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Category: Dental Hygiene

How to Keep Dental Restoration in Excellent Condition

You can’t put a price on a beautiful smile. But if you’re wearing veneers, crowns, bridges, or implants, then you know that the beautiful smile you have now is actually a big investment. That’s why you want your dental restoration … Continue reading

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Jaw Clenching and Teeth Grinding – Causes and Treatments

Bruxism, also known to most people as teeth-grinding, is a condition in which a person clenches the jaws and grinds teeth involuntarily. This can eventually damage the teeth and may even cause headaches and jaw pain. Teeth grinding can affect … Continue reading

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Little Things that Cause Major Problems with a Child’s Teeth

Tooth decay is an issue that nobody wants to be dealing with, no matter how old they are. Parents, especially, get really worried when they find that their toddler’s first set of teeth are showing signs of decay. But is … Continue reading

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Is Your Dental Practice Giving Back to Your Community?

The beginning of the year provides everyone the perfect opportunity to help other people and to give back to their community. There are a lot of options for you. And whichever one you choose, keep in mind that aside from … Continue reading

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Dental Imaging Matters – Here’s Why

Proper dental imaging services require advanced technology and thorough training that are often so much more complex than what those outside the industry assume. There are a lot to consider like the 3D imaging and the modeling, as well as … Continue reading

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Diabetes and Your Oral Health – Is There a Connection?

Among common health conditions, diabetes is the one that is often associated with oral health. And it’s because diabetes can really cause dental problems. In fact, patients with either Type I or Type II diabetes are at a higher risk … Continue reading

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