoothly. However, you may still have some questions about your upcoming crown appointment. Keep reading; you should discover the answers. Will Getting a Crown Hurt? If your dentist did not give you any numbing medications, getting a crown could be a bit uncomfortable because your dentist has to file some of your enamel away to make space for the crown.

23 July 2018