Three Signs You Need to See a Dentist

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Almost no one wants to go to the dentist. It is something that you really have to do for your health, but few people enjoy it. There are some instances that seeing a dentist is absolutely necessary. Here are three signs you need to see a dentist in the near future. Dental Pain If you… Read more »

Guidelines for Good Oral Hygiene

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Your smile is important, and for reasons beyond your appearance. To protect your teeth, it is important that you have good oral hygiene habits. Good oral hygiene goes far beyond brushing your teeth. There are several things that you need to do on a regular basis, including seeing your dentist. Here’s what you need to… Read more »

Three Reasons to Schedule Your Dental Exam and Cleaning

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Do you tend to avoid the dentist? Most people do. Dental anxiety is a very real and sometimes debilitating problem that can keep you from getting the dental care you need. One of the things that you should really be doing for your oral health is getting a dental exam and cleaning at least once… Read more »

3 Facts to Know About Wearing Dentures

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Needing dentures may seem like a big undertaking, but soon after you get them you will find that wearing dentures is a normal part of everyday life. In fact, there are a lot of misconceptions about wearing dentures that you should dispel before actually heading to the dentist. Here are three things you should know… Read more »

How to Choose Dental Floss and the Basics of Flossing

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Your dentist has probably told you to floss your teeth, but many people are not aware that there are different kinds of floss. You may also not be aware of the proper way to floss your teeth. Use this guide to help you choose the appropriate floss and make the best use of it. Types… Read more »

The Link Between Tooth Decay and Other Infections

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If you have tooth decay, you are likely familiar with the pain and discomfort that comes with it. You may be putting off getting treatment from a dentist due to financial concerns or dental anxiety. It is very important that you do not allow tooth decay to continue without treatment. Tooth decay and infections of… Read more »

Protecting Your Teeth During Pregnancy

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Pregnancy is an important time for both you and your baby. As your body funnels nutrients to the baby, replenishing those nutrients becomes vitally important. Taking care of your overall health is also a must. Dental hygiene is no exception. Many women develop dental issues during pregnancy, but there are some steps you can take… Read more »

Photo Ready For the Holidays: Whitening Your Teeth

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From tea and coffee to age and neglect, there are many factors that might have caused your teeth to become stained and discolored. If you are living with brown and yellow teeth, you might feel too self-conscious to smile and let other people see your mouth. This has an impact on the entire quality of… Read more »

Joint Replacement, Antibiotics, and Dental Work: What’s the Connection?

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Have you undergone a joint replacement procedure recently? If so, you need to approach your dental work differently than in the past. It might seem odd that a joint replacement could influence a dental procedure, but it’s true. Many joint replacement patients need to take antibiotics before undergoing tooth extractions, root canals, and other dental… Read more »

The Connection between Gum Disease and Overall Health

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Oral health is all too often considered a matter unrelated to overall wellness. However, research continues to prove that oral problems create health issues throughout the body, not just in the mouth. This means that gum disease has the ability to significantly hinder your health and minimize your quality of life. Why Do Your Gums… Read more »