4 Things You Need To Talk To Your Child's Dentist About

Posted on: 21 October 2016

When you take your child to their first dental appointment, which should be around the age of 1 or whenever their teeth start to come in, you need to be sure that you establish a relationship with your child's dentist. This way, you can be involved in the health of your child's teeth and oral development, which is important to ensuring healthy, mature adult teeth are formed in the future. Here are four things you should talk to your child's dentist about:
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Five Tooth Decay Prevention Tactics You May Not Have Been Aware Of

Posted on: 4 October 2016

We all know that brushing and flossing are important dental hygiene tasks that help prevent cavities. However, these aren't the only activities you can incorporate into your everyday life that will help keep your teeth healthy.  If you're looking to go beyond dental hygiene and prevent cavities through your lifestyle habits, you should be aware of the following five things that surprisingly can help fight tooth decay: Eating cheese Numerous research studies have shown that consuming dairy products, in particular cheese, helps the teeth in the fight against cavities.
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2 Tips To Relieve Sensitivity While Wearing Your Temporary Veneers

Posted on: 15 September 2016

Once you get your temporary veneers installed, you have completed the first step of your dental veneer process. The first step involves shaving down your tooth in order to create a solid surface for your veneers. The temporary veneers are simply there to hold the place of your permanent dental restorations. Since enamel is removed during the first step, this can lead to sensitivity when you wear your temporaries. Your temporary restoration will not adequately protect your teeth from sensitivity since a light adhesive is applied.
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2 Tips To Reduce Cracking Around Your Lips Following Periodontal Surgery

Posted on: 29 August 2016

Periodontal disease can cause extensive damage to your gums and teeth. Therefore, it is important to undergo periodontal surgery as soon as possible in order to correct this. The surgery is designed, to clean out your gums and rid your mouth of infection. After the surgery is complete you may experience slight bleeding, swelling as well as cracking around your lips. It is expected that your lips will be dry and cracked immediately following surgery.
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