What Everyone Should Know Before Getting Smile Straightened, Whitened or Veneered

Cosmetic dentistry procedures — teeth whitening and straightening, veneers, bonding — have become commonplace in the U.S. and, seemingly, mandatory in Southern California, where image enhancement is something akin to religion. Here are four things to consider before you take the plunge. 1. Success starts with a blueprint Edmond Hewlett, professor and associate dean for […]

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Types of Gum Disease

Untreated gingivitis can advance to periodontitis and can eventually lead to tooth loss and other health problems. GINGIVITIS Gingivitis is the mildest form of periodontal disease. It causes the gums to become red, swollen, and bleed easily. There is usually little or no discomfort at this stage. Gingivitis is often caused by inadequate oral hygiene. […]

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Are You Ignoring Gum Disease?

Going to the dentist might not be a favorite on your to-do list, but these check-ups are important not only for your teeth, but also for your gums. Gum disease, or gingivitis, can be difficult to catch. And it can lead to the more severe problem of periodontitis. Of concern, periodontitis has been associated with […]

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Get All on Four PA dental implant to change the course of your life

Have you thought about putting a stop to all patchwork dentistry? It is possible to get a new set of teeth that are natural to feel and look. All on Four Dental Implants are designed to look and feel like your natural teeth. Suffering from poor dental health is very heartening and people most often […]

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Symptoms To Look For If You Think You Might Have Gum Disease?

Do you dread the onset of gum disease and the trauma following it? If you are worried that gum disease can pose a great problem in your life and ruin dental health it is essential that you are aware about the symptoms Usually people are wary about the gum issues if they suffer from poor […]

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8 Signs Stress Is Boosting Your Risk for Alzheimer’s, Memory Loss

Chronic stress is a fact of modern life, but for millions of Americans it is also a hidden driver of mental and physical health disorders. Chronic stress increases your risk for anxiety, depression, and Alzheimer’s disease, immune disorders and cardiovascular problems, studies show. Left unchecked, it can be deadly. Work-related stress causes 10 percent of […]

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Sparkling Water, an Alternative to Soda, May Be Harming Your Tooth Enamel via Corrosive Acidity

Sparkling water has become one of the hottest food trends since avocado toast, and many use it as a healthier alternative to soda. However, the bubbly beverage might not be that much better for you and specifically for your tooth enamel as the beverage’s acidity may wear it down over time. Food Network delved into […]

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Your Teeth can Reveal 5 Things about Your Overall Health

The state of the teeth and gums can reveal the overall health of the body, and dentists can identify certain health conditions just by examining the mouth. Good oral hygiene protects you from bad breath and cavities. Apart from these, it could also prevent the development of other critical health conditions such as osteoporosis and […]

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Periodontal disease and gum health: What dental patients may think but not verbalize

One of the most challenging questions to answer from a new patient is: How can I have gum disease? I went to my previous dentist every six months for years and they never said anything about my gums. Patients can pose any question, and we can respond. But the trouble comes when they have questions […]

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What are the Treatment Options for Dental Implants – Fixed or Removable?

Today with advanced technology the concept of dental implants is undergoing a rapid and positive change. Your periodontist will provide you with treatment options for dental implants such as fixed and removable. Presently it is not unusual to hear dental implants being referred to as removable or fixed. Dental implants are small titanium posts that […]

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