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This Is How Your Teeth Can Last A Lifetime

Many patients ask if it is really possible to keep their original set of teeth for a lifetime. The teeth fall prey to the forces of time and daily life, just as other aspects of our bodies do. Nevertheless, it is absolutely possible to keep your teeth for a lifetime. As we grow old, enamel

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Importance of Space Maintainers In Kids

Little baby teeth have some big responsibilities. They not only help you bite, chew and speak correctly but also help guide the permanent teeth underneath them into proper position. Caring for your child’s baby teeth or milk teeth can not only help in maintaining a great smile but also in general well-being. Establishing a good

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All That You Need To Know About Teeth Fractures

When it comes to your teeth, most people use the words “fracture” and “crack” interchangeably. Tooth cracks are a common occurrence in dentistry. Any time you break off a part of a tooth, it’s technically a fracture. Even a tiny chip sustained can be considered a fracture, though; this isn’t a very serious injury. But

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Are You Embarrassed About Your Gummy Smile?

The optimal smile line should reveal the least amount of gum tissue possible. Gums in the smile line should have balanced, even contours that are in harmony with the upper lip. An average lip line shows only the teeth in your upper jaw and the bits of gum that extend upwards between your teeth. A

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How Dental Implants Improve Your Overall Health

Replacing missing teeth is important to your general health and to the health of your other teeth. Dental implants replace the root-part of a missing tooth. Dental implants are by far the best treatment to replace missing teeth of all the ways modern dentistry has to offer. There is no other tooth-replacement option that will

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Metal Free Dentistry

With the improving awareness of patients regarding oral health-related quality of life, the advancements in dentistry for dental materials have diversified. There is no progress in dentistry without the development of dental materials and technologies. From the distant past through to the present day, dentistry has been continuously invigorated by the development of both dental

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Regular Cleaning vs Deep Cleaning

We talk a lot about how periodontal or gum disease is linked to playing a larger role in systemic health, and is association with an increased risk of diabetes and heart disease. It’s important to understand that there is a big difference between regular cleaning and deep cleaning & its implications that each of these procedures

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Do You Know What Is A Deep Bite?

Teeth are an indispensable part of your body. They are vital for your overall health. Bad bite or traumatic bite is the result of misalignment of the teeth and jaws. Deep bite is one of the most common malocclusion seen in children as well as adults. Genetics, teeth crowding, failure of dental treatment or worn or

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Do You Feel Embarrassed To Smile?

Everyone wants a smile that they can be proud to show off. Your smile is the first thing people see and it’s usually a major factor in making that first impression on those you meet. Having imperfect teeth can cause a great deal of stress and anxiety. People often feel the need to hide their

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Immediate Implants

Dental implant offers the most cost-effective and long-term solution for replacement of missing teeth with high average life expectancy, providing the patient with the best sense of security and well-being. Oral health and oral health care are very important to maintain proper mastication, phonation, digestion, appearance, and psychological well-being. The loss of one or more

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Did you know dental sealants can help prevent cavities?

Brushing and flossing are the best ways to help prevent cavities, but it can be difficult to clean each and every groove and depression in your teeth especially your back teeth, you use to chew. Once bacteria are stuck in the pits it will generally stay there and decay the tooth rapidly, resulting in cavities.

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