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What Can Impact Your Dental Health As You Age?

August 5th, 2022
What Can Impact Your Dental Health As You Age?
What can impact your dental health as you age, and how can you keep your pearly whites as healthy as possible?

When you think of your overall health, are you also thinking about your dental health? Your teeth and gums are a significant piece of the puzzle, especially as we get older. So, what can impact your dental health, and how can you keep your pearly whites as healthy as possible? 

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How Cosmetic Dentistry is Different from Aesthetic Dentistry

July 28th, 2022
How Cosmetic Dentistry is Different from Aesthetic Dentistry
Aesthetic dentistry tends to be commonly overlooked but it actually focuses on the improvement of your overall smile.

For the most part, aesthetic dentistry tends to be commonly overlooked but it actually focuses on the improvement of your overall smile. In fact, typically aesthetic dentists usually are those that can help create a healthier looking smile. The reality is, aesthetic dentistry is usually referred to as cosmetic dentistry — focusing on the appearance of a healthy mouth and smile. Ultimately, there are some key things to differentiate between cosmetic dentistry and aesthetic dentistry — so you can actually know the difference. Here are the biggest differences associated with both cosmetic and aesthetic dentistry. 

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How to Handle Sensitive Teeth

July 22nd, 2022
How to Handle Sensitive Teeth
There are plenty of causes for sensitive teeth and you ought to see your dentist right away if your teeth are sensitive.

If you have tooth sensitivity, it might set your mind racing with possibilities. You may suddenly find yourself feeling discomfort or sensitivity whenever you consume hot, cold, sweet, or acidic foods and drinks. Brushing and flossing could even cause pain. Even breathing in cold air! There are plenty of causes for sensitive teeth and you ought to see your dentist right away if your teeth are sensitive. Once an underlying cause is established, that will be treated—but in the meantime, you also have to treat your sensitive teeth. Here are some possible ways to do so. 

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Key Warnings of Gum Disease You Shouldn’t Ignore

July 14th, 2022
Key Warning Signs of Gum Disease You Shouldn't Ignore
Gum disease is one of the more common issues people develop when their oral health isn’t as good as it should be.

There are certain things that can’t be ignored — particularly when it comes to your oral health and hygiene. In fact, having a healthy mouth is incredibly important towards your overall oral health in general. The reality is, there are significant dangers when you don’t properly care for your teeth. Ultimately, gum disease is one of the more common issues people develop when their oral health isn’t as good as it should be. Here are the key warning signs to be aware of when it comes to gum disease to help curtail any potentially disastrous issues to your overall health down the line.

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Different Ways to Fix a Chipped Tooth

July 7th, 2022
Different Ways to Fix a Chipped Tooth
Having a chipped tooth might be something you’ll eventually need to deal with regarding your oral health.

Unfortunately, we can all be clumsy occasionally. As a result, having a chipped tooth might be something you’ll eventually need to deal with regarding your oral health. In fact, whether it’s a cracked or broken tooth, there are some key things you will absolutely want to know when it comes to dealing with such an uncomfortable situation. The reality is, there are restorative and cosmetic dental procedures that can help repair a chipped tooth effectively and efficiently. Ultimately, the proper treatment for a chipped tooth will usually revolve around just how badly your tooth has been chipped. Here are a few different ways to effectively and efficiently repair or fix a chipped tooth. 

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Signs That You Might Have Gum Disease

July 1st, 2022
Signs That You Might Have Gum Disease
Early signs of gum disease are much more subtle.

Gum disease, or more accurately periodontal disease, ends up impacting almost half of the adult population in the US. It’s a chronic inflammatory disease that can cause damage to your gum tissues and even the bones that support your teeth. If left untreated, it can even cause your teeth to loosen or ultimately to your teeth falling out. Early signs of gum disease are much more subtle, though we have the rundown on what some of the common symptoms may be so you can be on the lookout.

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When and Why You Should Replace Your Toothbrush

June 23rd, 2022
When and Why You Should Replace Your Toothbrush
Having a toothbrush replaced regularly becomes increasingly important.

Do you remember the last time you replaced your toothbrush? If you can’t remember, it might be time to do so! In fact, while we throw out expired food and old clothes, yet oftentimes, people forget about replacing and throwing out their toothbrushes as well. The reality is, dental hygiene is incredibly important to your overall health which is why having them replaced regularly becomes increasingly important. Ultimately, to maintain optimal dental health, having a fresh toothbrush and replacing it often will really help your oral health in the long run. Here are some helpful tips to keep in mind when it comes to when and why you should absolutely replace your toothbrush routinely.

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The Best Plaque and Tartar Removal Guide

June 17th, 2022
The Best Plaque and Tartar Removal Guide
Today’s blog is a great guide for removing plaque and tartar build-up.

We all know that it is important to take care of our teeth. For many that is easier said than done. For whatever reason, be it a habit leftover from poor cleaning habits as a kid or simply a lack of time and attention, some people don’t have a good dental hygiene routine, even as an adult. Because of this, they get plaque and tartar build up that can cause cavities and other damage. It’s not too late to turn things around, however. Here is a great guide to removing plaque and tartar build-up and improving your dental hygiene routine.  

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What a Cavity Filling is Like

June 9th, 2022
What a Cavity Filling is Like
This might sound daunting, but getting a cavity filled is a low-risk and easy procedure.

If you’ve got a cavity, there is no need to fear. Cavities are very common, and plenty of people have had one at some point. The solution to getting rid of a cavity is having it filled. This involved replacing any decayed tooth material with a filling material created from composite resin, ionomers, amalgam, ceramics, or even gold. This might sound daunting, but getting a cavity filled is a low-risk and easy procedure. There are a few things you can expect to happen when you need to get your cavity filled. Note any procedures can differ from dentist to dentist. Read on to learn what a cavity filling is like!

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How to Improve Your Dental Hygiene

June 3rd, 2022
How to Improve Your Dental Hygiene
There may be some ways you can improve your dental hygiene with a few simple tricks.

We all have a good baseline understanding of how to take care of our teeth: brush twice a day and floss once a day. It’s that simple! While it’s great to stick to that routine, there may be some ways you can improve your dental hygiene with a few simple tricks. If you’re interested in stepping up your dental hygiene game, read on to find some new ways to upgrade how you approach your oral health.

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