Having Cavities Repaired

Posted on: 10 January 2018

If you have developed cavities, then you may find yourself concerned about the cavity filling process. This can be especially true if you already tend to have a fear of the dentist. You'll be glad to know that the process is a fairly simple one that is also quite painless. You will need an initial exam The first thing that needs to happen when it comes to dealing with cavities is to have a full exam done.
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Dental Bridge Care And Maintenance

Posted on: 6 December 2017

The problem of missing teeth can be resolved with the help of many dental interventions. Dental bridges are common for restoring a smile and eliminating the look of a missing natural tooth. If you have a bridge procedure, a porcelain (or ceramic) synthetic tooth will be fitted for your mouth. That "tooth", known as a pontic, is attached to thin crowns put on the surface of the two teeth on either side of your existing gap.
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Help Your Toddler Follow A Tooth Care Regimen

Posted on: 9 November 2017

If your toddler is beginning to show an interest in new foods and has a healthy appetite for the most part, following a tooth care regimen will help preserve the condition of your child's teeth. The tips below can be used to care for your toddler's teeth and will increase the chances that your child will have a beautiful smile for their lifetime. Make An Appointment With A Pediatric Dentist
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Serving Activated Charcoal Mixed With Food For Halloween? Maybe Not

Posted on: 11 October 2017

The trend of mixing activated charcoal with foods like bread, cheese, and ice cream has taken over social media, and this seems like the perfect way to prepare food for Halloween. However, it is possible to take a trend too far, and in the case of activated charcoal, too much could be less than good for both you and your teeth. Tooth Stains One of the immediate effects of eating a food like activated charcoal ice cream is the black staining that takes over your mouth.
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