Category: Dental Tips

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The Most Common Causes Of Tooth Pain

One of the most common reasons for you to see a dentist is tooth pain or discomfort. Tooth pain should never be ignored. It is often an indication that something is wrong with your oral cavity, and the problem could worsen without treatment. Here are the top reasons why you may be experiencing discomfort in...

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5 Resolutions For Better Oral Health in 2018

Another year has just begun. While you celebrate the start of a new year, take a few minutes to set some goals. As new year’s resolution, place these goals at the top of your to-do list. These changes will benefit your oral health in 2018. Improve Your Home Oral Care Routines There are a number...

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When is it Time to Have Wisdom Teeth Removed?

Some people believe wisdom teeth should be removed as soon as they appear, while others do not think it is necessary to take this step at all.  Being well-informed about wisdom teeth and visiting a dentist can help you make the right decision. When Wisdom Teeth Do Not Come in Properly There are a number...

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Why Are My Teeth Sensitive?

When you have sensitive teeth, everyday life can be painful. Eating certain foods and beverages, being exposed to cold air, and even brushing your teeth can be miserable experiences. When you know the common causes of tooth sensitivity, you can take appropriate steps to resolve the problem. Your Home Oral Care Habits There are often...

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How Can I Kick My “Sweet Tooth” This Holiday Season?

Chocolates, peppermints, pies, cakes, cookies, and endless plates of other homemade goodies are popular during the holiday season. With all of these options, eating sweets in moderation can be difficult, especially if you have a sweet tooth.  During this exciting time of the year, smart choices can help you maintain a healthy smile. What Are...

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5 Ways to Strengthen Your Tooth Enamel

Tooth decay and other damage can occur when the enamel has become weak. You can have healthier teeth when you take steps to strengthen tooth enamel. Do You Know What To Eat? Your diet affects your teeth. Emphasize a nutritious, balanced diet, but make sure to include plenty of calcium and protein. Dairy products, leafy...

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Tooth-Friendly Foods for Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is one of the most popular holidays for families. When you think of Thanksgiving, not many sugary treats come to mind. However, there are some foods that can actually benefit your oral health. Tooth-Friendly Healthy Food If the main dish on your holiday table is turkey, it is an excellent start. Turkey is rich...

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Be Aware of Halloween Candy & Cavities

You want your children to enjoy Halloween, but you are concerned about their oral health. Not all Halloween candy is alike. When you know which candies are more likely to cause cavities, your children can have healthy teeth after they trick-or-treat. Candies to Watch Out for This Halloween: Sticky Candies | Sticky candy clings to...

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Cavity & Tooth Decay Treatments

Poor oral health habits and certain beverages and foods can result in tooth decay. The bacteria from plaque destroys tooth enamel, causing cavities in the teeth. If you have developed a cavity, treatment is essential. Treatments For Tooth Decay And Cavities If the decay is not extensive, a filling is the usual form of treatment....