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2 Types Of Allergies To Watch For When Visiting The Dentist

Posted by on Jul 28, 2014 in Blog, Dentist | 0 comments

Regular visits with your dentist play an important role in ensuring the quality of your oral health over time. Some patients have allergies that make it difficult, and sometimes downright dangerous, to visit a traditional dentist.  Here are some allergies that can play a vital role in determining which dentist you decide to partner with. Mercury Sensitivity The dental amalgams used by dentists to fill cavities can be dangerous if you are sensitive to mercury. Many people opt to receive silver fillings since these products are more...

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What Are The Problems Caused By Impacted Wisdom Teeth?

Posted by on Jul 7, 2014 in Blog, Dentist | 0 comments

While almost no one has naturally perfect teeth, a high number of people experience impacted wisdom teeth. Although sometimes impacted wisdom teeth can cause no problems and need not be removed, they do need to be taken care of well and watched for future problems. Here are some of the most common problems associated with impacted wisdom teeth. Increased Risk of Tooth Decay Your wisdom teeth are further back in your mouth than any other tooth, and they become impacted because your mouth simply does not have room for them. Because of their...

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What Is Laser Dentistry?

Posted by on Jul 2, 2014 in Blog, Dentist | 0 comments

One of the biggest fears, when it comes to going to the dentist, is the pain associated with dental procedures. Many dentists are working to help alleviate these fears by using new procedures, such as a dental laser; that reduces pain and healing time. What is Laser Dentistry? Lasers work by producing a very intense beam of light that delivers energy to the intended target. The dentist will use a laser in a variety of different ways depending on the treatment that they are performing on the patient. Lasers used for dental procedures act as a...

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How To Care For Your Child’s Teeth

Posted by on Jul 1, 2014 in Blog, Dentist | 0 comments

As a parent, you want the best for your child, and that includes making sure they have healthy teeth. But you may have questions such as when dental care should begin and how to teach your children to care for their teeth. It is normal to have these questions, so don’t fret! Here you will find information about how to care for your child’s teeth and instill healthy habits. By following these tips, you can help prevent common dental problems in children, such as tooth decay and gum disease. When Should Dental Care Begin?...

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3 Hot New Dental Technologies

Posted by on Jun 30, 2014 in Blog, Dentist | 0 comments

Dentistry has advanced a great deal in the last few years. The era of extreme pain and discomfort is giving way to an age of high-tech dental wizardry. Technologies available today can accomplish things considered to be impossible only a few years ago. Read on to discover three of the hottest new dental technologies. Remineralization of Teeth The traditional method for dealing with cavities causes fear in many people. This method involves drilling into the tooth to clean out the cavity then filling it with a new material. These fillings have...

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How To Get Through Halloween Without Your Child Getting A Mouthful Of Cavities

Posted by on Jun 27, 2014 in Blog, Dentist | 0 comments

Halloween is a fun time of year for people of all ages but especially for parents with young children. Some parents enjoy helping their child pick out a fun costume and might even get dressed up themselves. But your family dentist will be the first to tell you that Halloween is also a time when many people let their guard down against cavities. If you want your child to make it through the holiday without needing a bunch of fillings on the next trip to the dentist, here are some tips you can follow. Set Limits Many stores start selling...

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5 Tips For Adults Who Have Never Been To The Dentist

Posted by on Jun 25, 2014 in Blog, Dentist | 0 comments

Even if you are an adult, there could be plenty of reasons why you have never seen a dentist before. Regardless of your reasons, now is the time to see a dentist if you want to be as healthy as possible. Luckily, these five tips can help you with your first appointment and beyond. 1. Find the Right Dentist If you’ve never been to the dentist, you might feel nervous, scared and self-conscious, so you’re going to need a dentist who will be patient. Look for a dental office that you feel comfortable with, and ask for recommendations...

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Dental Health: 4 Ways To Combat The Effects Of Alcohol On Your Teeth

Posted by on Jun 20, 2014 in Blog, Dentist | 0 comments

Alcohol can wreak havoc on your dental health—especially when done in excess. Alcohol is an acidic substance, and this acid can lead to issues such as tooth decay or gum disease. With the help of your dentist, and the following 4 suggestions, you can enjoy an occasional alcoholic beverage–and help your dental health. 1. Brush Your Teeth 20 Minutes After You Drink Brushing your teeth after you have an alcoholic drink can be helpful, but you need to do this at least 20 minutes after you drink. This amount of time will give your saliva...

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Five Questions You May Have About Tooth Sealants

Posted by on Jun 20, 2014 in Blog, Dentist | 0 comments

Tooth decay is one of the most common dental problems people experience. While proper dental hygiene can help reduce the likelihood that your teeth decay, there is another step you can take to protect your teeth. In particular, sealants are durable coatings that can prevent bacteria from harming your teeth’s enamel.  How Are Teeth Sealed? When a tooth is sealed, the dentist—like one from Dental Health Group—applies a special coating to the surface of the enamel. In particular, the majority of this coating is applied on the top...

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Getting Used To New Dentures: Are These Feelings Normal?

Posted by on Jun 17, 2014 in Blog, Dentist | 0 comments

When you go from having natural teeth to a full set of dentures, there are bound to be a few new and different feelings that you will face. It is important to know what is and is not normal when it comes to new dentures so that you know what to expect and when to ask for help. Making adjustments to your lifestyle is a normal part of adapting to new dentures. Here are some of the new experiences that you will have. Feeling of Fullness You may get the feeling, at first, that there is too much in your mouth when adjusting to the feeling of...

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