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Taking Care of Your Dentures-DOs And DONTs
Taking care of dentures is super important because they serve a vital function for you. If you wear dentures, maintaining them is part of oral care for you. To ensure your oral health is optimal, follow these dos and don’ts of denture maintenance: DO take them out before you sleep Try not to go to bed with…
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Missing Teeth & The Importance of Dental Implants
Pull aside any adult and ask them what George Washington’s teeth were made of. Odds are most of them will say “wood.” And while they’re not entirely correct—his dentures actually included different replacement materials like human teeth, animal teeth, ivory and metal alloys—that example goes to show just how prominent false teeth have been in…
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Are Veneers the Dental Solution You’ve Been Looking For?
Whether you’re taking family photos or joining in on a family video call, you’re bound to crack a few smiles and share a few laughs! If your teeth have suffered wear and tear over the years, you may...
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Invisalign for Kids: Yay or Nay?
As a parent, you may have faced resistance from your children about getting braces. They fear being made fun of and called names like “metalhead” and that’s completely understandable. Invisalign treatment consists of a series of clear plastic trays developed and customized for your children’s teeth using 3D technology. With Invisalign, your child won’t have…
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How Often Should You Brush Your Teeth
A big part of maintaining your oral health, almost integral to it, is to clean your mouth regularly! Bacteria in the mouth can cause a lot of infections and not to mention, bad breath. With either of these conditions, you’re not going to be able to gel well in society. According to celebrity dentist, Dr.…
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Invisalign or Braces? Experts Help You Decide Which Works Best for You!
With virtually everyone (99.7%) of the population believing that a smile is an important social asset, it’s no surprise that demand for cosmetic dental procedures is increasing so rapidly. The most common cosmetic procedures include braces and Invisalign. These are important not only for their cosmetic benefits but also to make sure you have no bite issues. Before…
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Hate Flossing? X Alternates to Flossing You Can Try
An essential part of keeping your teeth clean and healthy is to clean between the teeth. This removes the plaque or else it can turn into tartar, which is even more challenging to get rid of. Hence, the emphasis by dentists on having a more regular flossing routine.  But let’s be honest. How many of us…
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4 Things Tooth Pain Can Mean
Most of us only take dental visits seriously when we start experiencing tooth pain, and some of us put it off even then. The most common characteristics of tooth pain are a throbbing ache in your gums, teeth, or even your ears. You can also get a fever or experience swelling in your gums or…
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All You Need to Know About Dental Insurance
Dental coverage in America is an untapped market. According to the American Dental Association (ADA), only 51.3% of children below the age of 18 and 59% of adults have private dental health benefits. While a majority of the population has dental insurance through Medicaid, not all dentists accept Medicaid insurance. In fact, only 38% of dentists accept…
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A List of the Worst Foods for Oral Health
Before we begin, we have to warn you; this list will contain some crowd-favorite foods, the inclusion of which will surely elicit a groan! Most of the foods on this list are spicy and delicious and easy-to-access. They offer a sudden burst of energy for a short amount of time. They’re also affordable to boot.…
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4 Effective Ways to Prevent Cavities
Who knew having ice cream could be so painful? The last time you had a bowl of your favorite Rocky Road, the pain was… intense, to say the least. Upon closer inspection, you notice that your teeth are a bit brown on the edges. Is it something you ate, or are these the symptoms of…
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Dental Lasers- What You Need To Know?
Innovation in the tools used in dentistry has introduced us to lasers as the latest technology to be used in dental procedures. This minimally invasive procedure provides an easy and relatively painless solution to gum diseases, cavities and other oral problems. It has been used in dental practice commercially for almost thirty years. The popularity…
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