Cavity Prevention with Dental Sealants

In today’s society, life moves at a crazy pace. Most people have schedules that are too full, with too many places to be, and too many people to see. Because of this, many people are often looking for easy solutions to problems. Americans enjoy grocery pick-up, food delivery, video conferences, and more to make the…

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Tooth Decay and Your Teeth

According to the American Dental Association, tooth decay is the destruction of your tooth enamel. Tooth enamel is the hard, outer layer of your teeth. The bacteria in plaque produce acids that breakdown tooth enamel which could cause cavities to form. A cavity is one of the most common results of tooth decay. Good dental…

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The Benefits of Teeth Whitening

Are you seeking a brighter smile with whiter teeth? Have your teeth changed color? Have you tried the over-the-counter treatments and not achieved your desired results? Your teeth can change color due to a number of outside influences including food/drink, tobacco use, age, trauma to the mouth, and medications. Professional teeth whitening may be the…

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Dental Emergencies

Emergencies can happen in the blink of an eye and mouth emergencies are no exception. Injuries to the mouth, severe tooth pain or a knocked-out tooth are all examples of dental emergencies. Knowing what is a dental emergency and what to do before seeing your dentist will hopefully ease your mind a bit. WebMD states…

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All-On-4 Dental Implants

Taking the dental field by storm, All-on-4 dental implants are essentially a full arch fixed implant bridge that’s supported by 4-6 implants. For the million of Americans with missing teeth, this enormous advancement in dental implant technology is something to celebrate.  Consider the dental implant, which consists of a small titanium screw that is surgically placed…

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Is It Time For Your Child To Visit The Dentist?

Among Americans that have never taken their child to the dentist, many claim that “their child is too young,” or that the child “doesn’t have enough teeth yet.” This supports the finding that most children across the U.S. do not visit their family dentist until after the age of 2. Whether due to the above-mentioned…

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Laser Dentistry

With increased clinical efficiency and an improved patient experience, laser technologies have transformed dentistry over the past decade. As such, dental professionals have witnessed exceptional results in planning, performing and manufacturing. Specifically, the benefits of using an all-tissue laser cannot be ignored. Dentistry Today refers to the 9.3 wavelength carbon dioxide (CO2) all-tissue dental laser as a transformational…

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Dental Bridges

Without question, when a person has one or more missing teeth, they may experience a loss of self-esteem. Yet, there are other concerns that come from missing teeth, some of which include problems with the jaw joint, shifting teeth and bone loss. Fortunately, advancements in dentistry continue to make replacing missing teeth and restoring one’s…

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The Future Of Dental Materials

rom sophisticated injection devices to universal composite dispersion techniques and bacteria-resistant composite resin, the future of dental materials is exciting and ever-changing. Though there are hundreds of new-age products and materials on the horizon, however, the primary aim of dentists is to simplify treatment for patients, while continuing to meet the demands of an aesthetically-driven industry. Dentistry Today describes…

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Restorative Dentistry

Sometimes referred to as Prosthodontic Dentistry, the arena of Restorative Dentistry involves “restoring” the function and appearance of the mouth. Though the primary goal of treatment is to preserve as much natural tooth structure as possible, dentists must consider a number of strategies when performing restorative dental procedures. Consequently, treatment is not one-size-fits-all, and while some are…

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