Laser Dentistry – To Help Calm Your Uncomfortable Child

Posted on: 13 December 2015

Oftentimes kids are afraid of the dentist because they are fearful of the needles and feeling of being numb after the work is complete. One solution to this problem is laser dentistry. What is laser dentistry? Laser dentistry is the use of laser energy and water to remove decay from the tooth. Why is laser dentistry a better option for kids? Laser procedures in family dentistry can remove many of the elements of dental work that kids aren't comfortable with.
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Don't DIY Your Braces

Posted on: 23 November 2015

There is no doubt that orthodontia requires time, pain, and expense. Some people wear braces for up to five years, and although the price is decreasing, insurance rarely covers most of the cost associated with the equipment. In many circles, orthodontia is still considered a luxury. Unfortunately, this has sparked a dangerous new trend in which some young teens have decided to turn to DIY options. Online videos show teens how to create their own braces -- but it comes at a cost.
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What To Expect During And After A Root Canal Treatment

Posted on: 4 November 2015

Just hearing the term "root canal" often strikes fear in many dental patients. In the past, root canals were a painful process with an unpleasant recovery period. However, today, with updated techniques, root canals are no longer something to fear. Root canals are a necessary procedure when infection has spread under the tooth. It's natural to have some questions about the procedure and the recovery, so here are three things you can expect during and after a root canal.
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How Veneers Can Be Helpful For Seniors

Posted on: 19 October 2015

Over the course of your lifetime, your teeth go through a lot. If you are a senior citizen, there is a good chance that some of your teeth have seen better days. If your teeth do not look like you wish they did, you should consider getting veneers. Here are a few of the benefits that come with getting veneers: Veneers Can Cover Up Discolored Teeth Over the course of a lifetime, it is natural that your teeth would lose some of their shine and luster.
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