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Are There Home Remedies For Sensitive Teeth?

Feb 15, 2021

If you have sensitive teeth, then you are probably looking for quick relief. At-home treatment is usually the fastest thing you can try, but some of these are more effective than others. In this article, we’ll share the best home remedies for sensitive teeth- and what you should do for long-lasting relief. Getting Ahead of […]

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3 Ways To Get Straight Teeth Without Braces

Jan 30, 2021

Everyone wants straight, beautiful teeth. But are braces the only path to the smile of your dreams? Not necessarily! While braces are great, there are other ways to change the look of your teeth. Below, we’ll share three ways you can get straight teeth without braces. 1- Dental Veneers Dental veneers are a great alternative […]

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Do Dentists Need to Treat Cavities in Baby Teeth?

Jan 15, 2021

We all know the importance of treating cavities in adult teeth. But what about cavities in baby teeth? Lots of parents aren’t so sure. After all, won’t the infected teeth just fall out anyway? While, technically speaking, yes, the issue is more complicated than you might think. In this article, we will go over the […]

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Invisalign For Kids: Is It A Good Option?

Dec 30, 2020

Lots of younger patients are using clear aligners to straighten their teeth. But is Invisalign for kids really a good idea? Of course, the answer depends on your child- and the state of their teeth. In this article, we will go over the pros and cons of choosing Invisalign for kids. What is Invisalign? Invisalign […]

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What Causes Tooth Pain at Night?

Dec 15, 2020

Are toothaches causing you to lose sleep at night? If so, then you are not alone. Countless people deal with teeth, gum, or jaw pain in the evening hours. For some patients, the pain is so severe that it impacts their daily lives. Luckily, you don’t have to live with this pain. In this article, […]

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Choosing the Best Kids Toothpaste

Nov 30, 2020

Kids have their own unique dental needs. While oral care is important for the entire family, children should use toothpaste that is designed just for them. Luckily though, there are some great options on the market. Read on to learn how you can shop smarter for your kids’ toothpaste. Check The Label Checking the label […]

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What Patients Should Know About Amalgam Filling Replacement

Nov 15, 2020

Amalgam fillings- also known as metal fillings- were once the standard way to fill a cavity. However, filling technology has improved over the years. Dentists now use other materials (usually composite resin) to fill cavities. Below, we’ll explain why a filling replacement is often the best option. Switch to Non-Toxic Ingredients Many amalgam fillings contain […]

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5 Reasons You’ll Love Invisalign Clear Aligners

Oct 30, 2020

Patients have been using metal braces to straighten their teeth for decades. However, new technology like Invisalign is making the process even easier. These clear aligners offer the same great alignment changes as braces, along with other benefits. Below, we’ll share the top 5 things that patients love about Invisalign clear aligners. 1- A Comfortable […]

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5 Things you Should Know About Teeth Grinding – Bruxism

Mar 12, 2015

You don’t need to take your stress out on your teeth! But many of us, when stressed or anxious clench our jaws together and grind our teeth. This condition is called “bruxism”. Though hardly a conscious act, it can nevertheless be one with serious consequences.  Here are 5 things you need to know about Teeth […]

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No Need to Fear Root Canals

Mar 10, 2015

It seems we have all heard the root canal jokes from friends, family and even the movies. It usually goes along the line of someone comparing his or her unpleasant experience to the infamous procedure. You may me surprised though at how simple this dental procedure is, and why it may not deserve to be […]

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