What To Know Before Going To The Dentist

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When it comes to healthy teeth and gums, there's more to it than just daily brushing and flossing. While proper oral hygiene habits are key, visits to the dentist are also an essential part of keeping your teeth and gums healthy. Nearly 91 percent of Americans between the ages of 20 and 64 have dental decay. Regular checkups and cleanings can help identify the signs of decay and put a stop to it before it leads to major damage.

3 May 2019

Do You Have An Infected Tooth? Let's Find Out

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It is very important to make sure that you are not letting an infected tooth go without proper professional treatment. If you do, you are putting yourself at risk for having to experience an intense amount of pain. You could also be putting yourself in a lot of danger. Therefore, you will want to review the following signs that may indicate that you have an infected tooth that needs to be examined by a general dentist as soon as possible.

27 March 2019

Should Your Child Have A Root Canal On A Baby Tooth?

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If your child has a serious cavity in a baby tooth, their dentist may recommend a root canal and crown to preserve the tooth structure and prevent future orthodontic problems. But does it always make sense to have a crown placed on a tooth your child may lose soon? When is an extraction the preferable option? Read on to learn more about these two dental options and what you should consider when scheduling your child's next dental procedure.

28 February 2019

Potential Risks Of In-Home Whitening Systems

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If you have always wanted a brighter smile, then you have probably considered using one of the many in-home whitening systems that are available at most drug stores. While effective in bleaching your teeth, these products do not come without potential risks. It is for this reason that you should make an appointment with a cosmetic dentist, who can offer you safe and effective in-office treatment options for whiter teeth. Here are some potential risks you may face as a result of in-home whitening systems.

30 January 2019

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