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Cavity Prevention Advice for Everyone

Although many people do consider cavities to be a problem of childhood, these issues can affect adults as well. If you have teeth in your mouth, it’s possible to develop a cavity. Cavities occur because of plaque that can form on teeth. This acidic substance is created when the bacteria that normally live inside the human mouth break down the…

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Reasons and Remedies for Tooth Discoloration

Have you been suffering from a lack of self-confidence due to stained or discolored teeth? If so, then you’re not alone. This common problem causes many people to hide their smiles from the world. Learn what you can to do whiten your teeth and bring your confidence back. How Teeth Become Stained There are many different causes of stained teeth.…

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Why Flossing Is a Necessity, Not a Nice to Have

Even though we’ve been told for decades that brushing twice each day would keep the cavities at bay, that’s not strictly true. Dentists and the American Dental Association now state that you need to floss at least once daily in addition to your twice-daily brushing habits to ensure the best dental health. Otherwise, food particles that remain can cause tooth…

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Causes of Bleeding Gums and Gum Disease

We know that brushing our teeth is necessary, but it’s not usually high on our list of priorities. However, it should be. If you notice minor bleeding when you brush or floss, then you may need to be more dedicated in your oral hygiene regimen. Otherwise, you may develop gum disease, called gingivitis in its initial stage, and periodontal disease…

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Brush Up on the Benefits of Brushing

When you brush and floss every day, you fall into a routine. Hopefully, you learned good habits when you were young, but many of us didn’t or we slacked off if we did. A refresher course can’t hurt, just to make sure you’re maximizing your oral care routine. Healthy teeth and gums are important; they help you eat the foods…

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Invisalign: Frequently Asked Questions

No matter how impressive your outfit, it will be more impressive when it’s accompanied by an impressive smile. If you want your smile to be the best it can be, then the Invisalign system of aligner trays may be the answer for you. You’ll achieve the straight, even teeth that you´ve been dreaming of, and no one will know that…

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The Ten Most Common Signs of Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea affects more than 22 million Americans of all ages, both men and women. Sleep apnea is a medical disorder that causes individuals to intermittently stop breathing when they’re asleep. Read on to learn more about this disorder. Is There More Than One Type of Sleep Apnea? There are three types of sleep apnea: Obstructive sleep apnea, or OSA,…

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Are Cracked Teeth on the Rise?

Dentists are telling multiple media outlets across the country that they are seeing more patients with cracked teeth and fillings. Patients who may have engaged in teeth grinding in the past during occasionally stressful periods are grinding their teeth every night now. The coronavirus pandemic has gone on for months now with no end in sight. People are telling reporters…

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Dental Care Basics

An essential element in maintaining your overall health is keeping your mouth healthy. Since your mouth is the entry point to your digestive and respiratory systems, it’s imperative that you take good care of it so that you can eat, drink and speak properly. Healthy teeth and gums can help to reduce your risk of developing certain kinds of cancers,…

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Are Dental Implants Right for You?

What Is a Dental Implant? A dental implant is basically an artificial tooth root. The implant is surgically attached to the jawbone and provides a sturdy, permanent base for an implant-supported bridge or artificial tooth. Dental implants can be used to replace multiple missing teeth, a single tooth, or even a complete upper and lower set of teeth. Compared to…

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