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The Best Dentist Advice for Caring for Kids’ Teeth

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For your child to have a healthy smile as they grow and mature, they must develop good dental care habits at an early age. Try these trusted tips to give your child a healthy head start.

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5 Bad Dental Habits Threatening Your Teeth

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Face it, we all have a few bad dental habits that we know we need to deal with. Rather than wait until they cause problems and pain, find out how to cure bad dental habits with these savvy smile solutions.

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4 Bright Ideas for Keeping Teeth White

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Wouldn’t it be nice if your teeth could be whitened once and stay stain free forever? Unfortunately, stains quickly start appearing after teeth come into contact with darker foods and drinks. To find the best teeth whitening method for you, try these helpful hints.

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Cavity Prevention

Tips for Tooth Decay Prevention

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Keeping your healthy smile is easier when your dental care routine focuses on preventing cavities. Whenever you eat carbohydrate foods like cookies, chips, and crackers, they coat the surface of your teeth. When bacteria in your mouth convert the filmy residue into acid, it begins to slowly dissolve your enamel and the dentin layer beneath. The process creates small holes […]

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Tips for Wearing Braces

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Dental braces are the most common solution to crooked teeth, poor upper and lower jaw alignment, and pressure on temporomandibular joints. Braces may also improve structural aesthetics of the face. The alterations to the mouth and face with use of devices such as braces and dental appliances, is a branch of dentistry known as orthodontics. Orthodontics can be used to […]

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Causes, Symptoms, and Consequences of Periodontal Disease

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Periodontal disease starts as a mild and reversible inflammation at the base of your gums called gingivitis. In most cases, the condition is related to poor oral hygiene practices. If not treated, the infection progresses to include the soft tissues and supporting bone that holds your teeth in place. Although gum disease is extremely commonplace, it is almost always preventable. […]

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Follow a More Comprehensive Tooth Brushing Routine

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Many people underestimate the importance of proper tooth brushing. Although you know it is a habit never to be forgotten, you rarely consider the impact missing just one tooth brushing session can have on your health or how much dental care technique has to do with efficacy. You may have been brushing your teeth long before you could utter the […]

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The Importance of Dental Care for Baby Teeth

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Many people may be under the impression that it’s not important to care for baby (primary) teeth; after all, they are only temporary. However, the tissue surrounding those teeth is forever and you need it to last. Teaching your child to care for his or her teeth at an early age is extremely important. These habits will stay with him […]

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Sensitive Teeth

Understanding the Basics of Sensitive Teeth

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At one time or another, almost everyone has experienced sensitive teeth. In most cases, this is a sudden, painful sensation that may arise while eating or drinking things that are excessively hot, cold, or maybe even sweet. The key to knowing how to help sensitive teeth and gums involves distinguishing between dentinal sensitivity and pulpal sensitivity.

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Teen Dental Issues

The Teen Challenge – Avoiding Gum Disease

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Although dental care isn’t usually a teenager’s top priority, it’s important to prevent gum disease in the teenage years. About 60 percent of 15-year-old teens have the early stage of gum disease known as gingivitis. Some teens are fortunate enough to have an affordable dentist who will help monitor their habits. Dentists can provide quick intervention when dental care is […]

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