Three Simple Ways To Improve Your Family's Oral Health

Posted on: 8 October 2019

Oral health is everything. In addition to poor oral health having the potential for tooth loss and gum disease, the shape of one's oral health has been linked to health in other parts of the body, like the heart and brain. If you want your family members to live long and healthy lives, start with the mouth by following these three tips. Reduce Sugar Consumption Cutting down on the amount of sugar your family consumes is one easy way to improve oral health.
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Tips For Managing Your Dental Anxiety

Posted on: 4 September 2019

Some people get extremely anxious when they have an upcoming dental appointment. The anxiety can make them go through the appointment in a tense state or even miss up the appointment altogether. If you are such a person, take the following measures to help you deal with your dental anxiety.  Tell Your Dentist Dentists have various ways of helping anxious patients calm down. Unfortunately, your dentist might not know that you have dental phobia if you don't tell them about it.
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Need Dental Implants? 3 Things To Know

Posted on: 5 August 2019

Losing a tooth or multiple teeth can feel devastating. Not only can it have a major impact on your appearance, it can also impact the way you speak and even eat. If you have lost a tooth or multiple teeth, it's more common than you may realize. Around 120 million Americans are missing at least one tooth and 36 million have no teeth at all. The good news is that there are various tooth replacement options to choose from, including dental implants.
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Ways A Dentist Helps Prepare Your Teeth For Braces

Posted on: 8 July 2019

Before a person can get braces, he or she will likely have to go to the dentist to have some work done to his or her teeth before the person's teeth are ready for braces. If you are planning on getting braces, you should plan on this, too, and here are some of the things your dentist may need to do to help prepare your teeth for braces. Takes X-Rays of Your Teeth
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