Smile Healthy Habits For The New Year

Happy New Year! It’s the mark of a fresh start and a clean slate. While there are probably countless things you’d like to improve upon, don’t forget about your smile as you make your New Year’s resolutions for 2018.
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Is Your Smoking Habit Masking Gum Disease?

You are probably well-aware of the impact that your smoking habit has on your lungs and your overall health. However, do you know what it can do to your smile? Yellow teeth and bad breath are the least of your problems. In fact, there is a far more serious oral health issue that you are at risk for when you choose to light up every day – gum disease!
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Tempted to Skip Teeth Brushing? Read This First!

You’re exhausted after a long day. All you want to do is let your head hit the pillow and fall asleep. What’s the harm in skipping a few nights of brushing your teeth? You’ll be surprised to find out what actually goes on inside your mouth when you cave on your oral hygiene routine and make a habit of falling asleep without brushing.
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Upcoming Dental Checkup? Here’s What to Expect

Has it been awhile since your last dental checkup? Perhaps you’re having trouble recalling what to expect during this preventive visit.
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Six Month Smiles VS. Invisalign

A straight smile can go a long way, especially for adults. You may find that your relationships, business and self-confidence get a major boost when your teeth are straight and balanced.
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Is Your Smile Getting Enough Vitamin C?

You may be aware of the nutrients that your bones need to stay strong or your heart needs to function properly. But have you considered the vitamins and minerals that your teeth need? If your teeth aren’t healthy, you won’t be able to chew your food properly and fuel the rest of your body.
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Solve Your Denture Woes with Overdentures

For decades, dentures have been used to replace an entire arch of lower or upper teeth. While dentures are now more natural looking and durable than ever before, there are some drawbacks to traditional dentures that are simply unavoidable.
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How Well Do You Know Your Teeth?

You may be aware of the different types of teeth in your mouth, such as molars, canines and incisors. However, did you know that each tooth has distinct components or layers. Understanding the unique parts of each tooth can help you understand how to take care of them.
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3 Reasons to Get a Dental Crown

Dental crowns have been used for decades. They are a time-tested and effective solution for restoring a tooth that has suffered extensive damage. However, crowns can be used in more ways than one. They are now crafted for a better fit, made to last longer and come in a variety of durable, aesthetically pleasing materials. Here are three reasons why you may hear your dentist suggest a dental crown:.
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