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Category: Dental Problems

Nervous About Going to the Dentist? Sedation Dentistry Can Help

Posted April 30, 2020

3 Minute Read: Many children and adults are perpetually nervous about going to the dentist.  For those with dental anxiety, dental appointments are often avoided at all costs, which is dangerous to your oral and overall health. Missing your check-ups makes it challenging to detect developing dental problems, and once a problem has progressed, the […]

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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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Dental Problems: Why It’s Important to Address Them Immediately

Posted July 22, 2016

A chipped tooth, sore gums, sensitivity, or other types of oral pain and discomfort are no doubt an inconvenience to manage. In hopes of avoiding an extra trip to the dentist, you may think it’s just fine to wait until your next cleaning to get such problems assessed. However, procrastination often makes matters worse, costing […]

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How Does Emergency Dentistry Work?

Posted May 03, 2016

Picture this: It’s the first day of your summer vacation. The fresh ocean breeze and the sound of the waves find you completely relaxed in a hammock beneath a palm tree. Without a care in the world, you take a sip of the ice-cold beverage in your hand and suck in a piece of ice […]

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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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Are Bad Teeth Hereditary?

Posted November 12, 2015

“Brush your teeth” and “floss more often” are the two phrases that most people expect to hear when they sit in the dentist’s chair. Yet, while some people have poor oral hygiene habits and rarely get cavities, others take excellent care of their teeth and still get cavities and gum disease. Good oral hygiene care […]

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How Porcelain Veneers Can Dress Up Your Smile

Posted February 17, 2015

How Porcelain Veneers Can Improve Your Teeth Your smile speaks volumes about you. A wide, full smile usually tells others that you are open and friendly. A pursed, straight-line smile typically indicates that you are shy and closed off. Healthy, clean teeth are the mark of someone put together and organized. Have you stopped and taken […]

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Is It Bad to Grit Your Teeth?

Posted September 16, 2014

The muscles we use for chewing and speaking are some of the strongest muscles in our body. Four muscles in particular make it possible to speak, close our mouth, chew, and move our mandible (lower jaw) from side to side. When our mouth isn’t practicing any of these normal functions, the upper and lower teeth […]

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What Causes Tooth Enamel Damage?

Posted August 06, 2014

Tooth enamel is the hardest substance in the human body, built to withstand literal wear and tear on a daily basis as we bite, speak, clench, and chew. Each year, your enamel will wear down an average of eight micrometers from normal factors, but there are several factors that can accelerate its decline. Acid Acid […]

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Why You Need to Pay Attention to Your Gums

Posted June 30, 2014

If you’re like most people, you trudge through the motions of your morning routine while your mind is busy reeling about the day’s agenda. Out of habit, you quickly brush your teeth, floss (maybe), and look forward to moving on to your next task. You many not even notice if you have puffy or bleeding […]

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