Could Your Child Be Affected By Puberty Gingivitis?

Posted on: 2 February 2022
Puberty is a milestone in any young person's life. Childhood is giving way to the teenage years, with adulthood seemingly just around the corner. Parents might be less enthusiastic when they consider what might lay ahead (dating, parties, general teenage rebellion). But did you know that puberty can increase the risk of certain dental conditions for your child?  Puberty and Gum Disease Puberty gingivitis is pretty self-explanatory. It's a form of gingivitis that strikes during puberty.
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4 Things to Ask For the Next Time You Visit the Dentist’s Office

Posted on: 14 December 2021
Most people don't really like going to the dentist's office. However, routine dental care is necessary for good oral health. Fortunately, small adjustments can make visiting the dentist's office more bearable. Here are four things you can ask for to make your next trip to the dentist's office more comfortable: 1. Topical Anesthesia Local anesthesia is used before dental procedures to provide pain relief during invasive treatments. Unfortunately, the injection of local anesthesia can be slightly painful.
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Tips For Getting Dental Care When You Don't Have Dental Coverage

Posted on: 8 November 2021
A lot of regular medical insurance policies do not include dental care. This is something that is normally covered under a separate dental policy. If you do not currently have adequate coverage, you might feel as though your oral health needs will need to be put on the back burner. You really do not want to do that because it is imperative that you are keeping your teeth and gums clean and healthy.
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Your Dental Implant Questions Answered

Posted on: 28 September 2021
Many Americans have missing teeth, but that doesn't mean you don't want to replace those missing teeth. You may already know about dentures and dental bridges, but there is one more option to consider: dental implants. If you want to know more, keep reading. How Does a Dental Implant Work? Dental implants are unique from both dentures and dental bridges because they use the jawbone for support. Dental bridges, like implants, are non-removable, but they use teeth to secure them, which can put extra stress on those teeth.
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