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When Should Your Child Go to the Dentist?

Due to the complexities of childhood dental health, it’s important for children to regularly visit the dentist. Children often get their first tooth around six months old, and most children develop all of their baby teeth by the age of three. However, all children develop at different paces, so these milestones are not set in …

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Benefits of Replacing Teeth

The natural effects of aging, poor oral hygiene, and injury can all lead to the need for tooth replacement. Whether it’s one or multiple, there are a variety of options that can get you back to a full and bright smile again. Below are the most common benefits of replacing your teeth. Benefits of Replacing …

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Child Scared of the Dentist? Here’s What You Can Do

Worry and anxiety about the dentist is an issue that many people deal with. Roughly 36% of the population experiences fear or anxiety when it comes to the dentist, and children are no exception. The importance of dental health and its impact on your child’s overall health make it vital to find ways to help …

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Common Causes of Dental Injuries

The last thing anyone wants to deal with is a dental injury as they can be painful and impact your daily life. Dental injuries can impact your ability to eat and drink, speak, and even result in headaches and pain. If you have a dental injury, you’ll likely need to head to the dentist. Not …

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Should I Use Whitening Toothpaste Every Day?

Keeping your teeth bright and white is important as one’s smile is often the first thing other people notice. Being able to smile confidently with white teeth is a confidence boost and a desirable aesthetic. Between at-home remedies, whitening products, and professional whitening treatments, you may be wondering what the best method to achieve white …

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Should Children Get Fillings?

Dental fillings treat cavities, which are areas of decay in teeth. Cavities can happen to anyone at any age, and fillings are common for treating the issue. However, you may be wondering as a parent if children should even get fillings. Since your child’s baby teeth eventually fall out, it may seem counter-intuitive to get …

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What Happens if You Don’t Remove Your Wisdom Teeth

Most people get their wisdom teeth in their late teens and even into early adulthood. Wisdom teeth are your back molars and are the last teeth to grow in after you have lost all of your baby teeth. Most people get their wisdom teeth removed as complications can arise if you don’t. However, some people …

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What Causes Gum Disease?

Gum disease (also referred to as “periodontitis”) occurs when bacteria accumulate on the surface of your teeth. It can cause inflammation in your gums and cause harm to your mouth. Gingivitis is the first phase of gum disease. Gingivitis is relatively common, as nearly half of all adults experience it. However, with proper care, it …

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Can You Whiten Veneers?

Veneers and Whitening Treatments Veneers are an excellent option for those looking to improve the look of their smile. They are a great choice for anyone with broken or chipped teeth, discoloration, gaps, small teeth, or even misshapen teeth. While veneers look and feel like your natural teeth, some aspects of caring for them are …

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Can I Fix a Chipped Tooth?

If you have experienced a chipped tooth, you know that it can really hurt and be a major inconvenience. While you can definitely fix a chipped tooth, it can be painful in the meantime. You are most likely going to need to see a dentist, but managing your pain and discomfort until you get into …

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