Some Facts You May Not Know About Cavities

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Cavities are discovered basically every time someone visits a dental clinic. While at the dental clinic, your dentist can tell you whether the cavity is serious or just a small problem. Cavities do not instantaneously appear in your mouth, and they do not show up as large tooth-devastating problems. Your dentist can confirm how your cavity is progressing. Here are some facts you may not know, and how a dentist can help you learn more and fix cavities—ragardless of which stage they may be at.

16 October 2018

Tooth Whitening: Is It Safe?

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Everyone wants whiter teeth. If your teeth are yellowed and stained from coffee or just natural aging, you might be looking into whitening options. But there's a big question that's probably lingering in your mind: is it safe? What whitening treatments are safe, and how do you ensure their safety? Take a look. Whitening Toothpastes Whitening toothpastes are one of the easiest options you can choose for tooth whitening, since you don't have to change a thing about your daily routine other than using a different toothpaste.

21 September 2018

What To Expect With Immediate Dentures

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Traditionally, getting a set of dentures is a process that can take some time. From removing teeth to receiving the finished set of dentures, days or even weeks could pass. These days, however, technological improvements have made it so that getting dentures in one day is entirely possible. Here's what to expect from so-called immediate dentures: If Your Teeth Are Already Extracted If you don't have any teeth because they've all been removed previously, good news: you're perfect for immediate dentures.

28 August 2018

3 Keys For Getting The Best From Your Dentistry

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When you are looking for ways to improve your health, never underestimate the importance of oral health. Many people understand how important it is to visit their physician but neglect the dentist. This is a big mistake because dental health affects every other part of your health as well. In fact, a lot of studies link dentistry with heart disease. If you are looking to really make sure you're taking great care of your dental health and want some tips to getting started on this track, read the information below and touch base with an oral health professional that can assist you.

30 July 2018

3 Options For Patients That Don't Want Their Braces To Be Noticeable

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If you didn't undergo orthodontic treatment as a preteen or teen, you may want to get braces as an adult. While many adult patients look forward to correcting their bite, they aren't keen on having noticeable dental hardware. Thankfully, there are some options to consider that are more inconspicuous. 1. Invisalign These braces are the best option when it comes to braces that aren't noticeable. Unlike traditional braces, which have brackets and wires, Invisalign braces are made out of clear plastic.

30 June 2018

Why Do You Have Sensitive Teeth?

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Does taking a bite of ice-cream make you twinge because of the sensitivity you feel with your teeth? If so, you probably suffer from tooth sensitivity, and there are a lot of reasons you may have this. Tooth sensitivity is a treatable condition, but the dentist will want to find out what is causing it before he or she offers a treatment option. Here are some of the main things that can cause tooth sensitivity.

29 May 2018

You Need These 4 Things To Clean Your Dentures Effectively

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Dirty dentures can create more problems for you than they can solve, which is why you need to ensure your dentures are always thoroughly cleaned. Here are four practical tips for cleaning your dentures. 1. You Need At Least Two Forms of Cleaning The first thing you should know is that mechanical cleaning alone is not enough to keep your dentures clean; you need at least mechanical plus chemical cleaning. Mechanical cleaning is any form of cleaning that involves using physical force to get rid of denture debris.

3 May 2018