Many dental patients are curious about Invisalign vs braces. Whether you’ve been considering orthodontic treatment for yourself or for your teen, Invisalign has and continues to often be the preferred choice for achieving that perfect smile. Why? We’re glad you asked! We have your “in” to the outstanding, modern, innovative way to straighten teeth without having to hide your heavy metal.
Discussions of sugar and dental health usually come with cautionary tales and warranted warnings. After all, it has been proven that sugar is what leads to the bacteria that cause tooth decay. We also happen to know that untreated tooth decay affects more than 2.4-billion people worldwide, and an added 743-million individuals have been reported as having periodontal disease.
Five Teen Dental Care Practices that Are On Fleek and Easy to Keep!
Did you know that according to the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial research, 20 percent of children between the ages of 12 and 19 have untreated tooth decay? Another report by the American Dental Association (ADA) reveals that teens have some of the highest rates in tooth decay overall, tend to have poor nutritional habits, and an increased chance of traumatic injury and periodontal disease. Teen Dental Care can go a long way in ensuring your teen is practicing best oral hygiene practices in a modern world with safety and success.
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If you have ever had a chipped or broken tooth, then you know that it can be a terribly painful experience.
Even smaller chips or cracks can end in an emergency trip to the Dentist to get things patched up.
Halloween is back with its spooks and frights! With Halloween’s return comes Mounds of candies.
Sugary, chocolatey, sweet, sticky candy. While you’re stocking your house to the brim with candy to give away to the neighborhood kids, your kids are dreaming of ways to stuff as much candy in their mouths as possible.
We’ve heard throughout our lives which food we need to stay away from. “Don’t eat candy” you may have heard, or “Coffee stains your teeth” or “Don’t eat that entire cake.” With all this negativity about food and teeth, you might be relieved to know that there are plenty of foods out there that are good for your teeth. In fact, you might already be consuming some of them on a daily basis! Your dentist will love you if you partake in these five foods on a regular basis!
Toothpaste has been around since 5000bc (thank the Egyptians) and its effectiveness has existed in almost every civilization since then.
In the last 100 years, we have pioneered most promising changes to toothpaste that will make your teeth healthier than our ancestors could have ever dreamed.
something that cures or remedies without causing harmful side effects:
So far there is no magic bullet for economic woes.
Never Ignore Your Wisdom Teeth!
In recent years, dentists and oral surgeons are more likely to recommend wisdom tooth removal at the first sign of an issue, or even before then! Wisdom teeth are left over relics from our bygone ancestors who didn’t have access to the luxuries we’re accustomed to such as toothpaste and novocaine. This meant that they needed a few extra teeth to come in later in life once a few have been broken, lost, or otherwise put out of use.