4 Practices to Keep Your Gums Healthy

Posted on: 14 August 2015

Your gums are important supportive tissues in your mouth. If they become damaged or infected, tooth loss can result. Nevertheless, maintaining good dental hygiene can affect the health of your gums. Here are a few things you can do to keep your gums in good shape: Rinse your mouth with fluoridated water after eating. After you eat a meal, if you don't have a toothbrush or floss handy, rinse your mouth with fluoridated water.
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3 Dental Replacements Improved With Ridge Modification

Posted on: 30 July 2015

The teeth and gums are supported by upper and lower jawbones, which peak at the ridge that holds the teeth. Gum disease and trauma can cause the bone in that ridge to erode or otherwise weaken. Strong jawbones are important for general dental health to keep the natural teeth stabile. But jawbone deterioration is an especially large problem when considering certain types of dental replacements. Your dentist can perform a ridge modification to help strengthen weak areas of bone.
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What Type Of Dentist Do You Need?

Posted on: 14 July 2015

If you need dental work done, there are many types of dentists that you might need to visit. Read on to find out which type of dentist can help you.  Pediatric Dentist If the patient is a child, you might consider seeing a pediatric dentist first. Especially for young children, a pediatric dentist can be helpful in establishing early dental routines. Some of the initial visits to the pediatric dentist will involve helping the child get comfortable at a dentist's office.
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Working With Your Dental Provider - Ask These 4 Insurance Questions

Posted on: 19 June 2015

If you are going to the dentist, you may be wondering what your final bill will be and how that will affect the work done on your teeth. Take a look at these important questions that dentist offices can help answer when you are in the chair getting dental work done. Maximum Caps An annual or lifetime cap in dental insurance specifies the maximum amount that the insurance company will pay.
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