Do You Need a Root Canal Retreatment?

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A root canal is a terrific way to save a tooth that might otherwise be lost because of an infection. Once the root canal is finished and your crown or other restoration is in place, you should feel much better and your tooth will be fully functional again. However, from... Read more »

Chew Gum, Eat Well

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There are a couple of things you can do beyond basic dental hygiene to help your teeth. Their simple, easy habits that integrate seamlessly into daily life. Chewing gum and eating well are great ways to help your smile!   Eat Well: Make sure to get a lot of calcium-filled... Read more »

Preparation Tips for Oral Emergencies

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Preparing for oral emergencies is often as important as the actual treatment is if the worst should ever happen. Although minor accidents such as biting your lip may seem inconsequential, they can potentially have lasting effects on your smile and could lead to infections if not addressed properly. Thus, treat... Read more »

Break These Five Bad Dental Habits

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Did you know that your day-to-day habits may be putting your smile at risk? With the proper care, your teeth can last for decades to come and stay strong, healthy, and beautiful. Explore the five bad dental habits below to see if you can save your teeth by modifying your... Read more »

Solving The Equation Of Dental Calculus

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Most of us equate calculus to an advanced level of mathematics that makes the brain hurt. But in the dental world, calculus is another name for tartar, which is a hardened plaque that can cause a lot of harm to your oral health. Pre-Calculus, Or Plaque Dental calculus starts out... Read more »

Lumineers® vs. Traditional Veneers

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Dental veneers are a dental restoration which can transform how your teeth look. Lumineers® are a type of dental veneer, and like veneers they cover and alter the appearance of stained, gapped, crooked, crowded, worn, or chipped teeth. However, there are a few differences between traditional veneers and Lumineers. Thickness... Read more »

What Smoking Does To Your Teeth And Gums

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Smoking tobacco can wreak havoc on your health, including your dental health. Those who smoke put themselves at risk of periodontal disease, tooth decay, and more serious problems such as oral cancer. Here are some of the dental problems that can happen to those who smoke. Problems With Teeth Smoking... Read more »