Why Your Teeth Can Break And How To Protect Them

Posted on: 6 March 2015

Getting a chipped, broken or missing tooth is surprisingly common, and can be influenced by everything from physical activity and your diet to unconscious habits. Your dentist is capable of fixing any tooth-related breakage using a variety of materials depending on what you need. To help reduce the risk of breaking teeth, it's worth looking at your current habits to see if you can make any changes or improvements. Types Of Damage
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Why Common Courtesy Is So Important When It Comes To Dentist Appointments

Posted on: 20 February 2015

When you make a dental appointment, you are saying to your dentist and his or her office that you plan on being there at the time and date specified. If you blow off the appointment or forget, and then do not make a phone call to explain, you put your dentist in a tight spot. Some people think very little of calling after the fact, but the point is that your dentist was expecting you and a little common courtesy goes a long way.
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What To Do With Sensitive Gag Reflex

Posted on: 10 February 2015

A sensitive gag reflex is one of the most annoying and frustrating things in the world, especially when it comes to receiving any kind of dental procedures. When you have sensitive gag reflexes, your tongue often disowns food that it feels is unsafe for your body. This can be irritating when you're trying to undergo a dental procedure peacefully. Since a sensitive gag reflex often gets in the way of you getting a properly done dental treatment, it's then safe to say that it also gets in the way of you trying to develop a bright, beautiful, and healthy smile.
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What Is The Difference Between An Overbite, Underbite, And Crossbite?

Posted on: 28 January 2015

When it comes to jaw alignment issues, you have one of three problems: an overbite, an underbite, or a crossbite. The way your teeth are aligned in conjunction with your jaw will determine which of these you have. All of them can be treated by orthodontic treatment, though the exact treatment you need might vary slightly. Here is more information about these jaw and bite issues: What is an underbite?
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