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Are you happy with your smile? To make it even better, you need to practice proper dental care. Follow this expert advice to make your smile the best it can be.
Keeping your children’s teeth and gums healthy is important, and dental hygiene for kids is something you can master with a little help from your dentist. Maintaining a good dental hygiene routine includes knowing how to brush and floss effectively, choosing dental care products your kids will love, and helping your kids develop a positive relationship with their dentist and […]
If you need to get a tooth extraction, you may be unaware, unprepared, or simply scared of the procedure. But today, having a tooth pulled by an affordable dentist is a common way to prevent a lot of the pain and problems that come from troublesome teeth. To help you prepare for the procedure, take a look at these tips […]
It’s a fact of life — emergencies happen. You can ensure the best outcomes for the situation with preparedness and understanding. Dental emergencies, much like medical emergencies, require quick thinking and attention to detail to preserve the health and quality of life of the victim. You should always have an emergency dental office number on hand. Making it to the […]
The wisdom teeth are the third molars located at the back of the mouth that emerge late and often cause dental distress for many people. In many cases, wisdom teeth do not have enough space in the mouth to emerge completely, causing the teeth to come in crooked or remain below the gum line and making the mouth more susceptible […]
The first time you get braces or have to wear a retainer or dental appliance, you may be overwhelmed with instructions. There are rules about what to eat, soreness (especially on the days you get your braces tightened) and even extra steps in your dental care routine. While your orthodontist will have detailed instructions for you to follow, a snapshot […]
Gum disease is a common condition that leads to tooth loss. Bacteria contained in plaque and tartar causes inflammation and infection both superficially and beneath the gum line. Without proper treatment, the condition progresses until teeth become loose and fall out. Symptoms of early gum disease include red, tender, or puffy gums, persistent bad breath, bleeding during brushing or flossing, […]
Most people know that a cavity is an unsightly hole in a tooth, but some may not be aware of exactly how and why cavities occur. Cavities are the result of tooth decay—the slow breakdown of the tooth by harmful bacteria. You don’t want to let tooth decay invade your mouth, aside from forming cavities, bacteria can also begin to […]