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How Can I Prevent Dry Socket After My Tooth Extraction?

October 3, 2023

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CGI of a blood clot over an empty socket next to other teeth in the mouth

Appropriate aftercare is a crucial aspect of a successful tooth extraction. If you’ve just had a pearly white pulled, after all, then you’ve just experienced a procedure like any other that could result in complications. One common condition some patients develop is dry socket, which can be quite painful and frustrating! Keep reading to learn more about what it is and why it happens so that you can be sure to avoid it!


Why Does My Child Need a Tooth Extraction?

September 6, 2023

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Typically, people think about removing teeth in the context of wisdom teeth. This is usually people’s first experience with any kind of oral surgery, and it doesn’t really happen until late adulthood. That’s why you might be a little bit surprised if your child’s dentist recommends a tooth extraction.

However, there are plenty of reasons why that may be necessary. If your child is stressed about the procedure, it may be useful to explain to them why the treatment is necessary in order to put them at ease. With that in mind, here’s what you should know about the potential of your child needing a tooth extraction, and how you can make the procedure as stress-free as possible for them.


Can Invisalign Fix Bite Problems?

August 18, 2023

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Clear aligners in opened handBraces aren’t just for children and teens. 1 in 5 orthodontic patients is over the age of 18, thanks to less noticeable treatment options, like Invisalign. Clear aligners can fix overcrowded, gapped, and rotated teeth. Did you know that Invisalign can fix bite problems, too? Here is how you can correct your bite with no brackets or wires.


Is It Safe to Have Dental Work During Pregnancy?

August 8, 2023

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Pregnant woman laying in bed with her hand on her stomachYour oral and overall health are closely connected, which means a healthy smile is very important for expectant mothers. Unfortunately, pregnancy can take a toll on your teeth and gums. Whether a new issue has occurred or you have an untreated problem, it’s normal to have concerns about the safety of dental work during pregnancy. Contrary to what you might have heard, it’s safe and encouraged to visit your dentist. However, if you require any dental procedures, here are a few things you should know.


How Should I Handle a Dental Emergency While Working Overseas?

July 28, 2023

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People working

Dental emergencies have the potential to happen at any time or in any place, even when you’re traveling abroad for work. Sometimes the local fare can be more sugary than you anticipated, which can lead to toothache. Other times the local community has limited access to dental care, meaning you should know where a good dentist is ahead of time. Luckily, there are steps you can take to be prepared for such an occasion. Read on to learn about how you can be ready for a dental emergency while working overseas.


Keep Your Dentures in Shape with These Good Habits

July 13, 2023

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Woman smiles in dentists chair

Modern dentures are a comfortable and convincing way to restore your smile, and they require proper care and maintenance to stay in working order. They can warp or stain if they are not cleaned properly, causing discomfort and making them less visually appealing. Bad denture habits can also allow uncontrolled growth of bacteria, threatening the patient’s oral and dental health. Here are a few tips to help you care for your dentures and protect your investment.


Which Toothpaste is Best for Veneers?

June 30, 2023

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Toothbrush with toothpasteVeneers can give you a picture-perfect smile quickly that can last for a decade or longer. You won’t have to undergo multiple procedures to address stains, chips, gaps, and other imperfections. After just two appointments, you can have the smile of your dreams. Don’t let something as simple as using the wrong toothpaste compromise your investment. Here’s how to choose the best toothpaste for your veneers.


3 Dental Trends That Are Likely to Emerge in the Next Decade

June 8, 2023

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woman sitting in the dentist’s chair

Dentistry is a growing and transforming industry. Whether it is the technology used, scientific discoveries, or treatment options that make up these changes, it should come as no surprise that new developments are on the horizon. But which ones are likely to make their way into the dentist’s office? A local expert shares their opinion on three of the most expected dental trends that will emerge in the next decade.


5 Tips to Make Caring for Their Smile More Fun for Your Child

May 2, 2023

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a father and son having fun while brushing their teeth

Do you find it exhausting trying to get your little one to care for their smile consistently and effectively? If so, you are not alone! Children are usually not prone to do things that aren’t considered fun, especially when it comes to their oral health. Therefore, it’s time to bring excitement and engagement to their dental care routine so they can feel motivated on their own. By implementing a few helpful tips, they can begin to see the importance of brushing and flossing their pearly whites, while also having a good time! Read on to learn five ways to make dental care fun for your child.


Addressing Tooth Sensitivity in Children

April 2, 2023

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a child suffering from oral sensitivity

If your child has been telling you that their teeth feel sensitive whenever they brush their teeth, or even just in general, it isn’t something that you should ignore. While it might not always seem serious or urgent, it’s possibly the sign of an underlying issue—not to mention, it causes discomfort for your little one! That said, you should want to understand the issue and know how to treat it so that your little one can quickly go back to happily smiling without irritation! Here’s more from your trusted pediatric dentist about what causes tooth sensitivity in children and some tips for addressing the issue.

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