Keeping Your White Teeth White

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If you have been lucky enough to be blessed with white teeth, then you want to make sure you do everything that you possibly can to keep those nice-looking teeth. If you aren't careful, you can look in the mirror one day and wonder what went wrong. The darker, more stained, and more discolored you allow your teeth to become, the harder, longer, and more costly it can be for you to get your teeth back to the beautiful white coloring that they once had naturally.

15 February 2017

Three Symptoms That May Indicate Your Have Gum Disease

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Gum disease is one of the more frequently encounter dental problems that patients will need to address. Unfortunately, gum disease is a condition that is often misunderstood by patients, and this might lead them to fail to seek treatment for this problem. In particular, there are a few symptoms that may indicate you have this problem and should seek medical care promptly. Chronic Bad Breath Bad breath is an embarrassing problem to have, and it may also be unpleasant for you due to causing a foul taste in your mouth.

15 February 2017

2 Herbal Oils To Help Your Child Soothe Pain Caused By Dry Socket

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Depending on how impacted your child's wisdom teeth are, the actual wisdom tooth removal surgery can be incredibly smooth and somewhat pain-free. However, taking care of the extraction site can be a task in itself. One of the main signs of healing after wisdom tooth removal is a blood clot. If a blood clot does not form, then your child will be battling dry socket. In addition, they will need to see their dentist in order to have the extraction site cleaned and patched up.

19 January 2017

2 Ways To Handle A Lost Filling

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If you have fillings, there is always the chance that something might happen to them and they fall out. It is a very small chance, but it still could happen. It could happen because more decay has gotten into the cavity and loosened the filling's grip on it, because you ate something that was very sticky and it pulled the filling out, or because you suffered some trauma to the mouth that damaged the tooth enough that the filling fell out.

14 December 2016

New Dentist, No Worries: 4 Ways To Ease Your Child's Worries

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You've found the perfect dentist in your area. After searching through online review after review, you narrowed your list down and made your choice. You called, made an appointment, and are ready to take your family to their first healthy mouth visit. But, wait. Your young child won't go. Nope. She's refusing to see the dentist, and you don't know what to do. It's okay. You can get through this and help your child to feel more comfortable with visiting the dentist.

7 November 2016

3 Ways To Preserve Jawbone Health After You Lose A Tooth

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The loss of a natural tooth due to decay or trauma can impact the comfort of your chewing and your self-esteem. But the loss of the tooth can also impact your jawbone health. A natural tooth's roots offer important stimulation that keeps the bone's cells and nerves flowing and reproducing. If the stimulation leaves with the tooth, the jawbone can quickly start to deteriorate. Deteriorating jawbone can threaten the health of nearby teeth and make it harder for your dentist to install certain dental replacements like dental implants or dentures.

7 November 2016

Questions Family Dentists Rarely Hear But You Should Be Asking

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People generally do not think about their teeth much. In fact, when your family dentist asks you if you have any questions for him/her or about your visit in general, you probably have nothing to say. Here are some examples of questions dentists rarely hear but you should be asking anyway. How Long Should Adult Teeth Last? Everybody knows (or at least has a good idea) how long baby teeth last, but do you know how long adult teeth last?

19 October 2016