Pros And Cons Of Booking Two Separate Dental Appointments When Substantial Cleaning Is Needed

Posted on: 5 November 2018
If it's been a while since you visited a dentist and have finally made an appointment for an initial consultation, you may learn that you have a significant about of plaque that has built up on your teeth, especially along where they meet your gums. Your dentist will want to book a cleaning appointment, and may indicate that this appointment will be longer than usual. One alternative to consider is to ask for two separate cleaning appointments instead of one lengthy one.
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Pediatric Dental Implants: Why Not And What Now?

Posted on: 5 October 2018
Dental implants are a great option for adults who are missing permanent teeth.  A dental implant is a permanent fixture in the mouth, unlike other tooth replacement options. During the process, a titanium post is placed under the gum, and a replacement tooth is eventually secured to the post. Since implants fuse with bone in the jaw, there is a high success rate and none of the pesky little annoyances that come with dentures.
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How To Get Your Teeth Looking Like A Model's

Posted on: 22 September 2018
If you have less than model-worthy teeth, you are certainly not alone. Imperfect teeth are what keep dentists and cosmetic dentists in business, and because nobody is born with a perfect smile, everyone will need a little bit of altering. This article will take a closer look at a few ways that you can get your imperfect smile looking more and more like a model's. Read on to learn a little bit more. 
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It's Time For Your Kids To Go Back To School: Why Back-To-School Plans Should Include A Trip To The Dentist

Posted on: 24 August 2018
The new school year is about to begin. It's time to start getting your kids ready. If you haven't scheduled their back-to-school dental appointment, it's time to do that. You might not realize this, but your kids need to see the dentist before they head back to school, even if they don't seem to be having any current dental issues. Starting your kids out with a trip to the dentist is a good way to encourage proper oral hygiene.
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