Category: Dental Tips

How To Know Your Wisdom Teeth Need Removed

Posted by: Hassey | Do Duy, on July 23, 2018

Wisdom teeth. Two words that most adults and adolescents don’t want to hear. They signal anything from pain and frustration to dental visits and surgery to high costs and financial struggle.  Most people don’t know enough about them such as how they work or even what they are. If you ask the average person, all… Read More

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How to Take Care of Your Dentures

Posted by: Hassey | Do Duy, on March 28, 2018

Dentures are a very common tool used for people who have lost some or all of their teeth. They are given to people to allow them to use their mouth normally for food and drink as well as talking and smiling. Dentures are similar to teeth but have slightly different requirements for taking care of them…. Read More

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Is Chewing Gum Really Bad for Your Teeth?

Posted by: Hassey | Do Duy, on February 26, 2018

It seems like every day we hear another story that one food or another is bad for our health. And we’re not just talking donuts and greasy foods! Some foods that are traditionally considered to be good for us, like dried fruit or yogurt, may end up being less healthy than we’d originally thought. This… Read More

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Last Call! Use or Lose Your 2017 Benefits

Posted by: Hassey | Do Duy, on December 7, 2017

With 2017 drawing to a close there is lots to do for us all. Holidays are approaching and end-of-the-year checklists are getting checked off. One task people need to remember are to use their benefits from their insurance before the end of the month. With vision and dental insurance, most people have set benefits that… Read More

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Can A Dentist Help My TMJ Problem?

Posted by: Hassey | Do Duy, on August 29, 2017

Have you ever woken up in the morning with pain in your jaw? Do you hear clicking or popping sounds when you open and close your mouth? Have you ever experience lockjaw or serious stiffness in your jaw? Those are all symptoms of the same condition: TMJ. TMJ (or TMD) is a general term for… Read More

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Emergency Dental Care: Do You Need a Tooth Extraction?

Posted by: Hassey | Do Duy, on July 20, 2017

There are situations that require drastic intervention when you have issues with your teeth. One of the biggest causes of tooth extraction is advanced decay into the root. Once the decay reaches a certain point, fillings and other methods can no longer help you. At this point, the only option is to have the tooth… Read More

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When Should I Pull Out My Child’s Loose Teeth?

Posted by: Hassey | Do Duy, on May 22, 2017

One of the rites of passage for a growing child and their parents is when they lose their baby teeth. There are many ways parents help their kids pull out loose teeth that make for bonding experiences (or even funny videos). This ritual, combined with the concept of the tooth fairy can make a potentially… Read More

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Dental Veneers vs. Lumineers: Which Is Right For Me?

Posted by: Hassey | Do Duy, on March 16, 2017

Have you always wondered how celebrities have a stunning, bright, and even smile? Have you ever felt unsatisfied after a tooth cleaning with the shades of your smile? If you’ve always wanted a brighter, whiter smile to help increase your confidence, then veneers or Lumineers may be right for you. The trick is finding out… Read More

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This is How a Dentist Can Help Your Sleep Apnea

Posted by: Hassey | Do Duy, on January 19, 2017

Sleep apnea is a common disorder that affects the health and wellbeing of millions of Americans. If you have been diagnosed with sleep apnea, your dentist can provide you with an simple and convenient solution by fitting you with a custom-made mouthguard to wear while you sleep. What Is Sleep Apnea? Sleep apnea is a… Read More

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Is Chewing Gum Good For Your Teeth?

Posted by: Hassey | Do Duy, on November 14, 2016

Gum is great—many people chew it after a meal for fresh breath, or simply because it’s a habit they have. Despite its benefits, a lot of people believe that gum is bad for them. While gum may seem like an indulgent treat, it’s one of those things that isn’t necessarily bad for your teeth. However,… Read More

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