Dental Care for Kids: Finding the Right Dentist

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Things That Can Sabotage The Success Of A Dental Implant

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If you are receiving a dental implant to replace a lost tooth, you may feel that there is little that you need to do to help ensure that your tooth replacement process is a success. After all, with a dental implant, the dentist inserts a metal rod or screw through your gums and into the bone of your jaw to act as a prosthetic tooth root. The bar cannot decay like natural tooth material. Read More»

What You Should Know About Fluoride Varnish For Toddlers

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If you take your small child to the dentist for a checkup, the dentist may recommend using fluoride varnish on the child’s teeth. As a parent, you can choose to have this done or not, but there are some benefits you should realize about this. Here are a few important things to understand about fluoride varnish for children. Fluoride is an important mineral The first thing to understand is that fluoride is very important for teeth, and fluoride is something that is important for people of all ages. Read More»

Wondering About Wisdom Teeth? Eight Things To Know About Extractions

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If you feel behind your furthest molar, you should feel either a pad of skin or your wisdom teeth. Your wisdom teeth may be underneath the gum or they could be partially erupted through the skin. Wondering if they will need to come out? Eight things to know about getting your wisdom teeth extracted are: 1.       You’re not alone. Most people do need to have their wisdom teeth extracted since there is not enough room along the jaw for the teeth to erupt properly, often causing significant dental problems later. Read More»

Tooth Removal 101

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Getting a tooth pulled is never fun, but sometimes tooth removal by your dentist is necessary. Here is what you should know if you find yourself in this situation. Why Would A Tooth Ever Need To Be Removed? Wisdom Teeth Millions of teeth around the world are electively removed every year. Perhaps the biggest reason is the wisdom teeth. These teeth are the four molars at the very back of the mouth that come through in about two-thirds of the population in young adulthood. Read More»