Rooting Out The Myths: Why Getting A Root Canal Isn't So Scary After All

Posted on: 14 April 2016

If you listen to the myths spread about root canals, you might think that getting the common procedure is similar to getting tortured in a scene from Game of Thrones. However, after you separate myth from fact, you'll see that getting a root canal is not much different than having a cavity filled. In fact, you'll likely realize that the procedure isn't scary at all. The Excruciating Pain Myth The root canal procedure is closely associated with the giant myth that it's incredibly painful.
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Tired Of That Gummy Smile? Check Out Gum Contouring

Posted on: 27 March 2016

Have you heard about a little-known cosmetic dental procedure called gum contouring? It helps people who are not confident about the appearance of their gums feel better about their smiles. The following article takes a closer look at this intriguing concept.  Why It's Done  Gum contouring, also know as gum reshaping, is done to change the shape of your gum line. If your gums are either too high on your teeth or too low, your smile can become less appealing. Typically, the procedure is not medically necessary and is for the sake of your appearance.
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Questions And Answers About Root Canals

Posted on: 29 February 2016

If your dentist has recommended a root canal, you may be concerned about the procedure. Here are a few questions and answers about root canals to help you better understand the procedure and what to expect: Why is a root canal performed? A root canal is performed to alleviate discomfort that is associated with an inflamed or infected tooth. In addition, the procedure eliminates the infection that may be growing in the tooth.
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3 Dental Issues Common During Pregnancy & What You Can Do About Them

Posted on: 29 February 2016

Pregnancy is a time of great joy, but as a soon-to-be new mother, you also know it's a time of hormone surges and the unpleasant symptoms related to them. While you may not know it, the hormones that your body produces during pregnancy can actually cause issues for your dental health. Below are three such issues that are common during pregnancy and what you can do to lessen their impact.
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