Foods That Help You Keep Your Mouth And Teeth Healthy

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While you may hear plenty of information about avoiding sugary soda, coffee, wine and sugar-laden food to protect your teeth, you might not hear much about what is good for your mouth. When you go to the dentist twice a year, and you pay attention to good oral hygiene each day, you can still improve your oral health with the food and drinks you consume. Plenty of water is important to keep your mouth hydrated, and fruits and vegetables will help keep your teeth and gums healthy.

22 January 2019

7 Ways to Ensure a Successful First Dental Visit That Every Parent Should Know

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While the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends that infants have their first dental exam before the age of one, they aren't exactly going to be sitting with you in that exam room trying to calm a crying child in a dental office. Nope, you are on your own. The hacks below should help you survive, however. 1. Talk Like Friends: Talk to your child like you are planning a trip to a special friend's house.

4 January 2019

Here's How Seeing A Orthodontist Now Could Save You From Dental Visits Later

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Getting braces is one of those things that people often think about but struggle to deal with the idea of actually going through. Braces require a commitment to your oral health and appearance. However, it might intrigue you to know that getting braces now could potentially keep you out of the dentist's chair later on. Here's what you could be saving yourself from by getting braces. Tooth Decay Tooth decay is a common problem that people with overcrowded teeth experience.

28 November 2018

Simple Things You Can Do To Prevent Gum Disease

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Gum disease is one of the most common illnesses in the United States. This disease can progress through varying stages of severity, but it can eventually cause tooth loss, serious infection, and other health problems. There are various forms of treatment, but for severe periodontitis, fixing the problem can be costly. The best way to avoid any trouble with gum disease is to prevent it from happening in the first place, and prevention is very simple.

1 November 2018

4 Reasons To Get Dental Veneers

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If you want to have straighter teeth and know this will take work, you may want to consider getting dental veneers. This is by far one of the fastest and most effective ways for you to enjoy a better smile. These are made of a thin porcelain material that will attach to the teeth. Of course, it may be necessary to remove some of your existing teeth to have these put in place but just a minuscule amount.

7 September 2018

How Can Botox Be Used In A Dental Practice?

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If you are a manager at a dental office and have been looking for ways to expand the practice and offer new treatments to your patients, then you should take a look at Botox injections. While these injections are often used for aesthetic purposes, they may also be advantageous when it comes to treating certain dental disorders. Keep reading to learn about a few of these disorders and how Botox can help.

7 September 2018

4 Tips For Having A Less Painful Dental Cleaning

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One of the best things you can do for your dental health is to see your dentist regularly. This will allow you to enjoy healthier teeth, since being able to find dental issues early on is the key to avoiding discomfort and expense. In fact, you should visit your dentist routinely for simple cleanings and exams. However, if you're like many people that have extreme dental phobias, this could be a scary time for you.

16 August 2018