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Feb 26 2019
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Do I Have to Get My Wisdom Teeth Removed?

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Your wisdom teeth are the third and last set of molars that you get. For many people, these teeth erupt through the gums during the ages of 17 and 25 years old, although some individuals don’t get them at all. Wisdom Teeth Complications For some people, wisdom teeth break through the gums without causing any […]

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Feb 25 2019
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How to Determine When You Need a Root Canal

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Tooth pain is often a sign of serious issues with your teeth, which may include a root canal. Root canals are performed when the nerve of the pulp of the tooth becomes infected and inflamed due to dental decay, a cracked or broken tooth, or an injury to the tooth. Knowing more about this procedure […]

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Jan 22 2019
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When Should My Child Go to the Dentist?

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When children develop good dental health habits early on, it can improve their health for the rest of their lives. If kids truly understand the importance of brushing and flossing, they are more likely to avoid plaque, tooth decay, and other issues as kids, teens, and adults. With that in mind, it’s vital kids get […]

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Dec 17 2018
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What Happens When I Don’t Get a Cavity Treated

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When you have a cavity, you might not experience symptoms right away. When you do start to have symptoms, they might not seem severe enough for you to get treatment. Causes of Cavities Cavities occur when holes form in your teeth due to decay. This can happen when your teeth are covered in plaque, which […]

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Oct 15 2018
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What Happens When You Grind Your Teeth

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Grinding your teeth may seem like a harmless habit, but it can actually cause annoying symptoms as well as serious dental issues. What Causes Teeth Grinding? Sometimes the cause of teeth grinding (which is also called bruxism) can’t be determined. In other cases, however, it may be related to one or more of the following: […]

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Oct 15 2018
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How to Determine If You Have a Stress Cavity

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Stress can affect many parts of your body, increasing your risk of or worsening conditions ranging from heart disease to diabetes. It can also have a negative impact on your oral health, increasing the chances that you’ll have cavities. What are Stress Cavities? Stress cavities are those that are at least partially caused by stress. […]

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Sep 13 2018
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Myths About Invisalign

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Braces are commonly associated with metal brackets and wires, but Invisalign can help correct teeth and bite issues without many of the negatives associated with traditional braces. What is Invisalign? Invisalign is a treatment that utilizes a series of custom-made aligners to gradually straighten your teeth over time They’re designed according to a unique, digital […]

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Aug 17 2018
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How to Determine If You Need A Mouth Guard

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Are you considering mouth guards to protect your teeth? Custom dental mouth guards are used by athletes to defend the teeth and mouth from damage in sports. They can also be used by people who suffer from bruxism – tooth grinding – as a way to stop grinding during the night, when the sufferer is […]

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Aug 17 2018
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Botox & Dentistry

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Botox is most commonly known as a cosmetic treatment that helps give the skin a healthier and more youthful appearance. When used in cosmetic care, it temporarily reduces movement of small muscles in the face that tend to deepen lines and wrinkles. Some people have even reported other benefits to the use of Botox. Many […]

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Jun 13 2018
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When Is A Root Canal Necessary?

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What is a Root Canal? A root canal is a special procedure used to treat a severely infected tooth. It effectively preserves a tooth that has succumbed to infection or soon will. Although the treated tooth is no longer living, the root canal procedure allows you to maintain it and the chewing ability it provides. […]

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