Signs That You May Need A Root Canal

Posted on: 17 March 2018
Some people are intimidated by the thought of having a root canal treatment. The procedure involves the drilling of a hole into a tooth to remove the pulp, which contains the dental nerves and blood supply of the tooth. Once the tooth is emptied of the soft pulp material, the tooth's interior is cleaned, disinfected, and filled. Finally, a dental crown is added to restore the appearance and functionality of the tooth.
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3 Tips To Encourage Young Children To Brush Their Teeth

Posted on: 17 February 2018
Are you the parent of a young child? Do you struggle with him or her about getting him or her to brush his or her teeth? Good dental hygiene is important but can be a difficult skill to pass on to the next generation. Very young children are unlikely to completely understand the concept of cavities and so it can be difficult to persuade them to thoroughly brush their teeth as they should.
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Three Medical Conditions That Can Affect Your Oral Health

Posted on: 21 January 2018
If you're like most people, you take pretty good care of your teeth and are hoping to enjoy good dental health for years to come. However, you may not be aware that certain medical conditions potentially have adverse affects on your teeth and gums and that you may have to practice extra diligence when it comes to maintaining optimal oral health. Following are three common medical conditions that can cause damage to your teeth and gums.
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3 Ways Poor Dental Health Can Raise Risk For Cardiovascular Disease

Posted on: 18 December 2017
While most people know that poor oral hygiene practices can lead to gum disease and cavities. In addition, when people fail to care for their teeth and gums, they may be less confident to meet their personal and professional goals because of their appearance. Although these reasons can have a negative impact on your life, poor dental health can heighten the risk for an even more serious situation. Here are three ways poor dental health can raise your risk for cardiovascular disease, and what you can do about them:
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