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3 Myths About IV Sedation Dentistry

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Sedation dentistry is one of the most valued solutions in dental care, as it allows certain patients to receive dental care that they would otherwise be too fearful or anxious to attempt. Sedation dentistry typically comes in three broad forms: Nitrous Oxide (laughing gas), Oral Conscious Sedation (a sedative pill) or IV Sedation. Not every…

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Kick These Bad Habits for Your Teeth

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We all have habits, but not all habits are good ones. In fact, there may be some habits that you are doing every day that are wreaking havoc on your dental health. To ensure you aren’t caught off guard when tooth damage or discomfort occurs, here’s some insight from American Dental Association on which bad…

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Is Your Energy Drink Wearing Down Your Smile?

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Energy drinks are becoming more and more popular. People consider them a “healthier” alternative to sodas and a more effective beverage at improving sports performance and boosting energy levels. Unfortunately, despite their flavor and claims of enhancing your level of play, these drinks pose an overwhelming risk to your teeth. Double Whammy Sports and energy…

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No Dental Insurance? No Problem.

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Nearly 23% of the American population has no dental insurance coverage, according to a recent article in USA Today. Are you avoiding dental care because you lack dental insurance? In many cases, people without dental coverage wait for something to go wrong before they see a dentist. This is can be a costly and very…

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Fluoride Treatments for Adults: Who Can Benefit?

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While you may be familiar with fluoride as it relates to children’s dentistry, you should know that the importance of fluoride for your smile spans all ages. Fluoride is a key mineral in keeping your teeth strong and healthy, as it targets the outer enamel layer of your teeth. This layer is what protects your…

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Seal Out Decay Today!

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Your teeth are a very important feature of your body. Of course, the teeth are regularly taken for granted, and they do much more than most people give them credit for. The teeth help you chew your food, they help you speak and enunciate your words properly, they offer a smile to others, support one…

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Oral Cancer: Your Dentist Can Save Your Life

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Approximately 50,000 people will be diagnosed with oral cancer by 2017’s end. Oral cancer has a very high death rate of 43% at five years from diagnosis, making it an incredibly dangerous form of cancer. One of the scariest causes of the high death rate of oral cancer is that many people with the disease…

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Acid Erosion

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Acid: noun A chemical substance that neutralizes alkalis, dissolves some metals, and turns litmus red; typically, a corrosive or sour-tasting liquid. If acids can eat through metal, imagine what they can do to your teeth. Despite how many people treat their teeth, the teeth are not invincible. Yes, they are made up of the hardest…

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When Should a Sudden Issue Cause You to See an Emergency Dentist?

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Every person across the globe only receives one set of permanent teeth during his or her lifetime. These teeth are meant to remain inside the mouth to provide a complete, functional, and beautiful smile, and they are expected to last for years and years. However, in order for these teeth to last decade after decade,…

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Your Diet and Your Oral Health

Your diet affects every aspect of your health, yet many people overlook this fact. A greasy diet will affect your skin, a high-fat diet will affect your weight, and a high-sugar diet will affect your teeth. Almost every aspect of your body’s health begins with choices that you make surrounding your mouth. Smoking, food choices,…

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