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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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Break These 4 Bad Dental Habits Today

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No matter how well you keep up your dental care, bad dental habits can sneak up on you. Learn to how to cure bad dental habits before they do damage to your smile.

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See the Light About 5 Top Teeth Whitening Procedures

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You know you want a brighter smile, but you may not know which is the best teeth whitening method for you. There are many different ways to whiten, but these are the best for a brighter smile.

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Cavity Prevention

Quick Guide to Tooth Decay Prevention

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If you want to keep a healthy smile throughout life, tooth decay prevention should be a priority. Preventing cavities and gum disease are the primary functions of any dental care routine. Tooth decay can affect the outer enamel coating of a tooth and its inner dentin layer. When residue from carbohydrate-filled foods is left on the surface of teeth, the […]

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When and Why Should I See an Orthodontist?

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To speak, chew, and bite effectively, you need your teeth, facial muscles, and jaws to work in unison. When they’re working correctly, they’re usually aesthetically pleasing, too. When oral components are misaligned, an orthodontist can help you solve the problem. Orthodontists receive specialized education and training after graduating from dental school. They are specialists in correcting alignment problems and accomplish […]

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Gingivitis and Periodontal Disease – Causes, Symptoms, and Prevention

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Periodontitis is an infection of the gums. It is generally related to poor oral hygiene. The condition begins as a mild inflammation around the base of your gums; this stage of gum disease is called gingivitis. As it advances, it can destroy the soft tissues and the bone that holds your teeth in place. Although periodontal disease is extremely common, […]

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How Proper Brushing and Gum Health Can Shape Heart Health

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Recently published research suggests that the health of your heart can be significantly impacted by the health of your gums, which is helped by thorough brushing. Gradual improvements in the gum health of the subjects of the study were reported to be linked to reductions in arterial plaque buildup, known to be a major cause of stroke and heart attack. […]

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Adding Flossing to the Dental Care Routine

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Floss, brush, rinse, repeat—well, almost. Flossing once daily is as important as brushing twice daily, making it one habit that you must teach your children. Children can begin learning about flossing as soon as two teeth emerge side by side. You can begin teaching them about the sensations and establishing the flossing habit at this early age. It isn’t always […]

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Sensitive Teeth

What Causes Sensitive Teeth?

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You may be all too familiar with the pain and discomfort of sensitive teeth and gums—that sharp, shooting pain that radiates from your tooth through your gum and seemingly throughout your body. It happens with the simplest of activities: eating, drinking, and sometimes even just breathing through your mouth. While you know all about the pain, you may not know […]

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Teen Dental Issues

Challenge Your Teens to Prevent Gum Disease

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Dental care is probably one of the furthest things from teenagers’ minds, but it’s important nonetheless. Approximately 60 percent of 15-year-old teens have gingivitis, the earliest stage of gum disease. Gingivitis is reversible with good dental care, but getting teens to pay attention to their teeth and gums may be a challenge. A personable, affordable dentist can help reinforce the […]

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