Blog Posts in September, 2015

Why Straight Teeth Are Better for Your Health

Crooked or misaligned teeth can make it much more difficult to maintain good oral hygiene, resulting in dental problems that can affect your overall health. Luckily, it’s much easier and quicker ...
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A Look at Dental Crowns

As you age, your risk of developing dental problems such as receding gums and periodontal disease increases, often leading to tooth loss. If you’re at risk for tooth loss, a dentist near you may ...
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What Causes Xerostomia?

Xerostomia, also known as dry mouth syndrome, is a condition in which there is not enough saliva naturally produced in your mouth. Saliva is very important to your oral health, as it cleans out the ...
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Teeth Grinding and Your Dental Health

Teeth grinding, or bruxism, typically occurs overnight while you’re sleeping. It can be the result of anxiety, stress, a sleep disorder, or the structure of your teeth and jaw. Those suffering ...
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Signs that Sedation Dentistry May Be Right for You

You are not alone if you feel anxiety or fear about visiting a dentist near you; however, dental anxiety can prevent you from getting the dental care you need. With sedation dentistry, your dentist ...
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A Better Smile with Veneers

If you’re unhappy with your smile because your teeth are discolored, chipped, or crooked, talk to a dentist near you about porcelain veneers. Veneers can improve your smile by making it whiter, ...
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The Basic Anatomy of a Tooth

Understanding basic tooth anatomy may help you better describe the source of any dental pains or problems to your dentist. Most people don’t know all of the complex elements that make up each ...
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Treating Gum Disease

Gum disease, or periodontal disease, can lead to serious dental problems, such as tooth loss. It can be caused by poor oral hygiene, which leads to plaque and tartar buildup, which then causes ...
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