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Gum disease affects nearly half of the American population and can wreak havoc on your smile. Although it affects your gums, your gums are essential for your teeth. When the gum tissue gets damaged through gum disease, teeth can become loose and fall out. The main causes of gum disease are usually easy to control …

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You have the option of having straight teeth at any age. There’s no age bracket for orthodontic work. In fact, over one million people who are receiving orthodontic treatment are adults! You’re not alone in seeking a perfect smile and you have options when it comes to less visible forms of treatment. Here are your …

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Getting your child’s oral health care needs addressed is something to think about early on! Although many people put off the dentist until their child has a few teeth in, the truth is that your little one needs to get in to see an oral health care professional before that. As your child grows, seeking a …

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Adjusting to braces can be a challenge! The teeth are often sore in the days that follow the application of braces or an adjustment. It’s essential to properly care for your braces throughout your treatment—not just to protect your smile, but to receive a speedy treatment with minimal discomfort! So what foods …

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Two Phase orthodontic treatment means that your child’s orthodontist believes it’s best if your child receives two separate treatments of orthodontic care to properly treat any present or future issues. This type of care will usually help take care of problems with your child’s mouth early on and set up a …

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Considering orthodontic treatment leaves many questions in your mind. Whether you’re considering braces for your child or for yourself, it’s never too late to correct alignment and bite problems and have the smile of your dreams. Looking at some of orthodontic treatment’s most frequently asked questions can give …

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Wisdom teeth, often called third molars, are the last teeth to develop in our mouths. While some wisdom teeth are able to form fully and have room in the mouth, many people find that their wisdom teeth are impacted, or, not able to fully come through the gums and have a place in the mouth. As a result of this, …

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