2021

A Peg-Shaped Tooth: Causes And Solutions

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It's impossible for two people to have identical sets of teeth, and your teeth are like your fingerprints in that respect. Your smile, flaws and all, is entirely yours. Some people embrace these flaws, making them almost a signature look, since the issue may not affect the functionality of their teeth. Other flaws may not be quite so pleasing and can affect the normal function of the teeth. This might apply to you if one of your teeth is shaped like a peg.

30 July 2021

Getting Fitted With Dentures? Understanding Relines

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If you have just been fitted with dentures recently, you may be still learning about the care and maintenance you need to do to extend their lifespan. However, even if you take good care of your dentures, you may be surprised to learn that they'll need repairs called relines after a few years of use. Read on to learn more about relines, why they're necessary, and what the procedure entails.

22 June 2021

Four Signs You Need To Get Dental Implants

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In addition to diminishing your appearance, missing teeth can also result in several health issues. For instance, missing teeth provide bacteria with sufficient access to your gums to cause an infection. However, most people don't see the necessity to get a dental implant, especially if the missing teeth are not an issue to their self-confidence. However, a dental implant can help solve several dental issues in addition to restoring your self-confidence.

11 May 2021

Top 4 Benefits Of Having A Family Dentist

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One of the best things you can do for your kids is to ensure they're in good health. And, of course, this includes good dental health. Start by teaching them proper oral hygiene practices such as flossing and regular brushing. This can protect them from many dental health issues as they grow.  Unfortunately, both children and adults can develop dental health issues that are beyond their control. Think of an accident that causes tooth loss or teeth discoloration from consuming too much coffee.

27 March 2021

Why Are You Getting Cavities If You Watch Your Sugar Intake?

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Oral bacteria like to consume sugars. After consuming sugars, oral bacteria produce acidic byproducts which are responsible for cavities. While you may already know that you can reduce your risk of cavities by limiting your sugar intake, you may be wondering if there are other ways you can develop cavities. Here are a few reasons why you could develop cavities even with a good diet. Your Family is Passing on Bacterial Strains

11 February 2021