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Dental Care Tips For People Of All Ages

Whether you came to this blog to learn about caring for your child's baby teeth or if you need information on dental implants, you'll find what you're looking for here. While we always recommend that you discuss your concerns with your dentist, our blog is an excellent starting point that can offer you immediate answers to some of your most pressing questions. This site not only provides our readers with the latest tips on dental care, but it also touches on ways in which chronic health conditions can affect your oral health. We want our readers to be well-informed dental patients and we hope we can help you do just that!

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How Can You Prepare Yourself For A Dental Bridge?

Your smile is an important part of your facial features, so you'll want it to look its best. If you need teeth restored, one option that may be recommended is a dental bridge. A dental bridge is a great alternative tooth replacement option and is beneficial in most circumstances. The following information can be helpful if you are considering a dental bridge to restore missing or broken teeth: What Happens at Your Consultation? Read More 

Common Problems Associated With Dental Implants

Artificial tooth roots that are placed into the jawbone surgically are known as dental implants, and they can be an option for people that are missing one or more permanent teeth. The process of inserting artificial tooth roots is known as the dental implant procedure. It is common for surgical procedures to be associated with various internal and external factors that lead to complications, which makes it essential to highlight some of the common problems associated with dental implant procedures. Read More 

3 Things You Shouldn’t Do Before Visiting A Dentist

Whether you are going in for a major procedure or just a general check-up, many people who visit a dental office like to be prepared and make sure they are presentable. While it is always a good idea to be ready and prepared for your dentist, sometimes people can take this a bit too far and actually make the visit harder than it needs to be. While brushing your teeth beforehand is perfectly fine, there are a few things you should not be doing before you go to a dental office. Read More 

Why Your Orthodontist Really Wants You To Have Straight Teeth

When you think of straight teeth, you might think of a novelty that isn't a dental necessity but nice to have. Your orthodontist, who is a specialist in teeth alignment and overall mouth distortions and abnormalities, has other reasons for wanting you to have straight teeth. If you haven't considered them before, here's an opportunity to do so and learn just why your orthodontist really wants you to have straight teeth. Read More 

Accessing Dental Care For Children With Tourette Syndrome

Tourette syndrome is typically diagnosed before puberty, with most cases identified when a child is five to seven years old. A conclusive diagnosis is not immediately given, with physicians generally needing to note at least two recurring motor (physical) tics, along with a recurring vocal tic before determining that your child is in fact experiencing Tourette syndrome. These symptoms must be present (recurring) for at least a year, which accounts for the variance in the average age of diagnosis. Read More