3 Reasons You Should See The Dentist More Regularly

Posted on: 28 February 2017
Between work, school, kids, and hobbies, it can be easy to forget about taking care of your teeth. The reality is you should see your dentist twice a year for regular cleanings and a checkup, but many Americans don't take their oral care seriously. The results can be devastating and lead to gum disease, tooth loss, or even a dangerous sinus infection. Just because your teeth look and feel healthy and you brush regularly doesn't mean you should put going to the dentist on your 'emergencies only' list.
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How Can Your Dentist Help With Tooth Whitening Sensitivity?

Posted on: 6 February 2017
If you have sensitive teeth, then you may shy away from certain dental treatments, like tooth whitening. This may be a good choice, unless you are unhappy with the yellow or brown stains on your teeth. If this is the case, then you can opt for a professional whitening. However, you should speak to your dentist about some other treatments and preventative measures that should accompany the whitening. Desensitizing Varnish If your teeth are sensitive after whitening, then this is typically caused by the exposure of the tooth dentin.
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Worried About Passing Down Your Crooked Teeth? 3 Signs That Your Child Needs To See An Orthodontist

Posted on: 13 January 2017
You know the pain of having misaligned teeth or an incorrect bite all too well, and its natural to hope that a crooked smile might have skipped a generation. Now that your child's adult teeth are growing in, you can't help but wonder if they will grow up to need braces. While it's not always possible to tell at first glance if there's a problem or not, noticing these three things are sure signs that it is time to see an orthodontist to get a professional opinion.
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Molar Pain Out Of Nowhere? What You Could Be Dealing With

Posted on: 6 January 2017
Dental issues can sometimes arise out of nowhere and cause you excruciating pain and discomfort. However, the reality is that whether the pain is sudden or not, no dental issue is without a logical cause. If you have sudden molar pain, you may be wondering what is causing that discomfort and pain. Get to know some of the potential causes for that pain in your molar so that you can get to the dentist or get the other treatment that you need to feel better as soon as possible.
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