Enjoy Drinking Red Wine? Follow These Tricks That Will Prevent Teeth Staining

Posted on: 16 January 2016

If you love to drink red wine, it's possible that the drink is causing your teeth to stain. If you simply can't give up your wine drinking habit, and don't want to resort to teeth whitening right away, there are some ways to prevent teeth staining from happening. Try following these tips so that the red wine doesn't affect the color of your teeth. Clean Your Mouth Before You Drink
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2 Benefits Provided By Same-Day Crowns

Posted on: 28 December 2015

Crowns can often be a bit of a hassle to get, mostly because traditional crowns will often require multiple appointments before the procedure is complete. However, many dentists have chosen to purchase the necessary tools to fabricate same-day crowns within their offices. Listed below are just two of the great benefits provided by opting for a same-day crown. Convenience Trying to find time to get a traditional crown can be more than a bit difficult for anyone that has a busy work or home life.
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Surviving Your First Holiday Season With Braces

Posted on: 9 December 2015

Just when you think you're getting used to your braces, the holiday season rolls around and presents a whole new array of challenges. In order to ensure the holidays don't lead to an emergency visit to your orthodontist (or just a lot of pain) follow these tips for surviving your first holiday season with braces. Bring one of your favorite, braces-friendly dishes to each holiday gathering. It can be tough to say "
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Three Unusual Causes Of Teeth Discoloration

Posted on: 18 November 2015

When it comes to teeth discoloration, the usual suspects include colored drinks, teeth decay, medicine, and aging. However, there are other causes of teeth staining you may not know about. Here are three examples of unusual causes of teeth staining: Root Canal Treatment The treatment involves removing the infected/inflamed pulp of the tooth. This is followed by careful cleaning and disinfection of the affected tissues, after which the tooth is sealed and restored.
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