Your Child Chipped A Tooth: Now What?

Posted on: 19 October 2015

When your child chips a tooth or has one knocked out, you may feel at a loss as to what to do. You don't want your child to get made fun of at school or look different than their friends when they smile, so you may be wondering what kinds of dental procedures exist to help fix their issues. So your child has chipped a tooth; here are the suggestions your dentist may make to help your child's smile appear more natural.
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Three Reasons To Make Sure Your Dentist Is Experienced With Veneers

Posted on: 22 September 2015

Restoring discolored, chipped or pitted teeth with veneers is growing in popularity as an effective way to correct many teeth at once. Patients can walk away with a new, natural looking smile that lasts for years. However, creating and placing veneers is a technical as well as an artistic process. Here is why you want to make sure your dentist has already placed a significant number of successful veneers before they do yours.
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Learn The Warning Signs Of Sleep Apnea And How Your Dentist Can Help

Posted on: 11 September 2015

Sleep apnea is a condition in which you may have long pauses in breathing while you are asleep. Sometimes these pauses can last for a few seconds and other times they may last for minutes. This disturbed breathing pattern throughout the night can lead to you feeling tired during the day. If left untreated, it can lead to more severe problems such as high blood pressure, depression and even heart failure.
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Tips For Lessening The Irritation Of A Canker Sore That's Driving You Crazy

Posted on: 20 August 2015

If you have a canker sore on your tongue, you may find it hard to eat, drink and talk. A canker sore can be painful and extremely irritating. Your main goal will be to get rid of it as quickly as possible. Of course, you'll also want to do all you can to make the irritation as little as possible. This article will help you deal with a canker sore until it heals.
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