4 Ways To Make Oral Care Fun For Kids

Posted on: 25 January 2016

When it comes to getting your kids to do something that may not want to do, oral care ranks up there among the most difficult things to do. There is simply something about brushing teeth that can send children into a state that is quite difficult to deal with, whether this is something like fear or anger. Luckily for you, there are a few ways you can make this process easier and more fun for your child and, by extension, you.
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Recovery Care Tips After Tooth Extraction And Dental Implant Procedures

Posted on: 7 January 2016

To get the most benefit from your dental implants, following your dental professional's instructions for after the procedure is extremely important. Your home care after a dental implant procedure will depend on whether you had tooth extraction first, then implants put in later or if you had an implant placed immediately after having a tooth taken out. Follow these tips for ensuring you experience the least pain possible while allowing your gums to heal or while giving your implant time to begin the important process of osseointegration.
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3 Misconceptions About Dental Implants

Posted on: 17 December 2015

Going around with a smile that is missing a tooth or two can be distressing. It can cause you to become self-conscious of how you look. Instead of going out and enjoying spending time with friends and family, you want to stay home so no one will have to see your smile. However, there is a simple solution to put an end to your missing tooth. Dental implants are taking the dental world by storm and helping individuals get the beautiful smile they crave.
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Does Smoking Lead To Tooth Loss?

Posted on: 29 November 2015

Teeth can be beautiful and present a healthy glow, but you must remember to take good care of them. Otherwise, you will have infections you will have to deal with eventually. One of the most damaging things you can do for your oral health is smoke. Gum tissue cells are damaged by the smoke, and this damage can lead to infections such as periodontal disease. The blood flow to the gums can be impaired in a way that may have an effect on how well the gums can heal.
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