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What To Do in a Dental Emergency

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Dental Emergency

Injuries to the mouth and teeth, as well as other dental and oral emergencies can be extremely painful and should not be ignored. It is important that you know how to respond when there is a dental emergency in order to stabilize the condition of the injured individual.


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Benefits of Veneers

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Benefits of Veneers

Dental veneers are thin porcelain made shells made to correct cosmetic defects to the teeth. They are a common option for people with cracked or chipped teeth as they provide a quick fix to these defects. Dental veneers are a cosmetic dental addition as they do not correct the underlying defect but rather cover it up to make the teeth look good.


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Professional Teeth Whitening vs. Over-the-Counter Whitening Kits

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Professional vs OTC Whitening

As more people began to crave brighter and whiter smiles, teeth whitening has become increasingly popular over the years. Teeth whitening, as its name implies, is the process of removing discoloration from the teeth, leaving them sparkling white.


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Tips To Help Your Kids Have Good Dental Health

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Kids Good Dental Health

Taking care of the dental health of your kids is the responsibility of every parent. Statistics show that a fourth of preschoolers in the US already have a cavity with tooth decay being the most commonplace disease amongst children. Tooth decay in children can have serious consequences, preventing the child from sleeping, eating, playing, and learning properly.


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5 Popular Cosmetic Dentistry Treatments

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5 Popular Cosmetic Treatments

A combination of science and art, cosmetic dentistry can transform a person’s life by improving the appearance of their teeth and smile to boost their self-confidence.


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Emergency Dental Tips Leading up to the Emergency Appointment

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Emergency Dentist

If you are confronted with a dental emergency, the first thing to do is try not to panic. Easier said than done but keeping calm and taking some simple measures ahead of your emergency appointment can help you get through the unfortunate experience by making it less of an ordeal.


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How to Prevent Gum Disease

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Gum disease treatment

Gum disease is a serious problem that can result in tooth, bone, and soft tissue loss, and affect other parts of the body. It begins as gingivitis – inflammation of the gums which generally occurs when a film of bacterial plaque accumulates on and between the teeth.


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Transform Your Smile with Cosmetic Dentistry

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Cosmetic Dentistry

If you are unhappy with your smile, do not assume it is impossible to improve the appearance of your teeth and/or gums. All sorts of cosmetic dentistry treatments and procedures are available to beautify your smile. Let's take a look at some of the top options to improve your smile aesthetic, uplift your confidence and ensure you feel like your true self when surrounded by others. Each of these options is affordable, effective, and nearly painless.


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Dental Implant vs Bridges: How to know what’s best for you.

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Dental Implants

If you have lost a permanent tooth or teeth due to an injury, periodontal disease, or other reasons, you have several options to consider for replacement. The easiest, it would seem, is to do nothing. This is the least advisable option in the dental field because it is important to replace a lost tooth to maintain maximum function, maintain alignment of surrounding teeth, and to preserve a healthy smile. If a missing tooth is not replaced, over time, the teeth adjacent to the space begin to drift into its place and move out of alignment affecting function and facial contour. Alignment changes can cause bite problems and Temporal Mandibular Joint dysfunction (TMJ).


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