What To Expect When Having Your Braces Removed

Posted on: 15 December 2015
After several long months, there's a good chance you're anxious about the day when you can finally have your braces removed and your perfect smile unleashed. You probably have plenty of questions and concerns about the removal process, including how long it'll take and if you'll feel any pain or discomfort. The following answers these and several other questions about having your braces removed. How Will Your Orthodontist Remove Your Braces?
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3 Oral Issues You Should See Your Dentist For

Posted on: 25 November 2015
You know when you have a toothache or sensitive teeth that it's time to see the dentist. What about other oral issues, such as sensitive or bleeding gums, canker sores that don't go away, or other mouth issues that cause discomfort? Here are 3 oral issues you should see your dentist about, even if they are unrelated to your teeth, and why it's important you do so. Lip injury 
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Two Ways Dental Implants May Help Alleviate Depression

Posted on: 5 November 2015
Depression is a mood disorder characterized by the person feeling a cocktail of distressing emotions such as sadness, anxiety, and hopelessness for an extended period of time. There are a variety of causes and treatments for this condition, but one thing that may help a person rebound from it is getting dental implants. Here are two ways these oral appliances may assist with alleviating depression. Improve Physical Health A number of oral health problems develop when a person loses teeth due to disease or trauma.
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3 Tips For Keeping Your Autistic Child Calmer When Visiting The Dentist

Posted on: 20 October 2015
Considering that even some adults experience dental fear, it likely comes as no surprise that a child suffering from autism may become overwhelmed and anxious during a dental visit. Even when doing everything right in introducing your child to the dentist and easing them into the atmosphere slowly, your child may just dislike being in that dental chair. Try these tips to help keep your autistic child calmer during dental visits.
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