Nervous About Going To The Dentist?

If you are afraid of the dentist, you are definitely not alone. Many people experience a bit of nervousness before a dental appointment. In fact, some studies have shown that up to 75% of all patients endure feelings of apprehension.…
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It’s Easy to Get Straight …. With Orthodontics!

Is there an overbite that you’d like to address? Do you wish your teeth were a little straighter? Orthodontic procedures provide an improved alignment of teeth so that you can speak, bite and chew more comfortably and effectively. And, orthodontics…
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Root Canal is Not the Enemy

What if you brush dutifully twice a day and floss meticulously yet you have a nagging toothache?  This may indicate an infected tooth that needs a root canal. Root canal is possibly the most dreaded words to hear from a…
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Medications That Can Affect A Smile

Medications are supposed to make you healthier but sometimes medications have side effects that can negatively impact oral health. Cough syrups, antihistamines and decongestants can lead to dry mouth and discoloration. Blood pressure medications can lead to discoloration, dry mouth,…
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Teeth Grinding May Cause Headaches

Teeth grinding and jaw clenching, medically known as bruxism, are common to many people. While occasional grinding and clenching can be harmless, if bruxism occurs continually, it can be very harmful to your dental health.  Chronic teeth grinding can result…
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Brighten Your Smile

  According to the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, when people were asked what they would most like to improve about their smile, most respondents wanted whiter teeth. Practicing good oral hygiene everyday is the most important part of keeping…
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With Age Comes Wisdom (Teeth)

Wisdom teeth are also known as third molars. They are the furthest back teeth in the dental arch.  Though they may not develop in some people, most commonly wisdom teeth begin to emerge in the later teen years. For some…
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Fresh Breath Tips

Bad breath, scientifically called halitosis, is embarrassing. It can have an impact on our confidence and our personal interactions. It is actually one of the most common reasons people seek dental treatment. Some of the most common causes of bad…
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Dental Checkups: A Necessity!

Proper maintenance goes beyond simply brushing your teeth twice a day and flossing. Regular checkups with your dentist are essential and the number of visits per year vary per patient. So why are these checkups so important? Although dental checkups…
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Benefits of Sugar Cutbacks

It has been drilled in our minds that a little sugar intake is okay if it is in moderation. But how much is too much? Studies show that Americans average 20 tablespoons of added sugar per day (excluding natural sugars)…
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