3 Precautions To Keep Your Child's Teeth In Great Shape

Posted on: 30 December 2015

As a parent, it can be difficult to protect your little one's teeth from decay. However, there are precautions that you can take to help keep your child's teeth in great shape. Here are a few: No Sodas Carbonated beverages are acidic. In fact, the pH of Coke is around 2.5.  Generally, pH values range between 0 and 14. The most acidic substances have the lowest pH, and the most alkaline liquids have a pH closer to 14.
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What To Expect When You Get Veneers To Fix Your Uneven Teeth

Posted on: 14 December 2015

If you're unhappy with your smile because you have a few front teeth that are crooked, veneers may be the answer. Veneers are thin porcelain covers that fit over your teeth. They can change the shape of your teeth to make them appear straight and even with your other teeth. You can pick the shade of white for your veneers, so you can have a whiter smile too. Veneers are a fast way to improve the appearance of your teeth.
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Dental Implant Care: Tips To Keep Your Implant Safe

Posted on: 23 November 2015

If your dentist has suggested that you get a dental implant to replace a lost tooth, its important that you understand what having an implant means for your future care. Since dental implants involve inserting a post into your jawbone, it is in your best interest to take the best possible care of it to avoid having to inflict further trauma to the area. Here are some tips you should know about taking care of dental implants to get the longest possible life from them.
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Three Reasons To Start Dental Care Before Teeth Appear

Posted on: 4 November 2015

As soon as your baby starts teething, dentists recommend that you start implementing good dental hygiene practices. Because your baby is much too young to do any dental cleaning alone, these practices will fall to you as the parent, meaning that you'll need to clean your infant's mouth several times a day. You may feel like this is a waste of time because your child hasn't even grown any teeth yet, but the dentists have good reasons to recommend this practice.
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