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How To Fix Crooked Teeth? Check These Treatment Options

How To Fix Crooked Teeth? Check These Treatment Options

Misaligned, overcrowded, or crooked teeth are common in many children and some adults. When teeth erupt and don’t grow straight, they become overlapped, rotated, twisted, and angled. If left untreated, crowded teeth can worsen as you age, causing oral health issues....

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ORAL HEALTH DURING PREGNANCY

ORAL HEALTH DURING PREGNANCY

Do You Know How Pregnancy Affects Your Dental Health? If you are pregnant then we’d like to offer our warmest congratulations, but are you aware of how pregnancy affects your oral health? In fact the changes can be considerable and you will need to take extra care to...

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HOW TO AVOID CAVITIES IN YOUR CHILD’S MOUTH

HOW TO AVOID CAVITIES IN YOUR CHILD’S MOUTH

Did your child need a filling at their last dental visit?  While childhood tooth decay is common, there is no need for your child to develop cavities as rotten teeth can be avoided with the right home dental care combined with good professional care. Are You Cleaning...

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WHO IS THE HYGIENIST AND WHY YOU SHOULD SEE THEM?

WHO IS THE HYGIENIST AND WHY YOU SHOULD SEE THEM?

When Should You See the Hygienist? Whenever you book a dental examination, it’s a great idea to make an appointment to see the hygienist at the same time. They are specially trained to professionally clean your teeth and gums and work closely with your dentist to keep...

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THIRD MOLARS: GET WISE ABOUT WISDOM TEETH

THIRD MOLARS: GET WISE ABOUT WISDOM TEETH

Wisdom teeth, which dental professionals refer to as third molars, are the very last teeth to erupt in your mouth. There are many myths and misnomers surrounding wisdom teeth, so it’s important to discern the facts from the fiction. The wisdom teeth normally erupt in...

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HOW TO MAINTAIN HEALTHY TEETH

HOW TO MAINTAIN HEALTHY TEETH

Cut Down on Snacking It is often easy to grab a few quick snacks throughout the day, but this can be bad for your teeth. Every time you eat something high in carbohydrates, your mouth becomes more acidic as bacteria in your mouth get to work on converting leftover...

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