How To Tell If You Have Gum Disease

Posted on: 9 April 2018

Nobody wants to have gum disease, so catching it early on and reversing it is essential. Unfortunately, the vast majority of noticeable symptoms from gum disease occur when the disease has already progressed. In some cases, it may be too late to fix the problem at home, and you may need to get help from a dentist. Check out this list of symptoms to find out if you have gum disease and didn't know it.
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4 FAQs Regarding Gum Disease

Posted on: 14 March 2018

Many older Americans suffer from some form of gum disease, which can cause painful, bleeding, swollen gums. If you have noticed bleeding while brushing or your gums feel inflamed, you may be developing gingivitis. Check out these four frequently asked questions regarding gum disease. Is Gum Disease Reversible? When you first develop gum disease, you likely have gingivitis, which usually has mild symptoms, such as mild swelling and bleeding while brushing/flossing.
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Got Cavities? Here's What To Consider Before Having Your Teeth Filled

Posted on: 13 February 2018

Now that you know there are cavities lurking in your mouth, it's time to take action and get the affected teeth filled before too much decay can take place. Here are a couple of important things to consider before having your cavities treated: Metals or Not? One of the first things to think about is whether or not you want your fillings to contain any types of metal. For instance, one of the oldest and most popular options on the market is amalgam fillings, which are made of a mixture of different metals.
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Traditional Braces Vs. Invisalign For Your Teenager

Posted on: 17 January 2018

If your teen's dentist is pushing for braces, you may be wondering what options you have. While traditional metal braces are still common, more and more people are choosing invisible braces like Invisalign. If you aren't sure which is right for your teen, check out these frequently asked questions. Do Braces Hurt? Braces work by moving your teeth, so it is not the most comfortable experience. Metal braces are typically more painful after each adjustment, however.
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