Issues You May Experience With Dental Crowns

Posted on: 15 July 2016

Porcelain dental crowns are commonly used to cover teeth that have a lot of decay on them, and getting a dental crown might be the only option you have to save a tooth that is damaged. The good news about dental crowns is that they are very durable, which means they last a long time. The bad news is that there are things that can go wrong with dental crowns, but you can protect yours by taking good care of your oral health.
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Chipped A Front Tooth? What Are Your Best Repair Options?

Posted on: 20 May 2016

Because your front teeth take the majority of impact from biting on food, drinking from bottles, or even chewing on fingernails, chipping a front tooth is a relatively common dental issue. However, when you find yourself facing an unsightly chipped tooth in your own mirror, you may be frantic and wondering what you can do to repair this issue as quickly as possible. Fortunately, advances in dental technology have given dentists more options than ever before to repair minor to major chips.
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Answering Some Health Questions About Clear Aligner Braces

Posted on: 20 April 2016

If you are an extremely health conscious person, then you may be concerned about the various products you use and how they may affect your body. If you want to straighten your teeth with Invisalign aligners, then you may have some questions about the braces and their use in terms of your overall health. Keep reading to learn about some questions and answers that can help you understand some important aligner health information.  Are Invisalign Aligners Made With BPA?
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Trench Mouth And Smoking: What You Need To Know

Posted on: 31 March 2016

While smoking continues to decline within the American adult population, there are still 40 million adults smoking in the United States. Smoking causes a range of serious health issues, including problems with oral and dental health that include a condition that people commonly refer to as trench mouth. Find out why smokers are more susceptible to trench mouth, and learn more about the steps you may need to take if you suffer from this condition.
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