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Help! I'm Scared Of Getting A Dental Implant!

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If you’re feeling a little embarrassed or silly about your fear of the dentist, don’t worry – anxiety about dental work is actually a very common fear.  Although it’s okay to feel nervous about going to the dentist, it’s not always okay to put off dental work because of it.  In fact, when it comes to dental implants for missing teeth, you may feel that restoring your teeth not worth the stress. Read More»

3 Important Tips To Keep Cavities Out Of Your Life

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Cavities are no fun. Depending on how long the cavity has been in your mouth and its location, you could experience extreme pain. The best way to deal with cavities is to avoid them. Here are three important tips to keep cavities out of your life. 1. Watch Your Acidic and Sugar Intake Cavities happen when the acid in your mouth eats away at the enamel of your teeth. There are a couple of things you can do to avoid this. Read More»

3 Reasons To Choose Dental Implants Over Dentures

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When it comes to replacing missing teeth or teeth that have to be pulled, you have to make some serious decisions about the kind of dental work you want done. If you do not know what option to choose, then here are 3 reasons to choose dental implants over dentures as a replacement option. Easy Maintenance First, dental implants are much easier to care for than dentures. When you get a dental implant, it will be surgically implanted into your gums. Read More»

How To Whiten Your Teeth At Home

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If you’ve started noticing that your teeth aren’t as white as they used to be, you want to do what you can to whiten them. There are many products and procedures you can turn to for help. However, you may be able to whiten your teeth on your own by following the advice in this article. Make your own tooth whitening toothpaste You can make your own tooth whitening toothpaste. Not only will this toothpaste help you to get your teeth looking whiter, but it also isn’t full of chemicals the way a lot of the store bought toothpaste is. Read More»

Traumatic Facial Injuries And Dental Implants

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Injuries to the teeth are a common occurrence and for many maxillofacial surgeons, the replacement of teeth that have been broken or completely knocked out is also common. Facial injuries damaging the teeth happen a lot in athletic activities like hockey, car accidents and unfortunately, in fights and violent domestic disputes. If you have suffered an injury and lost teeth because of it, learning more about dental implants can be helpful to regain your smile and chewing ability. Read More»