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If you sustain a facial blow during sports activities or a traumatic accident, your teeth can easily be knocked out of their sockets. While it’s a horrible experience that you probably don’t want to think about, knowing what to do to save a knocked-out tooth in an emergency situation could one day help you avoid costly dental restorations. If an…Continue reading
Did you know that missing teeth can do damage to your appearance and dental health? But replacing lost teeth with dental bridges can save you from these problems. Discover the five main ways that dental bridges can save your smile. Returning to a Better Smile Longing for how you looked before you started losing teeth? You’re not alone. Dental bridges…Continue reading
Teens have always struggled with self-esteem, especially regarding their appearance. And when they have to wear noticeable metal braces, their confidence is challenged even more than before. But today, teens with orthodontic needs can keep their self-esteem in the clear with Invisalign for teens. A Clearer Look at Orthodontic Care For decades, a teen’s only choice for braces were big,…Continue reading
If your jaws hurt or you’ve noticed a clicking or popping sound when you open your mouth, you may be suffering from a temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder. TMJ problems are especially common in young women and may lead to a number of seemingly unrelated symptoms. Getting dentist care for TMJ problems can help you manage the symptoms and improve your…Continue reading
Good oral health is an essential part of a child’s overall health, yet it’s often overlooked or neglected in very young children. But a child’s early oral health habits can affect their later dental development. That’s why parents must get an early start with a pediatric dentistry specialist to prepare and protect their kids for a lifetime of good dental…Continue reading
Is your dentist an important part of your overall health plan? You may not think there is a connection between cavities or gum problems and any other health conditions you may suffer, but your oral health actually plays a huge part in your overall well being. Medical and dental researchers are learning more about the connection between the two, and…Continue reading
Dentists refer to bad breath as halitosis. But regardless of its name, it’s a challenging condition for millions of people. Luckily, bad breath is easy to treat, and even prevent, with a few simple steps. How Oral Hygiene Habits Affect Your Breath Family dentistry experts warn that the quality of oral hygiene corresponds to your breath. The better your habits,…Continue reading
While it’s common for kids to be picky eaters, this becomes cause for concern when it goes beyond a preference and develops into a pediatric eating disorder. Discover what you need to know to detect and prevent the problem. The Two Most Prevalent Pediatric Eating Disorders Over the last few decades, the issue of children with eating disorders has become…Continue reading
Cosmetic dentistry offers you several options for restoring a damaged or unsightly tooth. Crowns and teeth veneers are two of the most common choices. Both can correct a variety of cosmetic and general dental problems such as crooked teeth, spaces between teeth, old or discolored fillings, broken teeth, chips or cracks, and more. Although their function is similar, crowns and…Continue reading
The Formula for Protecting Your Child from Baby Bottle Tooth Decay From the moment that infants and toddlers start getting their baby teeth, they are at risk for tooth decay. According to pediatric dentists, the most common dental concern for children in the US is a condition called baby bottle tooth decay. Learn more about this dental disease and how…Continue reading