Have A Cross Bite? Know How To Correct It With Braces

Posted on: 31 August 2016

Are your teeth misaligned and causing you to hide your smile or making it difficult for you to chew food? It may be from you having a crossbite. Thankfully, this is a problem that can be fixed by a dentist. Once they find out if you have an anterior or posterior crossbite, they can take the proper steps to fix it once and for all. What Are Anterior And Posterior Crossbites?
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4 Foods To Help Boost Your Teeth Whitening Efforts

Posted on: 15 August 2016

In-office whitening treatments are a great way to brighten your smile, as they can remove years of stains from your teeth in a short period of time. However, it's up to you to maintain these results. There is a lot of talk about what foods you should avoid after having your teeth whitened, but what about the foods you should have? There are a number of food selections that can actually help improve your oral health and maintain your whitening results.
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Dental Problems Can Contribute To Pain In Areas Other Than Your Teeth

Posted on: 27 July 2016

Dental problems don't just cause pain in your teeth and gums. Problems with your teeth can cause head, jaw, ear, neck, and even shoulder pain. But once your doctor or dentist makes a diagnosis, he or she can recommend the appropriate oral treatment to help ease your discomfort. Malocclusion As a Cause of Headache Pain Since muscle tension is the cause of many headaches, if you have a tendency to clench your jaw muscles, that may be the reason for the pain behind your eyes.
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Getting To Know Porcelain Veneers

Posted on: 11 July 2016

If you are concerned about the look of your teeth, having porcelain veneers in place may be great options to make them appear more attractive. Here is a bit of information about porcelain veneers to help you understand their application: What does the dentist do to prepare and install porcelain veneers? Porcelain veneers usually require two separate dental appointments. During the first appointment, your dentist removes a small amount of tooth enamel from the tooth or teeth that will receive veneers.
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