Considering Another Cup This Morning? Think Again - How Too Much Coffee Affects Your Smile

Posted on: 19 October 2017

A cup of coffee each morning is most likely a ritual to get you going each day. However, some mornings you may feel the need to drink multiple cups for that extra boost of caffeine. On average, Americans drink 3 cups of coffee per day, but you may need to reconsider the additional cups if you care about your oral health. If you are drinking too much coffee, you may experience the following issues with your smile:
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8 Common Habits That Destroy Children's Teeth

Posted on: 20 September 2017

Children fall prey to many of the same habits as adults, but the good news is that there is plenty of time to adjust. The earlier you start teaching your child how to turn away from these bad habits, the more likely he or she is to enjoy a long lifetime of healthy, pain-free teeth. Habit #1: Chewing on Ice As refreshing as it may feel to chew on ice, it is actually not good for your teeth to do this.
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3 Reasons Why Your Teeth Are Sensitive

Posted on: 27 August 2017

It's normal to have temporary sensitivity in your teeth now and then, but if you have sensitive teeth all of the time, then it is an indication that something is wrong. Sensitivity to hot and cold foods and sugar can make eating uncomfortable, and it can also make you want to avoid some of your favorite foods. Anti-sensitivity toothpaste can help make things more comfortable, but what you really should do is get to the cause of the problem.
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Your Options For Treating A Severely Decayed Molar

Posted on: 16 July 2017

If you have a seriously decayed molar and have not yet visited a dentist, then you are likely wondering what your options will be to rectify the problem. While you need to book an appointment as soon as possible with a local dentist for an examination, having a bit of information about your various options will help you discuss them with your dentist. At your dental appointment, you can expect the dentist to take x-ray films of your teeth and perform an examination.
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