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5 Things About Dentures That You Need To Know!

2021-05-29T08:40:52+00:00

Searching for a solution to bridge the gaps of your missing teeth? Do your missing teeth make you feel self-conscious? Then dentures are the perfect solution for you! Dentures fix and restore your bright smile. Unfortunately, they are often neglected. Dentures are prosthetic devices constructed to replace missing teeth, and are supported by [...]

5 Things About Dentures That You Need To Know!2021-05-29T08:40:52+00:00

5 Things About Dental Bonding You Need To Know

2021-04-27T07:57:39+00:00

If you don’t know what dental bonding is, it is a process of improving your teeth’s appearance. The dental bonding procedure fixes gaps between teeth, removes stains, whitens teeth, and repairs chipped teeth. It can be used as an alternative to a crown on a front tooth as well if you are looking for [...]

5 Things About Dental Bonding You Need To Know2021-04-27T07:57:39+00:00

What You Should Expect About Dental Exams

2021-03-15T11:35:33+00:00

Some people think going to a dentist for a dental checkup is a hassle, so they skip their twice-a-year dental medical examination. Getting your teeth checked helps prevent serious issues, or treat diseases during their early stages.  People suffer from anxiety and fear at the thought of vising a dentist. Images of a painful [...]

What You Should Expect About Dental Exams2021-03-15T11:35:33+00:00

3 Crucial Tips To Know While Caring For Your Child’s Oral Health

2021-03-02T19:52:55+00:00

Pediatric dentistry deals with children's dental health. Children need the same dental care as adults. This means regular checkup and proper oral regimens, like brushing and flossing to remove food particles and prevent cavities and gum disease. Children are more predisposed to cavities and worn-teeth. They’re also more likely to knock out a tooth [...]

3 Crucial Tips To Know While Caring For Your Child’s Oral Health2021-03-02T19:52:55+00:00

5 Helpful Facts About Tooth-Colored Fillings

2021-01-30T17:34:09+00:00

There are various types of dental fillings available for patients. Your dentist will choose one of these based on factors such as your age, preferences and budget. There are a few types of dental fillings: metal fillings, tooth-colored filling or composite resin, glass ionomer, and porcelain fillings. Amongst all these filling materials, composite fillings [...]

5 Helpful Facts About Tooth-Colored Fillings2021-01-30T17:34:09+00:00

3 Advantages & Disadvantages Of CEREC Crowns

2021-02-27T06:56:24+00:00

CEREC stands for Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics. The method utilizes CAD/CAM or computer-aided design/computer aided manufacturing to create a crown that perfectly fits your damaged tooth. If your tooth or teeth are broken or damaged, your dentist will likely recommend you get a dental crown. A dental crown is a cap placed [...]

3 Advantages & Disadvantages Of CEREC Crowns2021-02-27T06:56:24+00:00

Types & Benefits of Orthodontic Treatments

2020-11-28T16:52:30+00:00

What is an orthodontic treatment? Orthodontics is the branch of dentistry that corrects teeth and jaws that are positioned improperly. Crooked teeth and teeth that do not fit together correctly are harder to keep clean, are at risk of being lost early due to tooth decay and periodontal disease, and cause extra stress on [...]

Types & Benefits of Orthodontic Treatments2020-11-28T16:52:30+00:00

Root Canal Therapy: 5 Ways To Know If You Need It

2020-10-17T18:42:37+00:00

A root canal therapy is an endodontic procedure. The dentist cleans out the decay or bacteria in a tooth’s pulp to save the tooth and prevent further infection. Root canal treatment is a treatment sequence for the infected pulp of a tooth which is intended to result in the elimination of infection and the protection [...]

Root Canal Therapy: 5 Ways To Know If You Need It2020-10-17T18:42:37+00:00

Treating Sleep Apnea With Dental Devices

2020-09-23T15:12:03+00:00

Dental Devices For Sleep Apnea | Dentist In Harrisburg, NC Sleep apnea is a severe sleep disorder where a patient's breathing stops and starts continuously while they sleep. The main symptom of sleep apnea is loud snoring. If you snore loudly and always feel exhausted, even after 7-8 hours of sleep, you [...]

Treating Sleep Apnea With Dental Devices2020-09-23T15:12:03+00:00

Tooth Extraction: Do’s and Don’ts After Getting Your Tooth Removed

2021-02-27T08:05:07+00:00

Tooth extraction is removing a tooth or tooth roots without straining the gum and the surrounding tissues. The removal should be carefully done to let the socket wound heal without any complications. The dentist or an oral surgeon ensures the procedure goes smoothly before and after the surgery. Tooth extraction is always the last [...]

Tooth Extraction: Do’s and Don’ts After Getting Your Tooth Removed2021-02-27T08:05:07+00:00
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