11 Apr 2018
April 11, 2018

7 Tips to Protect Your Teeth

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The exterior surface of your teeth is a hard, strong substance known as enamel. It protects the delicate interior structures of your teeth, and gives you a shiny white smile. However, enamel can become worn down and even decayed over time. Here’s how to keep your pearly whites structurally sound and looking their best. read more →

If you are missing one or more teeth, or your teeth have started to fail, dental implants can be an excellent solution. While dentures sit on your gums, leading to slippage and pain, dental implants actually integrate with your jawbone, providing a secure tooth replacement that allows you to return to a fully normal diet… read more →

Tongue piercings have become quite common in recent years, and many people have them with few or no negative effects. However, a tongue piercing can pose a serious risk to your oral health, so scrupulous care is required. Here is what you need to know to properly take care of your tongue piercing. Possible Complications.. read more →

28 Mar 2018
March 28, 2018

Losing Baby Teeth: What to Expect

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Children lose baby teeth on their own schedule, so try not to worry if your child loses a tooth earlier or later than you would expect. Likewise, some baby teeth come out easily, while others are a bit more stubborn. Still, it is important to have a general idea of what to expect. Whatever happens.. read more →

28 Mar 2018
March 28, 2018

Dental Phobia: What You Need to Know

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A phobia of dentists, also known as dental phobia or dentophobia, is shockingly common. It can range from mild to severe, but is not officially considered a phobia unless it interferes with your life. True dental phobia can lead you to put off even much-needed dental procedures, causing havoc to your oral and physical health. read more →