Preparing for Oral Surgery: What to Know

Like most other surgeries, oral surgery can often lead to feelings of nervousness and anticipation in the patient. Although this is normal, one of the best ways to ease this sense of anxiety is through an adequate understanding of what is needed to prepare for the surgery. Those patients w...

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What is Considered a Dental Emergency?

When you’re dealing with a dental problem, your dentist should be your first call. But what if you encounter a problem on a holiday, weekend, or in the middle of the night? If you’re dealing with a severe dental problem outside normal office hours, you will likely need an emerg...

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Pros and Cons of Invisalign Braces

Many people have the embarrassing issue of crooked or crowded teeth. One of the most obvious solutions for the orthodontic problem is to get braces, but with more and more teens and even adults needing their teeth straightened, there is another option known as Invisalign. Invisalign is a c...

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A Timeline for Your Child’s Dental Health

The first 24-months of your child’s life is a rapidly changing one for their mouths. Inside, tiny little teeth are bursting through their gums preparing them for the world of solid food. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends children visit the dentist once every 6-months...

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The Importance of Oral Health in Older Adults

  It’s well known that oral health is closely linked to overall health, especially when it comes to older adults. As you age, changes occur throughout your body, including in your mouth. These changes present a set of specific considerations when it comes to oral health in older...

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8 Tips to Help Keep Your Teeth Clean Between Cleanings

Everybody loves the fresh feeling they experience after going to the dentist for teeth cleaning. But how do you maintain that feeling in between cleanings? When it comes to dental care, it’s much easier to maintain a healthy mouth than it is to rely on the dentist to correct poor den...

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Your Overbite Guide: Causes and Treatment Methods

What is an Overbite? Overbites are identified when the upper teeth protrude over the lower teeth by a proportion of between 30-50%. It is what is medically referred to as a malocclusion. Oftentimes, an overbite can merely appear to be a problem with crooked teeth when in fact the person’...

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Most Common Signs of Gum Disease

What is Gum Disease? Gum disease, also called periodontitis, is an inflammatory condition that affects the tissue surrounding the teeth. Caused by plaque and bacterial buildup, gum disease is progressive and can result in tooth loss. It begins as a bacterial infection called gingivitis, wh...

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