Are You Feeding Your Kid Foods That Are Damaging Their Teeth?

Posted on: 22 October 2021

As a parent, you are very concerned about how the foods that you give your child will affect their overall health. That's why it helps to know how you may be giving foods to your child that damage their teeth. Pre-Packaged Foods A general rule to keep in mind is that the foods you can't pick, grow, or make on your own are likely not good for your kid's teeth. Even when you are buying pre-packaged snacks, know that you can always make better choices on your own when you select each and every thing.
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Dental Fillings: What You Need To Know

Posted on: 10 September 2021

When you have tooth decay, dental fillings are used to restore the teeth to normal health. Fillings need regular care to keep them intact and to ensure they last. Here are some things you should know to keep your fillings in good condition and prevent breakage: Why Are Fillings Necessary? When you have a cavity, your dentist will drill out the decayed portion of the tooth. Left behind is an opening in your tooth and the remaining healthy tissue.
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How To Select Your Family Dentist

Posted on: 23 June 2021

There is always the option to walk into any dental practice near you and select one of the dentists as your go-to dentist. It's that easy, but when you're talking about a family doctor, you're looking for a medical practitioner who will attend to your loved ones for years or even decades. As such, you need a thorough selection process. Here are several factors to consider.  Flexible Payment Plans You're not guaranteed you'll have funds every time you or your family needs dental care.
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Are Root Canals Painful?

Posted on: 23 June 2021

Pain is one of life's greatest deterrents. If you tell someone they'll experience pain if they do something, they'll probably avoid it. Any procedure close to the face is always hard to agree to. Root canals are no different, as people have the perception that these procedures are painful. Some years ago, they would have been right, but medical technology has improved.  Also, endodontists have improved pain management to help patients deal with the pain.
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