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When was the last time you thought about your gum health? Chances are, you probably don’t think about your gum health very often, if at
So you’ve finally taken the next step and gotten that dental restoration you’ve been dreaming of. After years of cracked, chipped, or discolored teeth, you
Did you know that sharks have thousands of teeth and lose approximately 100 teeth per day? For a shark, missing teeth are no big deal.
If you notice a black or dark spot on the inside of your cheek while brushing or flossing, chances are that you are worried about
Restorative dentistry doesn’t just work cosmetically but brings people back natural, functioning teeth. It can boost a person’s overall health, prevent further infection in the
Do you know what a dry socket is? Many people are not familiar with a dry socket, unless they have experienced one. A dry socket,
Flossing is an important part of your daily dental hygiene routine and it is recommended that you floss at least once a day. However, just
Conversations about first aid and first aid training come up all the time, but one element of first aid that’s often overlooked is that which
Did you know that there are a number of options available to improve the look of your smile? When it comes to correcting crooked teeth
If you follow your dentist’s guidelines, then you use toothpaste twice a day when you brush your teeth. Since brushing your teeth is a routine
Throughout history a mouth that is, or appears, unhealthy had a social stigma attached suggesting that the person themselves were wholly unhealthy. While the association
Are you currently unhappy with the way your smile looks? Are your teeth stained or oddly shaped? Do you wish you could fix damaged teeth
Tooth decay is not only one of the most common dental problems, but according to the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, it is
Finding out that you need a root canal can be a sobering experience telling you that your dental hygiene routine hasn’t been enough to keep
While adulthood is generally considered to reach us at the age of 18, there is one right of passage that remains for some of us.
If you’ve ever gazed in the mirror and seen a smile that has a lot of gum showing, or teeth that seemed just a little