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4 Reasons to Choose Bonding for a Damaged Tooth
11/06/2018
Today, patients with discolored, cracked, chipped, and decayed teeth have an array of tooth repair options. Dental implants, crowns, and veneers are some of the cosmetic dentistry solutions for unsightly teeth and gaps in the smile.
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Dental Care for a Child With Autism
10/26/2018
Your child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) deserves to have a healthy smile. Learn some tips for helping your child with ASD take care of their teeth.
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Children and Halitosis
09/28/2018
From smoking to drinking too much coffee or soda, several things can cause adults to suffer from halitosis, or bad breath. Indulging in bad habits are a few reasons why a parent lives with halitosis, but why does this condition also affect their child? Children of all ages, from toddlers to teenagers, live with bad breath.
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Your Toddler and Pacifiers
09/11/2018
Continued use of pacifiers, or sucking on a finger or thumb, can negatively impact a child's dental health and appearance. Here is some important information about the benefits of pacifiers for newborns and how to help you infant or toddler beat their pacifier or thumb-sucking habit.
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5 Facts About Dehydration and Tooth-Friendly Summer Beverages
07/19/2018
Kids and adults develop intense summer thirst while engaging in yard work, weekend hikes, and team sports. Keep yourself and your kids hydrated this summer with healthy, tooth-enhancing drinks. Here's what you should know about dehydration and healthy drinks.
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4 Facts About Traumatic Dental Injuries
07/02/2018
In summer, physical injuries to teeth occur due to mishaps at sporting events, car collisions while traveling, and other incidents during summer activities like biking and swimming.
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Eating Disorders and Dental Health: A Guide for Preservation and Recovery
04/30/2018
While awareness of eating disorders has grown, they are still a pressing health concern for teenagers and young adults. Children and older adults can also have eating disorders. There are a number of health problems that come from long-term disordered eating, and your teeth can suffer just as much as the rest of your body. Bulimia and anorexia nervosa both impact your oral health. While treating and recovering from an eating disorder, you'll need to confer with your dentist about how you can help get your smile back on track. Consider how your teeth can be affected by an eating disorder and what your dentist can do to help you repair the damage.
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4 Facts for Parents About Hyperdontia in Children
03/27/2018
Extra teeth can grow in front of or behind the baby teeth inside the mouth of a small child. An extra tooth may begin growing between the two front permanent teeth of an older child. Two peg-shaped teeth may form behind a child's top incisors. An entire extra mouthful of tooth buds can grow alongside a child's actual teeth.
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Basic Habits and Lifestyle Choices That Lead to Healthy Teeth and Gums
03/01/2018
Healthy teeth don't happen by accident. Many people must make specific lifestyle choices and develop good habits that can help them keep their teeth healthy. Knowing the best way to floss, brush, and care for your teeth can help you avoid dental problems like cavities.
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Tips for Helping Your Children Rock at Brushing Their Teeth
02/05/2018
Children need to learn proper brushing techniques and develop healthy habits from the start. Otherwise, they may suffer with tooth decay that can lead to a variety of problems. According to ABC News, children in the U.S. lost 51 million school hours to dental problems in one year. Help your kids prevent tooth decay by teaching them how to rock at brushing their teeth.
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Adult Tooth Extraction | Treasured Smiles Dentistry, LLC
01/24/2018
When you think of tooth extractions, you may picture a child's first wobbly tooth or the more complex procedure surrounding wisdom tooth removal. However, some adult patients need tooth extractions other than wisdom tooth surgery.
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Talk to Your Teen About the Harmful Effects of Vaping
01/03/2018
As kids transition from grade school to middle or high school, they're tempted to try grownup activities that aren't necessarily good for them. One of these newest temptations is the use of an electronic, or e-cigarette. This habit, called vaping, is intended to replace tobacco smoke with a vaporized form of the drug. Many believe that vaping is a harmless habit because you’re not inhaling smoke. However, vape pens aren’t any better for your oral health than regular cigarettes. Here’s how you can discuss vaping and its effect on teeth with your kids.
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How Can Hidden Tooth Decay Affect Your Teeth and Body?
12/07/2017
If your enamel looks almost perfect with no signs of tooth decay, you might think it's okay to put off your dental appointments. Even if you think your teeth are healthy, cavities can show up in places you can't see with the naked eye. If you don't find and treat the decay, it can potentially cause lifelong problems for you, including pain and infection. Here are things to know about hidden tooth decay and what you can do to detect it and protect your teeth from having problems.
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Sensitive Teeth: Causes Sensitive Teeth: Causes, Prevention and Treatment Options
11/06/2017
Around 57 percent of adults aged 20 to 50 suffer from sensitive teeth. If you having trouble enjoying a glass of ice water or hot cup of coffee, you might struggle with this issue. Going to the dentist is the first step in determining whether you have sensitive teeth and what you can do to avoid the discomfort. Here are a few of the most common reasons why you're dealing with sensitive teeth, ways to prevent sensitive teeth and treatment options available.
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Older Adults Often Have an Increased Need for Dental Care
Older Adults Often Have an Increased Need for Dental Care
10/09/2017
As you get older, several factors put you at higher risk for oral health problems. Thinning enamel, gum disease, ill-fitting dentures, side effects of certain medications and medical conditions such as diabetes, arthritis and osteoporosis can increase your need for dental treatment.
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FAQs About CEREC Crowns
FAQs About CEREC Crowns | Treasured Smiles Dentistry, LLC
08/31/2017
Dental procedures can take significant period of time. Receiving a traditional crown is one of the most notoriously lengthy treatments. Luckily, more and more patients now have the option to choose CEREC same-day crowns instead.
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How Can You Know for Sure That Veneers Are Right for You
08/02/2017
If you've spent years being slightly to extremely dissatisfied with your smile (and its impact on your overall appearance), you may have considered dental veneers as one of your restorative options.
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6 Terrible Dental Habits That Kids Should Break Today
6 Terrible Dental Habits That Kids Should Break Today
06/28/2017
All parents want their kids to have healthy teeth and gums. That's why endless hours go into making dental care more fun, and moms and dads strive to motivate their children to brush their teeth for a full two minutes each night. Regular visits to the dentist are also an important part of helping kids attain optimal oral health.
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Trauma to Baby Teeth
Trauma to Baby Teeth: What Parents Need to Know
06/08/2017
Tooth injuries are an unfortunate reality, especially for young children who have not developed the best coordination and muscle control. Many times, tooth injuries are superficial, and they heal just as quickly as an injury to any other part of a fast-growing child's body.
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6 Tips for Proper Dental Care in Your Baby's First Year
6 Tips for Proper Dental Care in Your Baby's First Year
05/02/2017
Even though your child will start losing them in elementary school, baby teeth are essential for your little one's ongoing dental health. They allow your child to chew and to develop proper speech patterns, and they guide the adult teeth into place. A lifetime of good dental health starts with proper dental care during your child's first year of life. Follow these six tips for a healthy first year!
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