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Gum Recession

Receding gums are a common dental health problem affecting a large number of Americans.  Gum recession refers to the process by which the gum tissue that surrounds to teeth pulls back or wears away, exposing more of the tooth or the tooth’s root.  When this occurs, pockets or gaps form between the teeth and the…

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Types of Dental Fillings

There are a variety of different types of materials that can be used to fill cavities in the teeth including the following: gold silver amalgam composite ceramic glass ionomers Some types of fillings are better suited for certain conditions.  When trying to decide which type of filling is best suited for you, you need to…

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Canker Sores and Your Dental Health

A canker sore is a small shallow lesion that develops on the soft tissue of the mouth.  Canker sores are also referred to as “aphtous ulcers” and are not contagious.  They are, however, painful and can make eating, drinking and even talking difficult.  In most cases, canker sores go away on their own within one…

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Today’s Dentures

Today’s dentures are not like the dentures of the past. In the past, many denture wearers complained of uncomfortable, loose-fitting dentures that had the appearance of false teeth.  For these reasons, this tooth replacement system left a lot to be desired.  However, with today’s advanced technology and manufacturing processes, today’s dentures look more like natural…

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Healthy Eating Habits for Improved Dental Health

Have you ever heard the expression, “you are what you eat?” While this popular saying is not literally true, it does make a good point: what you eat has a major affect on your overall health. This is especially true when it comes to your dental health. So, if you want avoid costly and painful…

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Which Teeth Whitening Solution is Best For Me?

Teeth whitening is the most requested cosmetic dental procedure in the United States. This is because everyone wants to have a whiter, more vibrant and healthy looking smile. That is why these days, it is not a matter of whether or not you should whiten your teeth, it is just a matter of which teeth…

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