Dental Care for Kids: Finding the Right Dentist

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3 Treatment Ideas To Address Your Bruxism

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Bruxism, or teeth grinding, can be caused by all sorts of issues, such as medications, illnesses, malocclusions, and even genetics. If you can figure out the root issue of your bruxism, treating the problem may reduce or eliminate your bruxism. If you don’t treat your bruxism, you can actually wear down your enamel, making you more prone to gum recession, tooth decay, and tooth sensitivity. In worst-case scenarios, bruxism forces could damage restorations, like crowns or implants. Read More»

Before Your Dental Implant: A Few Things To Remember

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Dental implant dentistry requires you to spend a few hours in the dentist’s chair to have the implant placed. Once the site has healed and the implant has been stabilized, the finishing touch (the prosthetic tooth fitted to the implant) will be added. But still, it’s just a few hours in the dentist’s chair and you’re on your way to a new smile. There are a few things to remember before you head to the dentist’s office on the day of your surgery. Read More»

Standard Or Mini Dental Implants: Which Is Right For You?

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If you’ve done any research into dental implants, you may have heard or read about mini dental implants. This can be very confusing for potential patients as it’s sometimes unclear what the difference is between mini implants and traditional implants and which is right for you. If you’re in this conundrum, check out this guide to get a better understanding of the differences between the two types of implants and what you should be looking into. Read More»