Getting Serious About Dental Disorders

The causes of dental disorders vary depending on the situation. Sometimes the problem is not taking excellent care of your teeth. However, in other circumstances, you may have been born with the issue, or it may have been caused by an accident. Numerous issues can damage your teeth, including cavities, an impacted tooth, misaligned teeth,…

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How a Smile Makeover Can Improve Your Smile

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Smiling not only improves our mood but also helps our bodies release cortisol and endorphins, which have several health benefits such as lowering blood pressure, increasing endurance, and reducing stress. A smile makeover is a treatment plan that includes one or more cosmetic dentistry operations to address tooth flaws and improve the appearance of the…

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The Three types of Complete Dentures

Dentures are whole or partial sets of teeth manufactured from acrylic resin, a type of plastic. There are porcelain denture solutions, but they are frequently more expensive and prone to accidental cracks and chips. Dentures resemble and operate like natural teeth because they replace natural teeth. Dentures can restore some of your eating functions while…

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Frequently Asked Questions About Dental Health

We’ve compiled a list of the most frequently asked dental questions below. If you have a question that is not addressed here, please call (855) 328-6646, and our team of 15 dentists and specialists will be happy to answer any questions you may have. How Frequently Should I Get a Dental Checkup? Adult patients should…

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Good Dental Habits

You must practice good oral hygiene every day to maintain a healthy smile. Using an antimicrobial mouthwash, and brushing and flossing at least once a day can help prevent disease-causing bacteria from reproducing in your mouth and causing tooth decay. Bacteria can enter your digestive and respiratory tracts through your mouth, and some of these…

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Toothaches: Causes, Treatments, and Prevention

The term “toothache” describes pain in the teeth and the structures that support them, whether the pain comes from a non-dental disease or is caused by a dental condition. There is a wide range of nerves, tissues, and blood vessels inside the pulp of your teeth. This pulp is extremely sensitive, possibly more so than…

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Why Do You Need an Oral Surgeon?

General dentists are the primary providers of dental treatment. The most common services they offer include gum care, dental fillings, root canals, veneers, bridges, and crowns. While a general dentist can do simple tooth extractions, more complex surgeries may be outside the scope of their expertise. This is where an oral surgeon would come in. …

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Everything You Need to Know About an Endodontist

Oral pain, such as toothaches or cracked/fractured teeth, is sometimes difficult to identify. The pain of a damaged or sick tooth is frequently felt in another tooth and the head, neck, or ear due to the enormous network of nerves in the mouth. Endodontists are experts in diagnosing this type of pain. An endodontist is…

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