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4 Benefits Of Getting A Comprehensive Dental Exam

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The key to enjoying good dental health will mostly lie in visiting your dentist as necessary. You should schedule a comprehensive dental exam biannually. Doing so will allow this professional to find some potential issues and work to repair these quickly. There are other advantages of going to the dentist you will want to know to motivate you to do so. Benefit #1: Finding cavities Of course, the key to reducing any damage to your teeth will rest in finding decay at the earliest time.…

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4 Things You Can Do At Home For Whiter Teeth That Don't Involve Whitening Products

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Teeth naturally start losing whiteness over time, becoming yellowed or grayish and dingy. If you regularly drink staining liquids, like coffee, tea or red wine, or if you are a current or former smoker, you’ll probably notice even more discoloration. At-home whitening toothpastes, strips or trays can help, but there are other things you can do to help keep your teeth looking their brightest and prevent further discoloration. Change Your Toothbrush​…

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Why Do You Have Bad Breath?

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Chronic bad breath is more prevalent than you might realize. When you suffer from it, you can feel isolated and be hesitant to reach out for help. However, chronic bad breath can usually be managed with the right treatment. If you have chronic bad breath, here is what you need to know. What Causes Chronic Bad Breath? Chronic bad breath is usually an indication that there is an underlying dental issue.…

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Four Tips For Retaining A Healthy Smile This School Year

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As the school year approaches, more and more kids fall into bad habits when it comes to retaining a healthy smile. This is usually due to the schedule changing and bedtime routines being interrupted by homework, as well as morning routines interrupted by the rush to get out of the door. On top of this, kids often lack the discipline needed to keep up with their healthy habits while at school and away from your care and attention.…

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Dental Implants May Be The Choice For You

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When you are missing a tooth, you can feel ashamed of how you look. You may wonder what you can do to fix the problem so that you don’t have to walk around with a gap in your smile anymore. One of the things you can do is to talk to your dentist about getting a dental implant: Dental Implants Dental implants are a two part thing. They consist of the post and then the tooth.…

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Helpful Information About Dental Veneers

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Teeth that are uneven and stained are not desired by most people that have them. Professional whitening and braces are a great solution when there are numerous uneven and stained teeth in your mouth. However, if the only teeth that are in such a condition are a few at the front of your mouth, dental veneers might be the best solution. A few tests might have to be done before a dentist is able to place veneers on your teeth.…

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Remember To Factor In These Two Costs When Getting Adult Braces

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When you get braces, the dentist will typically discuss the costs involved with the procedure. However, some costs may be overlooked or it may not occur to either you or the dentist that you should include certain things in your budget for braces. Here are two costs you should also set aside funds to pay for after you get your braces removed. Dental Support Appliances It can take up to 36 months to straighten teeth, depending on the severity of the misalignment, and there is no guarantee your teeth will maintain their position in your mouth.…

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2 Tips For Dealing With A Numb Mouth After Having Dental Work Done

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For most dental surgeries, such as tooth extractions, fillings, etc., you will have your mouth numbed. This is done to eliminate the feeling of pain during the procedure, and replace it with a feeling of pressure. However, the numb feeling that you experience during the procedure is often going to last for quite some time after your dental work is done. Not being able to feel your mouth can often be somewhat dangerous and can make doing some things a bit more difficult.…

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What Different Methods Are Used To Replace Missing Teeth?

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Having missing teeth often causes a very negative impact on the self esteem. Those who suffer from missing teeth often find it very embarrassing to smile at others or speak freely in social settings. Eating and chewing may also be difficult depending on which teeth are missing. Fortunately, this problem can be corrected so the person can regain confidence in their smile. These are some different methods that are used to replace missing teeth.…

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Choosing All On Four Implants Instead Of Dentures

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If your teeth are in ill health and your dentist has suggested the removal of all or most of your teeth, then you may be concerned about restoration. The two main restoration methods that are available to you include dentures and dental implants. It may seem like a daunting task to have all your teeth replaced with implants. The good news is that you do not need an implant roof for every single tooth.…

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