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How to Best Prevent Oral Cancer

While other types of cancers tend to receive more attention than oral cancers, however, these types of cancers are just as dangerous and need to be addressed. Men may be twice as likely to be diagnosed with oral cancer, but that doesn’t mean women shouldn’t be...

5 Most Common Methods of Tooth Repair

There are many different ways to damage your teeth, which is why it’s a fairly common occurrence. No matter whether you chip a tooth while playing a game of catch (or biting your nails) or if your dentist finds a cavity during a routine dental appointment, your Salt...

How Laser Dentistry Makes Teeth Whitening Simple

Do you ever look at your smile in the mirror or in pictures and wish your pearly whites were a little more white? There’s no need to be embarrassed, many people wish their smile could be whiter and brighter.   Why Do Teeth Turn Yellow? One significant factor in tooth...

10 Interesting Dental Hygiene Facts

Your mouth: the part of your body that welcomes food, pours out words, and emits sounds. It’s such an intimate part of your body, yet how much do you actually know about that lip-laced chamber that occupies most of the lower half of your face? In this article, you’ll...

What Are the Symptoms and Treatment of Gum Disease?

Gum disease, also known as periodontal disease, is a common ailment of the mouth. It can range from mild gum inflammation (gingivitis) to an infection (periodontitis) that can reach your teeth and cause irreparable damage. The extent of the damage depends on the...

Understanding the Different Types of Fillings

Tooth fillings are used to repair cavities, broken or cracked teeth, and worn down teeth from tooth grinding, nail-biting, or some other form of misuse. There are several different types of filling materials, and the type your dentist decides to use depends on the...

Common Questions to Ask Your Kids’ Dentist

When you’re expecting a baby, chances are choosing a dentist for your child is probably not high on your list of priorities. But good oral hygiene habits should be established almost from the get-go. Most babies begin teething between 6 and 12 months, but even before...
Signs You Need a Root Canal

Signs You Need a Root Canal

Do I Need a Root Canal? Do you suffer from dental pain or have a tooth that’s infected or swollen? It might be a sign you need a root canal. This article will explore what a root canal procedure is and how you can identify signs and signals indicating if a root canal...