27 October 2014
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Dental Emergencies: What To Do First

Dental Emergencies: What To Do First   Dental emergencies, such as chipped or knocked out-teeth, can occur in a matter of seconds. If you find yourself dealing with a dental emergency, learn what you should do first in order to avoid further injury and possibly permanent dental health problems. After performing necessary first steps, you’ll […]


27 October 2014
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Common Denture Problems and Solutions

Common Denture Problems and Solutions   Also called false teeth, dentures are a solution to major tooth loss, with today’s versions much more natural-looking and comfortable than those of the past. Despite advancements, denture problems may still occur. Let’s take a look at the most common denture problems and how to solve them:   Pain […]


23 October 2014
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Dental Veneers: What You Need to Know

Dental Veneers: What You Need to Know   Dental veneers are described as wafer-thin, custom-created shells that fit over the front surface of existing teeth for appearance purposes. Also referred to as dental porcelain laminates or porcelain veneers, veneers are comprised of resin composite materials or porcelain. The porcelain version is often preferred over resin […]


23 October 2014
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How to Take Care of Veneers

How to Take Care of Veneers   Whether veneers are composite or porcelain, it’s essential to take good care of them! Veneers have the ability to transform physical appearance, as they close gaps, fix “uneven” smiles, and whiten teeth. Defined as shell-like coverings applied to teeth by dentists, it’s important to know how to care […]


22 October 2014
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Diabetes and Dental Health

Diabetes and Dental Health   Maintaining dental health is essential no matter what, and especially important when dealing with diabetes. The disease potentially affects the entire body, including the teeth and gums. Poorly-controlled blood sugars make diabetics more susceptible to oral health issues, as “uncontrolled” diabetes inhibits white blood cells, or the cells that protect […]

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