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The holiday season can really be the most wonderful time of the year. Of course, it makes for a rough January if you don’t treat your teeth right. With all of the extra goodies being passed around, and people being busy with travel, proper oral care often gets neglected...
Braces are usually viewed as a young person’s option. However, you shouldn’t have to be unhappy with your smile just because you didn’t receive orthodontic care as a youth; that’s why orthodontics for adults exists! In particular, we’re going to discuss the benefits of Damon Braces, a smart and...
The short answer is yes: diabetics are more susceptible to oral health problems. But not to fear - there is something you can do about it! We are going to discuss how diabetes affects oral health, warning signs to look for showing that diabetes is taking a toll on...
Diet and oral health go hand-in-hand. The fact is, however, that dental professionals usually focus on the negative. "Don’t eat sweets! Don’t use artificial sweeteners! Don’t drink colas!" You get the idea. Instead, this article will focus on the positive. Here are five delicious foods and drinks that you...
Your child’s dentist does more for your young one than just check his or her teeth for cavities. What kinds of things do children learn from their dentist? Consider some of the following ways in which a good dentist also proves to be an extraordinary teacher to young children...
Has your dentist recommended that you have your teeth sealed? In order to make an informed decision, you may want to know what dental sealants are. We’re going to discuss what sealants are made from, what teeth should be sealed, and how long they last. This will help you...
There is really no comparing custom fit to one-size fits all in the clothing world and the same holds true when it comes to sports mouthguards. The difference is that while custom fit clothes can be the difference between making a good first impression over seemingly sloppy, a custom...
Whether a person is missing several teeth or just one, it can make a significant impact on everything from one’s ability to chew to a person’s willingness to smile in front of a camera. When it comes to filling in the gaps, there are a number of options. However,...
Are you experiencing compression pain when you chew or other symptoms of a problem with the root of a tooth? Has your dentist told you that you need a root canal? While a root canal may not be at the top of your list of desires, ignoring your dental...
You may not love going to the dentist, but you shouldn’t shy away from a professional dental cleaning every six months. After all, a regular professional cleaning may prevent cavities and keep you from needing less-pleasant dental work. That’s not the only benefit, though. Consider the following reasons for...