Dentistry for patients with Special Needs

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Blog Highlights: As much as 50 million Americans have been diagnosed with disability in 2010 These people have physical or mental impairments that will limit their ability to get dental care from the average dentist With the help of special care dentistry, these patients can easily get treatments that are designed to meet their limitations The special care dentist is Continue Reading
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How your Diet can affect your Teeth

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Blog Highlights: Your diet can actually play a huge part when it comes to the condition of your teeth Tooth decay is caused by bacteria, if you will allow it to thrive it can form plaques or calculus and cause serious oral problems Bacteria thrives on the food that you eat, they can easily convert sugars into acids that can Continue Reading
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Things you should know about a Prosthodontics

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Blog Highlights: Prosthodontics is a specialization in the dental field that focuses on replacing lost or damaged teeth and gums Prosthodontics focuses on designing, manufacturing, and fitting artificial replacements The main focus of this specialization is comfort, the normal function of your teeth, as well as its natural appearance Prosthodontics is of great help to those who have oral cancer Continue Reading
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How important is it for you to get a Dental Checkup?

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Blog Highlights: Some people think that all you need to keep your teeth and gums healthy is regular tooth brushing Since the bacteria in your mouth works overtime to cause damage, oral hygiene might not be enough to keep your teeth and gums in good condition Aside from assessing the condition of your teeth, the dentist can also provide you Continue Reading
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Can I use Peroxide to fight against Gum Disease?

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Blog Highlights: Hydrogen peroxide mouth rinses are ideal for disinfection as it can help kill bacteria in your mouth Gum disease occurs deep below the gum line, while peroxide will only have an effect on the surface of your teeth and gums Hydrogen peroxide mouth rinses can also be used to remove stains on the surface of your teeth Although Continue Reading
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Knowing why gum recession takes place

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Blog Highlights: Gum recession is a very serious dental problem that needs to be treated by your dentist right away Gum recession is caused by heredity, trauma, as well as crooked teeth Root cavities can easily develop when your gums recede Gum recession is a very serious problem that many people will encounter especially as they grow older. Gum recession Continue Reading
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Knowing how Aging can affect your Oral Health

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Blog Highlights: As people get older, our overall health declines, the same thing goes for our oral health One of the most common oral problems that are associated with aging is having teeth that look dark and dull instead of white and shiny Some people who need to take certain medications on a daily basis can also suffer from dry Continue Reading
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Knowing how Aging can Increase your Susceptibility to Tooth decay

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Blog Highlights: The roots of our teeth are protected by cementum, a calcified substance that is weaker than the enamel and more susceptible to decay The cementum can be very difficult to treat if it is damaged Gum recession can happen as a result of periodontal disease, or because of plaque buildup Tooth decay can also occur if old dental Continue Reading
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The Use of Dental X-rays in Treating Oral Problems

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Blog Highlights: There are two types of dental x-rays, the intraoral x-ray, and the extra-oral x-ray Dental x-rays can help your dentist see your tooth root and even the bones that support your teeth Dental x-rays are painless and they can be used to diagnose dental problems as well as to help prevent diseases> Did you know that X-rays, also Continue Reading
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The Importance of Dental X-rays

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Blog highlights: Although most dental problems can be easily seen with the naked eye, you should know that some problems can only be seen through an x-ray. With the help of the dental x-ray, the dentist can begin creating a treatment plan that will fit your needs. The dental x-ray is safe as it will only utilize small amounts of Continue Reading
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