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  • 4 Things To Know Before Whitening Your Teeth

    Looking your best may largely depend on your smile. You will want to have teeth that are both attractive and healthy. One way to improve the appearance of your teeth without having complicated dental procedures done is by bleaching your teeth. This can be done at home or by a professional dentist.  However, the results you get from your dental provider are likely to be more noticeable and immediate.  By knowing specific things about teeth bleaching before you have this done, you will be better prepared for getting optimal results.
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  • Invisalign Introduction

    Clear braces are an appealing new technology, but they aren't necessarily right for everyone. To help you decide if clear braces are ideal for you, here is an overview of how they work and their benefits: What are clear braces? Unlike other braces, clear braces are disposable and made from plastics, which means several things. Firstly, they are practically invisible, which can be a huge draw if you are concerned about the appearance of your smile.
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  • Conquer Your Fear With Do-It-Yourself Dental Phobia Therapy

    Fear of going to the dentist is common, usually due to a previous bad experience or just a general fear of dental procedures. For the fear to become a phobia, the emotions connected to the situation feel overwhelming and even life-threatening, causing a debilitating mental block that prevents you from going to the dentist. The solution is within you; you can face your fear without the need for expensive or time-consuming mental health therapy.
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  • Tips For Taking Your Toddler To The Dentist

    If it's time for you to bring your toddler in for a dental exam, then you want to do your best to make the appointment go as smoothly as possible. It can be hard for a toddler to spend a good amount of time in an office, and they may get fidgety and cranky in the dental chair. Luckily, there are some things you can do to make the appointment go easier on yourself, your child and the dental staff.
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  • You May Want To Put A Tattoo On That New Dental Crown

    If you are going to be getting a crown on one of your teeth and you think you would like a tattoo put on the crown, then you should learn how the process works and the options you have. A crown tattoo is considered permanent, so make sure it's something you are going to want to have on your tooth indefinitely. The information below can be used to help you decide whether or not you should go through with getting a crown tattoo or decide against it.
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  • 3 Cosmetic Dentistry Options That Can Transform Your Smile

    Your oral health is important. Having strong, healthy teeth and gums allows you to smile, eat, and speak without trepidation. However, sometimes there are factors that get in the way of a healthy, beautiful smile. Whether you suffer from rampant tooth decay, gum disease, or had an acute injury, you should know that you have options when it come to improving your smile. Talk to your dentist about the cosmetic dentistry options that are the best for your oral health and your budget.
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  • Dental Visit Tips For Easily Distracted Kids

    Does your child get a little bit excited at dentist appointments, making it difficult for them to sit still? Or maybe they are struggling with AD/HD, or a similar disorder that makes it hard for them to pay attention or stay focused on directions. Regardless of the cause, the right family dentist can help make your appointments go more smoothly. The following tips can ensure your child gets the dental care they need.
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  • Tips To Help You Care For Your Baby And Toddler's Teeth

    Your baby or toddler can't clean their own mouth and teeth properly, so it's up to you as the parent to brush and care for your child's teeth. It's up to you to instill the importance of dental care and teach proper teeth cleaning techniques to help prepare him or her for the future. See below for helpful tips on how to properly care for your baby and toddler's teeth.
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  • Dental Risks For Those Struggling With Bulimia

    Bulimia is an eating disorder where the person affected with the illness will binge eat and then force themselves to throw up afterwards. There are many ways bulimia is bad for your health. It can lead to you becoming too thin and malnourished, cause damage to your esophagus, lead to acid reflux, cause you to become dehydrated, cause low blood pressure and many other health problems. Bulimia can also lead to serious dental issues.
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  • Clear Your Gingival Abscess With These Two Effective And Inexpensive Natural Remedies!

    Gingival abscesses occur when there is an accumulation of bacteria and food by-product that is stuck to your teeth. When you don't brush as diligently as you should, the bacteria starts to build up on your gums and forms small pus pockets. Yuck! Gingival abscesses do more than just cause you discomfort. If you don't take care of the abscess immediately, it could lead to a multitude of other dental issues.
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