Scaling And Planing May Heal Your Gum Disease

Posted on: 17 February 2016

If you've been lax about caring for your teeth, you might be developing gum disease. Some signs of this condition are red, swollen gums and bleeding when you brush your teeth. You'll need the help of your dentist to reverse gum disease, and you want to do it in the early stages before surgery and bone grafts become necessary. Scaling and planing are two gum disease treatments your dentist may recommend.
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3 Tips For Taking Care Of Your Child's Teeth

Posted on: 16 February 2016

When you want to be sure that you are giving your child the best chance of success when it comes to their dental care, you will need to take it upon yourself to help them out. You will need to impart good habits, help them overcome fear of the dentist and make sure that you are instilling knowledge about caring for their oral health. With this in mind, follow these points and use them in order to make sure your child's dental needs are always taken care of.
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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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