Living Through Premature Tooth Loss

Orthodontic Appliances For Wind Instrument Players

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Having straight teeth can help you feel confident about your appearance. However, straight teeth do not come naturally for some people. As a result, many people who want perfectly aligned teeth must use an orthodontic appliance to achieve the results they want. Although there are many appliances available for use, they may not allow you the freedom to enjoy hobbies that involve your lips. For instance, if you regularly play a wind instrument, you may not be able to position your lips properly, since many orthodontic devices rest on the front surface of your teeth for the duration of your treatment.…

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Seeing A Dentist Before An Organ Transplant

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If you’ve been waiting for an organ transplant and have learned that you may be receiving an organ soon, you’re probably overjoyed. However, there may be one more step before you can have your operation: you may need to see your dentist. Read on to learn why a dentist’s visit is a necessity and what that visit might entail. Looking for Infection Risk Most doctors and surgeons will recommend that you visit a dentist prior to having an organ transplant.…

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Children Dentistry: 3 Tips To Preparing Children For Their First Cleaning

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Your children’s first teeth cleaning experience can either make or break their feelings towards dentists. Children who had bad experiences often try to avoid going to the dentist afterwards, and may even develop some form of dental anxiety. Helping to ease your children’s first experience is important. Here are 3 tips on how you can attempt to do so. Explain the Importance of Getting Teeth Professionally Cleaned Children are smarter than you might think.…

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