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Your child’s primary teeth will begin to fall out anywhere from age six and on, when the adult teeth start pushing their way in. However, just because your child’s baby teeth fall out doesn’t mean that they shouldn’t be properly cared for. Primary teeth are essential to the healthy development of adult teeth, …

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Dental implants are an excellent choice for missing teeth. These sturdy tooth replacements consist of a titanium post inserted into your jaw then placing a dental crown on the end. Dental implants have many benefits for your smile compared to other traditional tooth replacements. Here, cosmetic dentists answer …

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Halitosis, the technical term for bad breath, happens to all of us at times. That morning you were in such a hurry you forgot to brush, the time you ate garlic bread at the team lunch. It’s normal at times depending on your oral health habits. However, experiencing chronic bad breath is not normal. If you find …

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Breathing through your mouth usually only happens at certain times: when you have a cold and can’t breathe through your nose, possibly during intensive exercise, and if you have a medical condition such as asthma. However, mouth breathing isn’t considered normal and it can even be harmful to your oral health. If …

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Our genes influence nearly everything about us, so it’s certainly true that aspects of our dental health would be linked to our parents and other family members. However, just how much of our oral health is the result of our genes and how much is influenced by our actions? The truth is that both play a role in how …

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Although cosmetic dentistry is designed to fix aesthetic issues with your smile, its effects often run much deeper than that. Restoring your smile often gives you the confidence in your appearance that may be lacking, therefore resulting in a more optimistic outlook on life and more positive experiences. How can …

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Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Disorder consists of a series of disorders that affect the joint where your jaw attaches to your skull. These conditions are often painful, leading to jaw soreness, inability to open the mouth all the way, and muscle tension. Did you know that certain habits can aggravate your TMJ …

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We all know that sugar can lead to tooth decay as well as a variety of other health problems. But what about artificial sugars? Many people who can’t consume added sugar such as diabetics turn to artificial sweeteners as an alternative. Since there are many sugar-free options available, this may seem like the …

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Sugar is the only cause of tooth decay in both children and adults, according to a study published in the BMC Public Health journal. That’s a really scary thought, especially for your kids who love to tuck into sweets, chocolate, and cookies on a regular basis. Although you can’t always control their sugar eating …

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A gap between two teeth in your smile is technically known as diastema. This gap could happen between your two front teeth or between any of your other teeth. You might also have a missing tooth that causes a gap you’d like to close. When it comes to your treatment for closing the gap in your smile, you have …

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