Nightguards to Stop the Daily Grind

Teeth grinding and clenching, which is also called bruxis, is a common problem. Many of those who clench and grind their teeth don’t even know they’re doing it, especially since much of the grinding occurs while they are sleeping. They often don’t discover there is a problem until they visit the dental office and are…

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Healthy Dental Habits to Follow

Maintaining good dental habits helps keep your teeth and gums healthy, preventing decay, gum disease, and tooth loss. Brushing and flossing are, of course, vital, but other dental habits can also help keep your mouth healthy and reduce your visits to the dentist.  Basic Dental Habits Basic habits to keep your teeth healthy are brushing,…

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Good Dental Health Starts Early

Good dental health habits can be learned from an early age. To ensure your children will have healthy teeth throughout their lives, you can begin by teaching them how to maintain good dental hygiene. Your family dentist can help with this important endeavor. Dental Hygiene in the Early Years Good dental hygiene is the best…

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Harmful Dental Habits to Avoid

One of the most important ways to keep your teeth healthy and intact is to avoid habits that can lead to long-term damage to them. Protecting your teeth from unnecessary damage should be part of your regular routine. If you aren’t sure what habits can cause long-term damage to your teeth, ask your family dentist.…

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The Dental Office: Then & Now

Your image of the dental office might involve impersonal, stainless steel surfaces and uncomfortable chairs in the waiting room. However, today’s dentists’ offices are designed with the patient’s comfort in mind. No matter what you need to have done, the office is likely to be much more welcoming than the office of your youth. Keeping…

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When Are Veneers Recommended?

Veneers are a versatile cosmetic dentistry treatment that can be used for a wide variety of issues. They are also very popular because of their versatility, as well as because they are much less invasive than many other dental treatments. In fact, some types of veneers are so thin they require no restructuring of the…

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