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 →

Dental insurance, like health insurance, pays a portion of the costs associated with dental care. Also like health insurance, dental insurance can be a confusing maze of options. Most if not all individual plans pay very little, have low annual caps, and have very long waiting periods before most procedures are covered at all.  Generally.. read more →

No matter how clean you keep your mouth, it is home to multiple kinds of bacteria. Some are helpful, while others are harmful. Cavities form when harmful bacteria in your mouth form a colony along your teeth, gradually eating away at the tooth enamel and invading further into the tooth structure. Cavity prevention is a.. read more →

10 Dec 2017
December 10, 2017

6 Options for Whitening Teeth

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Tooth whitening is a major priority for many people. Teeth can become dingy, yellow, and stained for many reasons, from genetics to health to dietary choices. Fortunately, today there are more options than ever before for whitening your teeth. Here are 7 ways to get brighter, whiter teeth. read more →