Daily Archives: March 18, 2016

With all the benefits exercising has for your body, it’s surprising that athletes are at risk for poor dental health! Although athletes tend to take great care of their bodies, their teeth and gums can suffer due to some of the habits that athletes develop while performing exercises or...

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Apicoectomy Procedures for Damaged Teeth

Endodontics is the branch of dentistry that is involved with the inner portion of the teeth: the pulp and the tooth roots. Dentists and...

Can Oral Health Affect Athletic Training?

Studies have indicated that athletes tend to have frequent problems with their oral health, though the reasons for this are unclear. Experts believe the...

The Best Teeth Whitening Options for Sensitive Teeth

Getting your teeth professionally whitened is an easy way to instantly enhance your smile and increase self-confidence. Teeth whitening is a popular in-office treatment...

Bone Grafts: The Foundation of a New Smile

What is a dental bone graft and why would anyone need one? Bones in our jaws are essential to our teeth. Teeth are supported by bones,...

Specialty Dental Treatment for Your Budget

Our smiles are so important to our health and body. We want our teeth to look their best and be healthy for life. What...