4 Tips To Keep Your Dentures Pearly White

Posted on: 8 May 2015

If you have dentures, you probably love the fact that you have been given a second chance at enjoying a beautiful, white smile. However, you should know that dentures can stain just as regular teeth do, so if you aren't careful, there is a good chance that your dentures can take on a yellow or greyish hue. To help keep your dentures looking white and fabulous, follow these simple tips for preventing staining.
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Common Questions About Pediatric Orthodontics Addressed

Posted on: 8 April 2015

Crooked teeth are a routine issue that many parents will have to battle if they want to ensure their children have the best smiles possible. Unfortunately, there is no simple way to correct these problems, and if they are severe enough, you child will need to have braces. While braces have long been a routine part of childhood, many people have a very limited understanding of these devices. They may decide they need to have some important questions answered when they are making a decision for their child's needs.
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Why Some Juices, Diet Drinks, And Sugarless Sodas Are Bad For Your Teeth

Posted on: 18 March 2015

Juices, sugarless drinks, or diet soft drinks may seem like healthy (or healthier) choices, but they're still not always the best thing for your teeth. Many people assume that by switching to these beverages, they're doing their whole body a favor. You may be making a better choice, but if you don't consider your teeth, then your choice isn't as great as you thought. Diet and Sugar-Free Sodas Some time ago there was a whole lot of talk because a dentist published a paper comparing the effect of drinking diet soda to the effect of using methamphetamines.
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3 Things To Know If You Need A Free Gingival Graft

Posted on: 4 March 2015

Your gums may start to recede if your oral health history includes brushing too hard, recurring periods of dental infections, or a load of dental health problems you inherited genetically. Receding gums can impair your ability to chew or speak comfortably and can lower your self-esteem. Luckily, your dentist can help stop and reverse this gum recession using a procedure called a gum graft. If certain parts of your gums are too thin, you might be prescribed a free gingival graft.
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