4 Ways To Avoid Gum Disease And Premature Tooth Loss

Posted on: 17 September 2015
Gum disease and premature tooth loss run in your family. Now you're concerned that you'll lose your teeth prematurely and require dental implants too. Before you panic, it's important for you to know that heredity doesn't guarantee you'll lose your teeth or suffer from the same dental problems. In fact, there are some simple things you can do to avoid gum disease and tooth loss. Don't Skip the Dental Visits
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Why Aren't Your Teeth Responding To Whitening Products?

Posted on: 3 September 2015
There are a lot of home whitening products on the market now. And while they're effective for many people, they don't work for everyone. If you've got stains or discoloration on your teeth and haven't seen any improvement after using whitening products, all the positive reviews of these products may have you wondering why they work for other people and not for you. Most likely, this is because you have internal (or intrinsic) discoloration of your teeth.
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How To Take Care Of New Dental Fillings

Posted on: 17 August 2015
Dental fillings restore most of your original tooth's functionality regardless of what type you get or where it's located. Fillings can last a number of years, with some designed to last a decade or more, but proper care can help make sure they last a long time and don't allow any further damage to your tooth. A tooth with a filling will never be as strong as the original intact tooth, so taking good care of your fillings is very important.
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How Your Dentist Can Help With Sleep Apnea

Posted on: 31 July 2015
Around 25 million American adults have obstructive sleep apnea. Sadly, it can go unnoticed for years while it interferes with your daily life. It doesn't have to be that way though. Speaking with your dentist about an oral appliance may help you sleep well for the first time in years. What Is Obstructive Sleep Apnea Has anyone ever told you that you snore abnormally loud? You may have obstructive sleep apnea. This form of sleep apnea is caused when the soft tissues of your throat relax, obstructing the airway.
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