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Should you Get Dental Veneers?
11/16/16 8:09 PM

Cosmetic dentistry has greatly increased in popularity in recent years as people try to achieve a better smile. Your smile is a very important part of who you are as it can damage your self-esteem should you be embarrassed by the appearance of your teeth. One of the most minimally

Using a Straw Has Many Dental Benefits
10/19/16 5:11 PM

Do you use a straw for your drinks at home? Chances are that the answer is no. Just as you receive a straw with your drink in restaurants, you should get in the habit of doing the same thing at home. Believe it or not, drinking through a straw has

A Crown in a Day – Is it Possible?
07/27/16 8:32 PM

Sometimes decay or trauma can cause your tooth to become so damaged that you may need some support in order to keep your natural roots. That support comes in the form of a dental crown. The traditional crowns take two appointments to complete. The first appointment is when your tooth

Simple Ways to Avoid Canker Sores
05/4/16 9:36 PM

No one really knows the reason we get canker sores, but we can all agree that they are painful! Some say that they are due to stress; while others say injury to the mouth is the culprit. While we do not have a concrete reason why some people are more

The Importance of a Dental Baseline for your Child
04/27/16 7:21 PM

  If your child does not visit the dentist regularly, he does not have a baseline for the dentist to compare any changes that might occur in his mouth. This could prove to be detrimental to your child’s oral health, especially since a child’s mouth can change in a very

How your Oral Health and Physical Health are Related
04/6/16 7:10 PM

  Improper oral health can have detrimental effects on your heart and even your blood sugar levels. When gum disease goes undetected in your mouth, the buildup of plaque on your teeth can eventually enter your bloodstream, causing serious issues for your heart. In addition, if you have diabetes, it

Foods High in Starch are Bad for your Teeth Too
03/10/16 6:06 PM

Candy and other foods with high sugar content are obviously bad for your teeth, but what many people do not realize is that starchy foods are just as bad for their teeth. The problem with these starchy foods, such as potato chips, pasta and bread is that the sugar content

How to Handle a Cracked Tooth
03/2/16 10:45 PM

An injury that results in a cracked tooth can be very traumatic, whether you are young or old. Knowing how to handle the situation before it occurs can help you keep calm during the minutes following the injury. Not every cracked tooth needs to be seen by a dentist immediately,

What the Dentist Looks at During a Dental Exam
02/24/16 10:47 PM

Semi-annual dental exams are crucial to not only your oral health, but your physical health too. The exam itself involves more than looking at the surface of your teeth; your gums, bite, tongue, cheeks, neck, lymph nodes and jaw joints will also be evaluated. Each of these areas plays a

Antibiotics and Dentistry
01/13/16 5:55 PM

You know there is bacteria in your mouth.  Since you were a child, you were probably told how dirty a bite from someone could be, and that bacteria in your mouth causes plaque and plaque causes cavities and gum disease.  Bacteria in your mouth can cause a lot more than


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