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Tips To Help Your Teen Keep His or Her Teeth Clean And Healthy While Wearing Braces

11 August

If your teenager recently had braces placed on his or her teeth, you may need to encourage the child to take some extra steps each day for good oral care. Living with braces makes it harder to keep teeth clean, but there are ways your teen can achieve this. Here are a few tips that […]

Does Your Child Have Dental Sealants? 3 Tips That Will Prevent Them From Accidentally Chipping

27 July

A dental sealant is a very thin film used for coating the fissures and pits on a tooth. It is common for parents to get them for their children, because they want to prevent cavities from happening due to foods that get stuck inside these small grooves. Since children are not the best when it […]

4 Signs You Have Tooth Decay

08 July

Tooth decay is an incredibly common health problem. Most adults have had tooth decay at some point in their lives, and 26% of adults between 20 and 64 have untreated decay. Since tooth decay doesn’t always cause a toothache, you may not even know that you have a cavity. Here are four signs that you […]

Three Criteria For Choosing A Family Dentist

22 June

When you choose a dentist for your family, you do not need to feel like you are obliged to go with the first dentist you visit. Instead, if one dentist’s facility, training, or personality does not jibe with your family, you should feel free to take your family to a different dentist. Having some basic […]

A New Parent’s Guide To Surviving Teething

01 June

As a new parent, you coddled and cooed with your baby for months until your child became involved with teething. Between three months and twelve months, the process usually begins and progresses with twenty primary teeth sometime later. Symptoms usually show up from three to five days before you will see the baby’s first tooth. […]

Root Canals And Pulpectomies And How They Differ

13 May

A pulpectomy  and a root canal may seem like the same procedures, but there are differences. Here is a bit of information about these endodontic treatments and how they differ: A pulpectomy is usually reserved for kids. When a child has an infected tooth, the infection may be severe enough to necessitate an endodontic treatment. The interior […]

Need A Dental Filling? Know The Following 3 Things

07 April

Getting your first dental filling is almost a ritual to go through at some point in your life. That’s because 90% of adults have a cavity in one of their permanent teeth. It’s a pretty common experience, but if you have never had a cavity you might not know what to expect. You actually have […]

3 Ways Crooked Teeth Can Impact Your Health

15 March

It’s easy to think of crooked or misaligned teeth as a purely cosmetic problem, and not something that can have a serious impact on your overall oral health. And if you’re thinking that the only benefit to straightening your teeth is an improved smile, you may be tempted to pass on paying for orthodontic work. […]

Three Bad Habits To Avoid When Wearing Invisible Aligners

22 February

Invisible aligners, sometimes known as clear dental aligners, are wonderful for straightening your teeth without the look of braces. However, they do require a bit more hands-on action from you during the treatment process. This gives you room to develop bad habits that can compromise how well invisible aligners work for you or cause you […]

The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Using Denture Adhesives

02 February

For people getting dentures for the first time, a common concern that they have is if they should start using denture adhesives. While adhesives are not always required at first, the need for it may be more apparent as time goes on. When you are having difficulty making a decision, consider the advantages and disadvantages […]