Heading Back To College After The Holidays? How To Protect Your Teeth Once You're Back

Posted on: 27 December 2017

If you're heading back to college after coming home for the holidays, you're probably loaded down with the gifts you received. In addition to those gifts, you should also be loaded down with information on how to keep yourself healthy now that you're living the active college life. You might not realize this yet, but college life can wreak havoc on your health; physical and dental. That's because you might not have the time to dedicate to your health anymore.
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It's Never Too Late For Straight Teeth: Why Invisalign Could Be The Best Option For You

Posted on: 2 December 2017

If you waited until later in life to get your teeth straightened, you might want to give Invisalign some consideration. While metal bracket braces are the most common form of orthodontic treatment, they're not always the best option. Before you choose a treatment plan to straighten your teeth, here are four good reasons you should talk to your orthodontist about Invisalign: More Comfortable Way to Straighten Your Teeth Now that you're going to have your teeth straightened, you might be worried about the pain and discomfort you'll be experiencing.
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Six Reasons You Might Want To Consider Dental Crowns

Posted on: 1 November 2017

Dental crowns are just one way to repair a damaged, cracked, or decayed tooth. A dental crown not only looks like your natural, healthy tooth, but it also functions as one, as well. Here are six reasons why you might want to consider dental crowns: You Have a Cavity: If you have a cavity that is too large to be filled, then you might want to consider covering it with a dental crown.
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Two Reasons Why Dental Care Is So Important For Your Toddler

Posted on: 4 October 2017

It's a relatively common misconception that toddlers don't need to see a dentist. Because they don't have their permanent teeth yet, it would seem that it's not important for you to seek out professional care for their baby teeth. However, although the current set of teeth that they have will come out at some point, it's still vital for your little one to have regular visits with a dentist. There are lessons that they can learn from the experience that can be highly beneficial for them.
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