Dental Implants vs Dentures – Making the Right Choice

| 23/07/18

If you have at least one missing tooth, odds are that you’ve been weighing your options to repair your smile. Selecting the right replacement doesn’t have to be complicated, but you do have several options available to you, most notably – dental implants vs dentures. Which repair method is right

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How Dental Implants Can Make Your Smile as Good as New

| 26/06/18

If you have one or more missing teeth, a dental implant is typically your best option for an effective, long-term replacement. Dental implants are strong, sturdy, and can be basically indistinguishable from your other natural teeth. But if you haven’t looked into how dental implants are placed, whether you’re a

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Is Fluoride Good or Bad for your Health?

| 19/04/18

While fluoride is a great chemical when it comes to your dental hygiene, many people believe it to be a harmful substance. And as with most issues, there’s some fiction sprinkled in with the fact. Fluoride used in the appropriate amount is highly effective at protecting your mouth by strengthening

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Do You Know How to Prevent Cavities From Forming?

| 20/06/17

Cavities are probably the most well-known threat to the health of our teeth. From a young age, we’re told to brush our teeth and avoid too many sweets, or the dentist might discover a cavity at our next visit. Cavities do pose a serious concern for our teeth, but there

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Do You Know What Really Causes Cavities?

| 22/05/17

When it comes to oral health, cavities are probably the topic the majority of us are most familiar with. But just because the topic is familiar doesn’t mean it’s routine – and if your own oral hygiene regimen isn’t covering all the main causes of cavities, you might be leaving

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Do You Know What’s Causing Your Bad Breath?

| 24/04/17

Bad breath can be more than just an inconvenience. Along with providing a feeling of discomfort and or uncleanliness, bad breath can be a significant source of social anxiety. And while occasional or mild bad breath can be a result of the choices we make, persistent or chronic bad breath,

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Can Diabetes be Identified by Your Oral Health?

| 15/11/16

More and more, scientists are discovering links between various health conditions. For instance, periodontal disease has been linked to a number of serious health issues including Alzheimer’s, heart disease, and strokes. However, the links don’t end there—researchers have also determined that there are certain oral conditions often found in people

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What You Should Know About Sleep Apnea

| 11/05/16

Does your partner ever complain about your snoring? Do you wake up frequently in the middle of the night feeling short of breath? If so, you may have sleep apnea. Read on to learn what this condition is, how it’s diagnosed, and why a dentist can help. What Is Sleep

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Why Do I Need Routine Dental Care?

| 12/04/16

Does the thought of seeing a dentist make you cringe? Do you regularly put off your dental checkups? Please don’t—for the sake of your wellbeing! Routine dental care is extremely important for your oral health. Allow us to discuss what we mean by “routine” care, why we urge you to

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What You Should Know About Oral Cancer

| 14/01/16

Unfortunately, about 45,000 Americans are diagnosed with oral cancer each year. While this number may seem like a lot, the good news is that with early detection, the oral cancer survival rate is high. To this end, we want to educate our patients on the subject of oral cancer so

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