How Composite Bonding Can Fix Your Smile

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Composite bonding is a procedure in dentistry that is used for a wide variety of problems. The material is crafted from a composite resin that hardens to look and feel like tooth. If you aren't familiar with dental bonding or what it can do for you, check out these four problems that can be corrected with composite bonding. Crooked/Gapped Teeth Most of the time, crooked and gapped teeth are corrected with braces, because braces are the most effective at re-positioning teeth.

11 July 2018

Taking Care Of Your Implants After You Have Them Implanted

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So, you got dental implants. After you recover from the pain and soreness and your gums have begun to heal around them, you will want to know how to care for them. After all, dental implants are not anything like your natural teeth. They are a form of cosmetic dentistry that can help change your smile, but you do not care for them in the same way as your teeth. 

9 April 2018

Habits That Jeopardize Your Child's Oral Health

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Like adults, children can form habits that are detrimental to their wellbeing. Some habits may even cause damage to the teeth and gums.  Here are several childhood practices that can jeopardize a child's oral health. Thumb-sucking Some kids suck their thumbs throughout their childhood. The habit, which may seem cute at first, can cause the teeth to become misaligned.  Many thumb-suckers suffer from buck teeth, a condition in which the central incisors of the upper palate jut out past those of the lower palate.

9 April 2018

Preventive And Restorative Dental Services

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There are multiple types of dental services. Some are preventive, and some are restorative.  Preventive services are used to protect the health of your teeth and gums. Restorative procedures help restore the state of your mouth after damages have occurred.  Here are a preventive service and a restorative application that your dentist may provide. Preventive Preventive services are often provided during routine dental visits. The application for most preventive services, such as fluoride treatments, is quick and painless.

9 April 2018

3 Tips To Help You Overcome Your Fear Of The Dentist's Office

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If you don't enjoy going to the dentist's office, you're not alone. Not many people like the idea of going under the drill. But for certain people, the thought of going to the dentist's can actually cause them to hyperventilate or become queasy. If this description also sounds familiar, you should know that you're not powerless. By planning in advance, you can make it through your next dentist appointment with mind and body intact.

14 March 2018

Four Things To Look For In A Children's Dental Office

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When searching for the right dentist for your little one, it's normal to focus on the dentist themselves. But while it's certainly important to look for a dentist who is kind to your little one and who has the education to provide excellent pediatric dental care, you should also look at the dental office. Here are four qualities of a dentist office that suggest it's the proper one for your kids.

12 February 2018

A Few Questions About Invisalign Treatments Addressed

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The quality of your child's smile will have a number of sizeable impacts on their quality of life. However, it is a reality that many people are unfortunate enough to suffer from misaligned teeth. If treatments are not administered, these alignment issues will worsen until they are able to cause serious problems for the child's teeth. While Invisalign treatments can be very effective in helping to correct these issues, a lack of information about this type of dental treatment can make it harder for parents to evaluate whether this is a suitable treatment for their children.

17 January 2018