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Dental Sealants Give You an Extra Hedge of Protection for Your Teeth

Dental Sealants Give You an Extra Hedge of Protection for Your Teeth You know brushing and flossing are essential to healthy teeth and gums. Paired with regular dental checkups these healthy habits prevent cavities, tooth decay, and gum disease. But did you know there is an easy step to add to your oral health routine…
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Get a Million Dollar Smile with Dental Veneers

Get a Million Dollar Smile with Dental Veneers One of the best kept secrets of celebrities are dental veneers. Dental veneers are fine porcelain shells which are bonded to your teeth. They are used to brighten your smile, correct gaps between the teeth, hide chipped or cracked teeth, and misshapen teeth quickly and easily. When…
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Tobacco And Oral Cancers

Tobacco and Oral Cancer According to the American Dental Association and leading cancer research organizations around the world, tobacco is one of the causatives of oro-pharyngeal cancer. Oro-pharyngeal cancers refer to a group of diseases that affect the mouth and the throat; these also include life-threating, aggressive malignancies that are capable of metastasizing to other…
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Diastemas and how they can be treated

Diastemas and how they can be treated Diastema is a name given to gaps that exist between teeth. The diastema can either be present only between two particular teeth in the oral cavity, or it can be generalized. In both cases, it is possible to mask or treat the condition with dental restorative interventions. It…
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Halitosis or Bad Breath

Halitosis or Bad Breath Let’s face it; we may not be as concerned about protecting our teeth from cavities as we are about warding off bad breath. Of course, it is a major social concern and people do tend to judge your personal hygiene practices by the way your mouth smells during the day. However,…
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Dental Cleaning – Ultrasonic Scaling

Dental Cleaning – Ultrasonic Scaling Dental cleaning refers to any procedure that aids in ridding the oral cavity of food debris, plaque and accumulated bacteria – all the things that can contribute to the development of caries over time. This can be practiced at home simply by brushing and flossing regularly, or can performed at…
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