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Did you just find out you've got some tooth decay? Learn about some dental care tips that can prevent the problem in the future.

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Two Mistakes To Avoid After Receiving A Whitening Treatment

16 March 2017
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Dentist, Blog

If you work with your dentist to go through a professional whitening, then you may understand that the treatment can be a bit time consuming and uncomfortable. Even so, teeth whitening treatments can instantly transform your smile into one that is numerous shades whiter. Once the whitening is completed, you will want to keep your teeth as white as possible. However, there are a few mistakes that you want to avoid directly after the whitening is completed.
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Periodontal Disease And Its Treatment

16 March 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Periodontal disease, which is another name for gum disease, affects a large number of people all over the world. Here is a bit of information about periodontal disease and its treatment.  What causes periodontal disease? Periodontal disease is caused by gum inflammation that is usually caused by plaque and bacteria in the mouth. The gums and other soft tissues of the mouth are sensitive to acids produced by the oral bacteria. The acid is released by the bacteria as they digest their food—the carbohydrates left in your mouth after a meal or snack.
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How To Help Your Child Get Over Their Fear Of The Dentist

8 March 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

It is common for many children to develop a fear of the dentist. The problem occurs when that fear becomes intense and to the point where your child is refusing to go for dental checkups or experiences an extreme amount of anxiety when going. This is why you will want to take action to help your child overcome his or her fear of the dentist. Watch Some Fun Videos
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Three Ways NSAIDS Affect Pediatric Oral Health

7 March 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, or NSAIDs, are used in the management of mild to moderate pain in both children and adults. While considered safe when taken in recommended dosages, NSAIDs can lead to unwanted side effects, including abnormalities of the teeth and gums. If your child takes NSAIDs to manage chronic pain, a dentist for children should be consulted to determine if damage to your child's teeth or gum tissue has been sustained.
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Keep Those Teeth Healthy

1 March 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

While you already know that proper dental care and avoiding sugary foods are things that will help you to keep your teeth in good shape, there is also more you should know about oral care. There are also a lot of different habits that can lead to discolored, chipped, worn or otherwise messed up teeth. You want to make sure you are doing the best that you can to avoid any and all habits that can be taking their toll on your teeth in one way or another.
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About Me
Got Tooth Decay? Finding Dental Care Tips Right For You

When it comes to my dental care, I only use the best toothbrushes, toothpastes and flosses. But sometimes, even after being vigilant and careful with my oral care, I experience problems like toothaches. Last year, I developed a small cavity in one of my back teeth. I didn't want to bother my dentist about it, so I simply took pain medications and hoped for the best. But after my jaw began to swell up, I sought professional dental help. My small cavity was actually a large hole filled with infection. I ended up having an extraction. Now, I visit my dentist as often as I can, because I can't afford to lose anymore teeth. I want to share my experiences with other people, so I created this blog. I offer tips on how to keep your teeth healthy and when to see a dentist. Thanks for visiting.

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