4 Warning Signs You Have A Cavity

Posted on: 13 July 2018
The key to taking care of your dental health is by seeing a general dentist on a routine basis. Doing this will allow for any issues to be found and treated during the earliest stages. For instance, one of the most common concerns for any dental patient is getting a cavity. Of course, you may experience many signs that indicate you have this problem and knowing what those are can be helpful.
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How To Make Your Teeth Whitening Results Last

Posted on: 18 June 2018
Teeth whitening is one of the most popular cosmetic treatments out there—and for good reason. The treatment is quick, safe, and relatively affordable. In fact, if you take really good care of your teeth, the results could last years! Here are some tips to help you maintain your whiter tooth shades. Avoid Staining Products Drinks like black tea, coffee, cranberry juice, beer, and wine. These drinks contain tannins, which are naturally occurring compounds, that are actually used as dyes for making ink and tanning leather.
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Preparing For Your Dental Implant Surgery

Posted on: 16 May 2018
Dental implants are prosthetic devices that are inserted into the bone of the jaw to replace the roots of missing teeth. After an implant wound has healed, the implant is covered by a connector and a dental crown, bridge, or denture. For the patient, the resulting restoration is natural in appearance and functionality.  If you have one or more missing teeth, your dentist may have already scheduled your implant surgery. As the date of your procedure nears, you will need to prepare.
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Modern Dentistry Makes It More Comfortable For You To Undergo Dental Procedures With Sedation Dentistry

Posted on: 13 April 2018
Adults and children in their first visit to a dentist do so with some trepidation as the dental assistant gets the dental tray ready for your dentist. A good idea that works for lots of dental patients is to not look at the instruments in that dental tray. Quite frankly the best thing to do as an adult or child is to close your eyes once the procedure begins so that you can't view any of those sharp instruments.
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