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  • 5 Warning Signs You May Have Gum Disease
    Periodontal (gum) disease, a bacterial infection caused by plaque, is one of the most prevalent and destructive dental conditions. Left untreated it can eventually lead to tooth and bone loss.Although Read more
  • Bone Loss: the Hidden Consequence of Your Missing Teeth
    Losing teeth will certainly disrupt your otherwise beautiful smile. It could also potentially affect your food choices and whether or not you receive proper nutrition.But something else just as consequential Read more
  • Dental Crowns for the King of Magic
    You might think David Copperfield leads a charmed life:  He can escape from ropes, chains, and prison cells, make a Learjet or a railroad car disappear, and even appear to Read more
  • Here's How to Avoid Dry Socket After Tooth Extraction Surgery
    Surgical tooth extraction is a fairly routine procedure with few complications. But one rare complication called dry socket does affect a small number of patients. Dry socket, which derives its Read more
  • Topical Fluoride Adds Extra Protection against Tooth Decay
    Protecting a child's primary (“baby”) teeth from tooth decay should be a top priority. If one is lost prematurely due to decay, it could cause the permanent tooth to misalign Read more
  • 3 Things You Should Know About Teeth Grinding
    Do you grind your teeth? If you're not sure, ask your family—sometimes the sound of teeth grinding against teeth might make enough noise to be keeping them up at night. Read more
  • You Can Have a Straighter Smile - Just Like the Queen of England
    The monarchs of the world experience the same health issues as their subjects—but they often tend to be hush-hush about it. Recently, though, the normally reticent Queen Elizabeth II let Read more
  • Rectal Cancer Worsened by Oral Microbes, Research Indicates.
    Could poor oral hygiene increase your risk for colorectal cancer? A new study suggests poor oral hygiene is connected to the health and well-being of yet another portion of the Read more
  • How early should your child have their first dental visit?
    Bringing a child into this world isn’t easy and along with it comes some very important steps parents must take to ensure their child’s health. One step that may often Read more
  • Dental Implants: Some Information You Should Know
    For some reason, or another you may have or may eventually be faced with the fact that you will lose a tooth. If this happens, it isn’t the end of Read more
  • Taking Care of your Baby’s teeth
    It is recommended to start cleaning your baby’s mouth before their first tooth appears. You can start by taking a piece of gauze with water on it and wrap it Read more
  • How Much Can Braces Cost?
    Braces are used to improve orofacial appearance. They straighten crooked/crowded teeth, fix overbites and under bites, and other orthodontic problems. Other problems may include speech difficulty and jaw disorders. These can Read more
  • An Introduction of Root Canal
    A Root Canal is a method in dentistry also known as “paying off the nerve”. In the Root Canal process the vascular nerve blocks inside the tooth causing enormous pain Read more
  • Teeth Straightening Options
    The invention of invisible braces has meant that more and more people are getting comfortable with wearing braces for straightening their teeth. However, there are many different ways to achieve Read more
  • Natural ways of Teeth Whitening that work
    Who doesn’t like beautiful and white colored teeth in today’s world? Especially for all those who have yellow or discolored teeth, there are many teeth whitening tricks that actually work wonders. Natural Read more
  • Natural ways of Teeth Whitening that work
    Who doesn’t like beautiful and white colored teeth in today’s world? Especially for all those who have yellow or discolored teeth, there are many teeth whitening tricks that actually work wonders. Natural Read more

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