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Over time teeth can yellow with age. Some of the worst offenders for this are certain medications, coffee, tea, wine, soda, and fruits like pomegranates, blueberries, and blackberries. These all wreak havoc on the color of your teeth, but thankfully there are options available for whitening your teeth.
February 28 is National Tooth Fairy Day! The tale of the tooth fairy is a fun and imaginative way to get kids involved in their dental health. On February 28, we celebrate the Tooth Fairy and all her little helpers that keep encouraging kids to brush regularly and maintain a beautiful smile. As the tale…
Partial dentures fit onto a metal frame that then attaches to your natural teeth. It is a removable alternative to bridges.
We all want a perfect smile that lights up the room. In order to keep those pearly whites healthy, check out our list of 5 common causes of yellow teeth.
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Did you know that the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry says tooth decay is the most common childhood condition? At 20 times more prevalent than diabetes and five times as common as asthma, this issue can affect many families. If left untreated, tooth decay can lead to intense pain and could require an emergency tooth…
It is never too late to straighten your smile! Braces are no longer an embarrassing procedure that leaves you with a mouth full of metal that you want to hide from everyone. We offer comfortable nearly invisible plastic options that fit comfortably in your mouth and don’t hurt your cheeks or gums.
It’s no secret that going to the dentist is not a child’s favorite activity. For some, it may even cause fear and anxiety. Fortunately, as a parent, you can use strategies to make your child more at ease during their dentist appointments. This will lead to calmer children benefiting from holistic dentistry. To ease the…
Dental care may not be at the top of everyone’s holiday wish list. But these stocking stuffer and gift ideas will keep your whole family smiling throughout the holiday season, and into the New Year.
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There are two types of full Dentures: Full Conventional Dentures and Immediate Full Dentures.
Years of drinking tea or coffee, smoking, and not enough dental maintenance can play havoc with your smile. If it has reached the point where you are no longer able to smile at yourself in the mirror it is time to do something about those teeth.
Whether you just moved or are simply looking for a new dentist, finding the right one is important to the health of your family. By knowing your priorities and asking the right questions, you can find a family dentist to provide specialized and routine dental care. Remember that you have the right to consider various…
Bright white, gleaming smiles can be found all over television and magazines, but is there any way for the average person to obtain a beautiful smile? Absolutely! Cosmetic dentistry can be used to fix dental issues and give you the gleaming, beautiful smile you deserve.
One traumatic experience at the dentist is all it takes to develop odontophobia–the fear of going to the dentist. Whether it was a painful shot, poor bedside manner, or being overcharged for a treatment, incidences like these can scar a patient for life. If you’re among the 20 percent of patients who have anxiety when…
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You may not know it, but you could have gum disease. The CDC estimates about half of the adults in the United States suffer from periodontal disease. Periodontal disease consists of inflammation that if left untreated, can cause you to lose teeth. If you notice signs of gingivitis like red or bleeding gums, speak to…
When children are young, it may seem like they are less susceptible to dental problems than adults. After all, they have a whole other set of teeth that will grow in. However, there are some common problems that can compromise your child’s oral health in the short and long term. The following are some of…