Do You Know What Your Mouth Is Hiding? 3 Signs You Might Have Advanced Gum Disease

Posted on: 9 December 2017

When it comes to your teeth, it can be tempting to postpone your dental care, especially when everything seems normal. After all, if you're not feeling any pain, or you don't have any obvious cavities, you might think you're safe waiting a while to visit the dentist. Unfortunately, that's not actually true. You might not see any cavities, and you might not have any tooth pain, but that doesn't mean your teeth and gums are healthy.
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How To Make Teeth Whitening Last As Long As Possible

Posted on: 13 November 2017

Teeth whitening is one of the most popular cosmetic dental treatments out there. It's non-invasive, more affordable than other procedures, and has great results. One downside, however, is that it doesn't last forever. So to make sure that your whitening lasts as long as possible before you need the next touch-up, consider the following tips. Opt for Professional Whitening Rather Than OTC Products While over-the-counter whitening products are reasonably priced, they don't last nearly as long as professional whitening ones.
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Don't Neglect Your Pearly Whites: 4 Things That Could Be Damaging Them Right Now

Posted on: 18 October 2017

If you don't go to the dentist as often as you should, you could be endangering your teeth. However, there are other things that can endanger your teeth too. You might not even know about some of the things. In fact, you might have a couple of issues right now that could be setting you up for gum disease, tooth decay, and enamel loss. Take a look at the list below.
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3 Tips For Preparing For A Root Canal

Posted on: 17 September 2017

One of the more extensive types of dental work may involve getting a root canal. This can be a complex procedure that may be necessary if you have a tooth that's been badly damaged. Root canals work to save the tooth by removing the nerve and pulp of the tooth and cleaning it out before getting a restoration. Knowing tips to help you prepare for this procedure can be helpful to you:
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