Understanding Wisdom Teeth Surgery
added on: June 21, 2020
wisdom-teeth-surgery

If you or a family member are getting ready to get wisdom teeth extracted, you aren’t alone. Nine out of 10 individuals have at least a single impacted wisdom tooth which must be removed, according to the American Association of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons. Wisdom teeth: What are they? Wisdom… Read More…

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Getting A Head-Start On Correct Oral Hygiene For Kids
added on: June 6, 2020
kids oral hygiene

According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, you should bring your child into the dentist before her/his 1st birthday. Unfortunately, many parents don’t fully understand the value of getting a head-start on educating kids on the importance of caring for their teeth. Though rare, decayed baby teeth might have… Read More…

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Restorative Dentistry vs. Cosmetic Dentistry
added on: April 22, 2020

Even though restorative dentistry and cosmetic dentistry overlap one another, as both at times use implants and crowns for teeth restoration as one example, the primary difference between them includes their focus and level of expertise of the dental professional. The cosmetic dental professional is one who goes above and… Read More…

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Are You a Good Candidate for Dental Implants?
added on: April 6, 2020
Dental Implants

The perfect candidate for an implant is in good oral health and general health. Adequate jaw bone is necessary to support a dental implant, and the ideal candidates have healthy gum tissues free from periodontal disease. Implants are connected with underlying bone and gum tissues in the mouth. Since periodontists… Read More…

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How Does Aging Affect the Health of Your Teeth?
added on: March 20, 2020
aging and smile

Aging has its benefits, but there are trade-offs. As we grow older, our bodies require a little more upkeep. When it comes to oral health and teeth, there’s no exception. Fortunately, there are some measures you can take to protect your teeth as you grow older. Increased Risk of Tooth… Read More…

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Dental Health and Breastfeeding
added on: March 2, 2020
mom and baby

Given the possible expense of dental braces and additional orthodontic procedures, who would not want to give their baby every potential advantage when it comes to healthy bite alignment? Several studies — the latest of which was published inside the August 2017 Journal of the American Dental Association issue —… Read More…

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See Your Future Smile with Digital Imaging
added on: February 25, 2020
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When you make the decision to enhance or correct your smile, it is often challenging to determine beforehand exactly what type of outcome to expect. After all, your smile is a very personal thing, and changing that smile may feel as if you are changing your identity. That is where… Read More…

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What is Restorative Dentistry?
added on: February 3, 2020
open mouth dental exam

“Restorative dentistry” is a term dentists use to define how they replace damaged or missing teeth. Crowns, fillings, implants and bridges are common restorative choices. The objective includes bringing back your natural smile, as well as preventing oral health problems in the future. Why restorative dentistry treatments are critical Filling… Read More…

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Sedation Dentistry Can Ease Your Anxiety
added on: December 3, 2019
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Good oral health care is critical to healthy teeth and a healthy body. Dentistry innovations have made it easier to keep your teeth longer. But millions experience high anxiety when going to the dentist. Rather than avoiding your trip to the dental office, request information about sedation dentistry. If you’re… Read More…

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What To Expect During Your First Dentist Visit
added on: November 20, 2019
first visit to dentist

For some kiddos, a first dental visit can be exciting. However, many children can have a fear of the dentist since it’s an unfamiliar environment and a new experience. Introducing children to the dentist early (by three years old) can help ease angst and set them up for a lifetime… Read More…

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