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Category: Dental Bonding

How Does Dental Bonding Differ From Dental Fillings?

Posted May 21, 2020

2 Min Read Genetics, dietary habits, and facial trauma can cause your teeth to become stained, broken, or chipped. While not all of these issues affect the functionality of your teeth, they can harm your smile’s appearance. Even if you haven’t sustained any damage to your teeth, you may still be unsatisfied with their appearance. […]

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Filling the Gaps: Veneers, Implants and Dental Bonding

Posted November 06, 2019

3 min read Repairing broken, damaged teeth is at the heart of modern dentistry, allowing millions of people to have the smiles they want. Damaged teeth can be incredibly detrimental to our self-image. Teeth that are stained or starting to yellow work to prematurely age us and create an overall less attractive appearance. Repairing damaged […]

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How to Strengthen Your Teeth

Posted November 07, 2018

Even though tooth enamel is the hardest substance in the body, it can demineralize over time. Demineralization weakens the enamel and can lead to cavities, chips in the teeth, and tooth sensitivity. Once tooth enamel has worn away, it will not grow back, leading to more pain and cavities. The best way to deal with […]

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How to Stop Grinding Teeth

Posted April 28, 2017

Does your jaw ever feel sore when you wake up in the morning? If so, you could have bruxism. People with bruxism frequently grind or clench their teeth together. Since this can significantly damage the teeth, here are some tips to help you stop grinding your teeth. If bruxism has already led to notable tooth […]

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3 Ways to Fix A Chipped Tooth

Posted January 03, 2017

The majority of people will chip a tooth at some point in their lifetime. Constant wear in a particular spot can weaken enamel until it breaks off. You might also bite down on hard food or be involved in an accident that chips and breaks your teeth. Whatever the cause, there are a few options […]

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The Top 3 Oral Health Problems and How To Prevent Them

Posted October 01, 2016

A recent survey by The Health Policy Institute, a research division of the American Dental Association, found that the top three oral health problems facing Americans today are dry mouth, difficulty biting and chewing, and pain. Dry Mouth Of the 15,000 survey respondents across all states, the top issue was dry mouth (also called xerostomia), […]

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Am I Prone to Cavities?

Posted September 28, 2016

It is common knowledge that brushing your teeth, flossing daily, and maintaining your dental hygiene appointments will help keep cavities at bay. However, many people, despite their best efforts, may actually be more prone to cavities than those who slack on their oral hygiene. Why all the unfairness? The True Cause of Cavities There is […]

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Why Are My Teeth So Sensitive?

Posted March 10, 2016

Do you find yourself taking a sip of hot coffee or eating ice cream and clenching your teeth in pain? Ouch! Why do some people have teeth that are more sensitive than others? Having sensitive teeth can make it difficult to eat and exercise normal hygiene habits. The wearing down of teeth and tooth enamel […]

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The Kevin Sands Dentistry Difference

Posted February 25, 2016

A bright, beautiful, and healthy smile is often the goal when a person makes a trip to the dentist. It is no surprise that the teeth, as the center of the face, can affect the overall facial profile. An attractive smile is what everyone wants to achieve, so why not get it done in style? […]

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Oral Health for Overall Health

Posted October 30, 2015

If you’re like most people, you probably think that brushing and flossing are just for keeping those pearly whites healthy and beautiful. However, did you know that your oral health can affect the health of the rest of your body? Your mouth is an entryway into your body, so problems in your mouth can easily […]

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