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Digital impressions make your dental experience so much better

How Digital Impressions Have Done Away with Goop and Gagging

Advances in technology have given dental impressions an upgrade. When you need dental work that requires a restoration such as dental implants, a dental bridge, or a crown, getting a dental impression taken is an essential part of the process. This impression helps professionals design a restoration that will fit perfectly in your mouth, allowing…
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Mouthwatering and healthy summer treats

10 Healthy Summer Treats That Won’t Mess With Your Teeth

We all love a tasty summer treat. And those summer treats can be as both delicious and still good for your oral health. You don’t have to compromise your oral health when you indulge in healthy summer treats. In fact, some foods are especially good for your teeth.  Nutrients that Build Strong Teeth Foods that…
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Stop gum disease now

Stop Gum Disease in Its Tracks Before It’s Too Late

Recognizing Early Warnings Signs of Gum Disease Tooth decay often takes the spotlight as the #1 enemy of healthy smiles, but gum disease is actually the most common cause of tooth loss in adults. Gum disease, or periodontal disease, often develops quietly, only revealing obvious symptoms, like pain or infection, after the disease has advanced…
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What to do if your dentures are loose

Find Out Why Your Dentures Are Loose and How to Fix Them

What to Do When Your Dentures Are Loose From slipping out of place while speaking and chewing to causing sores and hotspots on the gums, loose dentures cause all sorts of frustrating problems. It’s important to know that if your dentures are loose or uncomfortable that it isn’t normal but rather a sign that your…
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Grinding and clenching teeth is a sign of bruxism

Causes, Effects, and Solutions for Bruxism

Finding Relief From Bruxism Bruxism is a very common and often underdiagnosed disorder that affects more than 50% of adults. It can lead to worn down teeth, toothaches, increased risks of tooth decay and gum disease, and jaw pain.  The good news is bruxism responds well to treatment and your dentist can help you get…
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Dental appliances for sleep apnea

Do Dental Appliances for Sleep Apnea Actually Work?

Sleep Apnea Relief with Oral Appliances Sleep apnea is a condition that affects roughly 22 million people. This sleep disorder has long been managed with the use of CPAP therapy and the nightly use of a machine to keep your airways open. However, CPAP machines aren’t the only treatment option available for patients with obstructive…
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