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6 Ways to Make Your Dental Care Efforts Even Better

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If you want to have a better smile, you must practice better dental care. Follow these helpful hints from the best dentist experts to make your smile its best and brightest.

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Drop Those Bad Dental Care Habits and Form Good Ones

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You may not pay much attention to your everyday dental care habits, but if they’re bad ones, they can sabotage the health of your teeth and gums. Every time you forget to floss, eat too many sweets without brushing, or open a bottle with your front teeth, you are increasing your risk of chipped or broken teeth, tooth decay, cavities, […]

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A Guide to Wisdom Tooth Extraction

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Your third molars, commonly known as wisdom teeth, usually show up in your teens or early twenties. Located in the far corners of the mouth, wisdom teeth have a reputation for causing trouble. If they are healthy and erupt properly, no action is needed. However, wisdom teeth often come in sideways and crowd other teeth, or they get stuck or […]

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It’s an Emergency – Should You See Your Doctor or Your Dentist?

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When a dental emergency strikes, knowing where to go and who to call could mean the difference between saving or losing a tooth. In some cases, it could even determine the future of your general health. Different injuries and conditions require different types of medical expertise. Treatment from the wrong provider could reduce the chances of a good outcome. In […]

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Wisdom Teeth Facts – All About Your Late-Blooming Molars

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Your wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, can be healthy, viable teeth. Unfortunately, for many people, these teeth are more of a problem than an asset. Wisdom teeth typically arrive in your late teens or early twenties. They may be positioned normally, but many grow horizontally or at an awkward angle that causes them to crowd other teeth. Impacted […]

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Maintaining Oral Health While Wearing Braces

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There can be little doubt that undergoing orthodontic treatment is a process in which short-term inconvenience can pay long-term dividends. If you are currently wearing braces or are contemplating getting braces for kids, you are surely looking forward to a beautiful outcome in the form of a stunning smile. In the meantime, good dental care must remain at the top […]

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Gum Disease is Ageless

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Many people associate gum disease with old age; however, in the United States alone, more than 60 percent of teens aged fifteen or older have some form of gum disease. That’s a pretty startling statistic, especially for a condition that you can prevent. Gum disease is the result of improper dental care. Twice-daily brushing (or, better yet, brushing after every […]

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Cavity Prevention and Dental Care Tips

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In terms of dental care practices, far too many individuals assume that there is no real harm in overlooking their brushing and flossing routines every so often. The truth of the matter is that neglecting to maintain the health of the teeth can have far-reaching effects on overall well-being. Those with poor oral health have a far greater likelihood of […]

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