2019

  • Want Whiter Teeth? Here's Why You Should Let Your Dentist Handle It

    We've grown accustomed as a society to seeing movie stars and other celebrities flashing brilliant white teeth in pictures and on TV. If these displays make you feel uncomfortable about showing your own teeth in public, you may be looking for ways to whiten your smile. You'll certainly find plenty of options awaiting you on the grocery store shelf or even in your own medicine cabinet — so why would you choose to pay for professional teeth whitening instead?
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  • How To Care For Your New Dental Bridge

    A dental bridge is just one of many types of dental procedures that can be done to help restore your smile. When you get a dental bridge, you want to protect the costly investment as much as possible. This can be done by doing certain things to keep your oral health in check. Here are ways you can take care of your new dental bridge so the unit lasts. With proper dental care and oral hygiene practices at home, you'll be able to keep your new smile longer.
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  • Why You Should Take Gingivitis Seriously

    Almost half of all Americans over the age of 30 have some form of gum disease, so you should not be surprised if your dentist tells you that you have gingivitis. Gingivitis is gum disease, but it is the initial stage of the disease, which means it is not as serious as other stages. Even though gingivitis is the mildest form of this disease, it is still a serious issue that you should never ignore.
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  • Treating A Decayed Molar & Dental Abscess

    Does a painful molar keep you up at night and interfere with your ability to concentrate during the day? When a molar has severe pain, it is commonly a problem that is much more serious than having a cavity. The pain that you are experiencing might be the result of a cavity along with a dental abscess, which requires prompt treatment for your safety. The reason why is because you can develop an infection that can have a bad effect on your entire body, as an abscess is full of poisonous pus.
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  • Signs You Should Schedule A Dental Visit

    If you have not visited a dentist within the last six months, you should schedule a visit, simply because you should go twice a year, but many people do not follow this recommended schedule. Instead, they put off visiting the dentist, for whatever reason, and they often wait until they experience some type of oral problem before going. If you keep putting this off, here are some of the top signs that should alert you that you need to see a dentist.
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