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What are Removable Dentures?

Although highly preventable, tooth loss affects millions of people across the world. Tooth loss harms their health, nutrition, speech, and self-esteem. People missing a tooth or teeth often stay home more often than they’d like due to embarrassment. Sadly, 69% of adults aged 39 -44 have lost at least one permanent tooth while 26% of […]

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Don’t Let Missing Or Damaged Teeth Make You Feel Self-Conscious

Living with an imperfect smile can cause a lot of anxiety and apprehension when dealing with others. Your smile is one of the first things that people see when they meet and greet you; whether you like it or not, your smile and the health of your mouth communicate to others much about you even [...]
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The Importance Of Going To A Skilled Dentist

The Importance Of Going To A Skilled Dentist Are you at a loss for how to go about choosing the right dentist? Concerned about choosing one that is skilled enough to handle your oral care needs? Whether you have recently moved to a new city, your favorite dentist is retiring, or you have just waited [...]
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Why Do I Need A Root Canal?

Many people experience fear when they hear the words "root canal". The images of pain and high deductibles come to mind as we put off making that call that would schedule the procedure and lessen our pain. How many of us actually know what a root canal is though? If you have been wondering about [...]
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At Home Dental Care Tips For Healthy Teeth

Good oral health does not start in the dentist's office, it begins at home. You set the stage for a lifetime of dental care, and the habits that you create and establish for you and your family members will determine what kind of dental experiences they have as they go through life. Regardless of what [...]
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Panoramic x-rays

Dentistry is one of many healthcare fields that is forever evolving. In response, more dental practitioners are embracing new technologies aimed at improving their patient's oral health. These advancements are especially noticeable when it comes to x-rays. For example, many dental practices have begun using panoramic x-rays as opposed to traditional bitewing dental x-rays. For [...]
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Facts About Tooth Whitening

Tooth whitening is a process that everyone should consider doing. It enhances your appearance, boosts your self-confidence, and inspires you to take better care of your teeth. With your new and improved smile, you can enhance your performance at work, experience a more vibrant social life, and attain a better quality of life overall. There [...]
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Periodontal therapy fuels the patient’s brush with good health

Dental phobia, according to the website colgate.com, is far more than the condition represented by those two simple words. It’s estimated that between 9 and 15 percent of Americans — 30 to 40 million people — avoid dentist visits because of fear surrounding the prospect for pain. They’ll go to whatever lengths to skirt care, often braving broken [...]
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How To Take care of Dental Crowns and Bridgework

Missing or broken teeth affect how you bite and chew. Also, depending on their position, they have a negative impact on your smile. That is why it is important to restore or replace them using cosmetic dental treatments such as crowns and bridgework. However, the longevity of these treatments is dependent on how you care [...]
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Understanding Why Dental Crowns and Bridgework are Still Used Despite the Availability of Implants

When you have damaged or missing teeth, dental crowns and bridgework are the only choices before resorting to dental implants or dentures. Dental crowns and bridgework offer superior alternatives to partial dentures that are difficult to clean and install. Dentures are too soft and can be scratched if you brush them using a regular toothbrush. This means that the partial denture piece has to be installed and uninstalled frequently, soaked, and eventually replaced. The metal retainers that hold them in place can irritate gums and cause gingivitis. Simply removing the teeth and living with large gaps is embarrassing and can significantly alter speech, the shape of your face, and eating habits. (more…)

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