Are You a Good Candidate for Dental Implants?

Posted on: 28 October 2015

A dental implant is like a false tooth that actually screws into the gum line permanently. Dental implants can be used when you've lost a tooth or need to have a tooth pulled for any reason, and they can improve your appearance and allow you to talk and chew freely. They can even make your mouth safer than having a broken or chipped tooth that may cut and scrape the gums or the inside of the cheeks.
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Forewarned Is Forearmed: Dental Developmental Stages Every Parent Needs to Know About

Posted on: 8 October 2015

Maintaining the health of your teeth is something that everyone needs to be concerned about from cradle to grave. Okay, so technically very few people need to worry about their teeth while still in the cradle (unless they happen to have been born with natal teeth). But from the moment a child's first baby teeth arrive, proper dental hygiene becomes vital. There are three major stages in a child's dental development, and parents need to be ready to face these challenges.
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Three Ways Your Dental Practice Can Expand to Help the Community

Posted on: 31 August 2015

As a dentist you, know there is an increase in tooth decay, tooth loss, and severe dental issues. One of the contributing factors is the lack of dental care for certain demographics, such as people living below the poverty line and the elderly. You may want to expand your dental practice in order to help these various demographics. If you are just starting your research on ways to expand your dental practice, here are a few ways to consider.
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Cracked Tooth? What You Need To Know

Posted on: 6 August 2015

Cracks in your teeth can cause pain, sensitivity to heat, cold and sweetness, and uncomfortable swelling of the gums.  Here are the answers to some common questions you may have about cracked teeth. What causes cracked teeth? Cracks in your teeth can be caused by a number of different factors.  If the fracture is in the tooth root, it could have been caused by long-standing gum disease that has weakened the jaw bone around the tooth root.
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