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New Dental Filling Material That’s Two Times More Long Lasting

New Dental Filling Material That’s Two Times More Long Lasting

Dental fillings are popularly used to treat cavities. If you have any fillings, you may believe that the repair will last forever. However, fillings have a limited lifespan, depending on the category of filling and your oral hygiene. A new dental filling material and an advanced adhesive to secure your fillings in place could now ensure that your fillings last longer than ever before....Continue reading

Essential Dos and Don'ts After Teeth Whitening Treatment

Essential Dos and Don'ts After Teeth Whitening Treatment

Your teeth color can change due to the intake of certain foods and beverages, tobacco use, or an injury to your mouth. Teeth whitening is an ideal choice to remove stains on your teeth, brighten your smile, and make you look and feel younger. It can be done without modifying the surface of your teeth, so your gums and teeth will be healthier.

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Dental Crown Procedure: How Long Does It Take to Perform?

Dental Crown Procedure: How Long Does It Take to Perform?

A dental crown is used to enhance the overall appearance of your teeth as well as to improve your oral health. It is basically a tooth-shaped cap that is placed over the tooth to restore its size, function, and shape. Read more to learn about the dental crown procedure and if you need one.

A dental crown is used to enhance the overall appearance of your teeth as well as to...Continue reading

Sedation Dentistry: Is It Right for You?

Sedation Dentistry: Is It Right for You?

Sedation dentistry is also referred to as sleep dentistry and is a good option for those who fear dental procedures. Sedation medications produce calmness or unconsciousness during dental procedures including tooth cleaning, invasive procedures, and more. However, the use of sedatives depends on the degree of patients’ fear. 

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Gum Disease: Types, Risks, Symptoms, Prevention & Treatment Options

Gum Disease: Types, Risks, Symptoms, Prevention & Treatment Options

Gum disease is a common infection that occurs in the gum tissues. It affects almost half of the adult population in the U.S. While gum disease can be reversed if detected in early stages, in advanced stages it can cause tooth loss and several other serious health issues.

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How to Instantly Stop Bleeding Gums

How to Instantly Stop Bleeding Gums

Problems like bleeding gums is a sign of poor gum health that you need to address immediately. Gum bleeding can be triggered by many factors including plaque build-up, vigorous brushing, injury, pregnancy, and inflammation. Regular gum bleeding can also happen due to an underlying infection which needs to be treated by a dentist. However, for instant relief, you can try these...Continue reading

Beware of 5 Foods That Can Crack Your Teeth

Beware of 5 Foods That Can Crack Your Teeth

Patients often approach dentists to seek treatment for an emergency dental injury caused while eating. Sometimes you may unexpectedly chew on something hard and crack a tooth, misplace a filling or have a dental crown fall off. Dentists recommend proper caution while consuming these 5 foods that can crack your teeth.

Patients often approach dentists to seek treatment for an...Continue reading

Tooth Discoloration: How to Fix Your Stained Teeth

Tooth Discoloration: How to Fix Your Stained Teeth

No matter how healthy and even your teeth may be, they won’t look perfect if they are stained or discolored. Tooth discoloration is a common dental problem, and many people are unhappy with how their teeth look. That’s why they look out for teeth whitening options. Today there are several options to effectively remove the toughest of teeth stains and help you get a brighter smile. Continue reading

How Soon Can You Return to Work After a Root Canal Treatment?

How Soon Can You Return to Work After a Root Canal Treatment?

Your body needs time for proper healing after a root canal treatment, but this shouldn’t be a hindrance to your routine activities. Most people can even resume work the next day. However, you should consult your dentist about the necessary aftercare to ensure a sound recovery.

Read on to learn more about the root canal procedure and when you can resume work...Continue reading

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