Three Eating/Drinking Habits That Help You Avoid Teeth Stains

Posted on: 13 July 2015

You've probably already heard that certain foods and beverages -- like candies, coffee, and wine -- can cause stains on your teeth if you consume them often. While it's best to avoid stain-causing fruit and beverages when you can, you can minimize the potential for stains when you consume them by adopting a few habits. The following three habits will allow you to consume some of your favorite stain-causing foods and drinks without detracting from the appearance of your smile: 
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3 Ways To Help Your Little One Not Fear The Dentist

Posted on: 23 June 2015

For many adults and children alike, the thought of going to the dentist scares them. Instead of embracing the visit, they tend to run away from it in fear. While it is natural to be scared of different things in life, a visit with the dentist doesn't have to be one of them. To help calm your child's fears, there are a few simple tips and tricks you can use from an early age.
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A Cosmetic Dentist Can Help Rebuild A Cleft Palate

Posted on: 4 June 2015

If you were born with an average mouth, you have probably run your tongue over the top of your mouth many times. You may have felt the bone and tissue that makes up the roof of your mouth. That is your palate. When you were a fetus, your development filled that area in. However, it doesn't work like that all the time. When it doesn't, the person is left with a cleft palate.
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How A Dentist Does A Root Canal

Posted on: 18 May 2015

Root canals are a common procedure used to try and save a decayed and/or an infected tooth. The procedure removes the nerve and pulp from inside a tooth to prevent further decay and infection that could cause serious problems in your mouth, face, and neck. Fortunately, the nerve and pulp isn't really necessary once the tooth has fully developed, and removing the nerve and pulp isn't a big problem for most adults.
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