A Dental Crown Restoration Can Treat a Tooth with a Bad Cavity

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Brushing your teeth every morning and night with a soft-bristled toothbrush and fluoride toothpaste helps to remove plaque and food particles from the faces and contours of your teeth. It’s also important to remember to thoroughly floss between each of your teeth once per day, running the floss along the gumline and in the spaces… Read more »

Don’t Ignore the Telltale Discomfort of a Toothache

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Persistent dental discomfort in the form of a deep ache in the gums, throbbing toothache, or tooth sensitivity is often a warning from your smile that something is wrong. If you develop a toothache, even a minor one, you should see a dentist as soon as possible to determine if you have a larger dental… Read more »

Smile Restorations Begin with Tooth Decay Treatments

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As the fall season approaches, it is important to remember to keep your oral health care going strong throughout the season and into the holidays. With holidays such as Halloween fast approaching, the presence of oral health risks such as tooth decay will increase. Tooth decay is a common health condition caused by the breakdown… Read more »

Oral Hygiene Topic: Dental Bridges

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Dental bridges work wonders for incomplete smiles. Even though hope may seem lost when you lose a single tooth or more, it is actually just a minor impediment. The last of your permanent teeth grow in when you are in your mid-teens, but thanks to modern technology, artificial replacements such as dental bridges can look… Read more »