Foods And Drinks To Avoid For Better Oral Health

Posted on: 15 September 2017

If you are brushing and flossing regularly but still incurring cavities, it could be due to your diet. The items that you eat and drink can have a significant impact on the health of your teeth. Here are a few foods and drinks that you should consider banishing if your want to avoid dental issues. Carbonated Beverages Carbonated drinks have an acidic pH. As a result, like bacterial acids, the drinks can damage the tooth enamel.
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Going To The Dentist? Two Tips To Help You Prepare For The Visit

Posted on: 15 August 2017

The condition of your teeth and gums is important for so many reasons. Not only is your smile one of the first things that people notice when they see you, but there are also a number of physical problems that can be detected through your mouth. If you're starting to take your dental health seriously, you may have decided to make visiting the dentist a priority. However, if you haven't been to the dentist in some time, you may not remember how vital it is for you to prepare for the appointment.
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3 Benefits Of Using Nitrous Oxide At The Cosmetic Dentist

Posted on: 25 July 2017

When you go into the cosmetic dentist to have some dental work done, you may feel a bit nervous and unsure of what to expect during your cosmetic dental procedure. Most dentists realize this so they will give you the option of whether or not you would like to use some nitrous oxide or "laughing gas" during the procedure. There are so many benefits that come along with using the nitrous oxide, and many patients opt to use it.
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What To Do When Clear Aligners Are Too Tight

Posted on: 28 June 2017

Crooked teeth can typically be fixed with braces and if you are lucky, you can choose to have clear invisalign aligners made to repair your dental misalignment issue. These aligners are made with your specific malocclusion issue in mind and sets are made continuously as you progress through the straightening process. You will want to move seamlessly from one set of aligners to the next. However, it is sometimes not this simple. If you replace your aligners after two weeks of wear, then you may notice that your new set is too tight.
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