What To Expect About Visiting The Dentist During The COVID-19 Pandemic

Posted on: 15 September 2020

Is it time for your semi-annual dental checkup, but you are feeling a bit nervous about going during the COVID-19 pandemic? It will help to know about all the safety precautions that will be taken to ensure that you are safe so your teeth can be checked and cleaned.  Before The Appointment The screening procedures should begin before you even step foot in the dentist's office. You should not enter the building if you are experiencing any symptoms regarding COVID-19 or were exposed to someone that has it within the past two weeks.
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What Are Your Cosmetic Dentistry Options?

Posted on: 26 December 2019

Cosmetic dentistry can be as important for how you feel about your smile as dealing with functional issues. You may be wondering, though, what options are available. Here are some things to think about. What You're Treating Most cosmetic dentistry treatment plans are aimed at dealing with visible problems that make teeth look less appealing. These may include small chips, deformities or discolorations. Bigger problems like cracks are generally not considered just cosmetic, and alignment issues are the job of an orthodontist rather than a dentist.
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Bad Breath: Causes And Coping Mechanisms

Posted on: 26 November 2019

Bad breath is usually caused by volatile compounds in the mouth. These are compounds that easily evaporate and escape the mouth, triggering the dreaded odor. Bad breath typically comprises numerous chemicals, but the most common ones include sulfur compounds, acids (fatty and organic), aromatic compounds (such as ammonia), and alcohol. Where They Come From The causes of bad breath are as numerous as the compounds themselves. Some of the common culprits include food, medication, and tobacco products.
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5 Benefits Of Dental Implants

Posted on: 28 October 2019

If you're missing a tooth or a couple of teeth, you may be feeling uneasy about your appearance. It can be difficult to smile due to feeling embarrassed or upset. The good news is you don't have to live without teeth. The dental world is always improving and new solutions help patients just like you find relief and live a normal life. You may want to talk to your dentist about getting dental implants.
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