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Study Links Poor Dental Health to Pneumonia

January 9, 2012
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British newspaper, The Telegraph, is reporting on a recent study from Yale University, which shows a link between poor oral hygiene and pneumonia.  As you may know, pneumonia is a serious lung infection, characterized by symptoms such as cough, fever and shortness of breath.  It has been suggested that up to 60,000 pneumonia cases result...  read more

Starting Early: Why Infant Dental Care Matters

January 3, 2012
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Infants usually only have a few teeth, so how important is seeing a dentist at such a young age?  Very important says a recent article from Medical News Today.  According to the report, infants who are just 6 to 12 months old should be seen by a dentist, citing The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry's...  read more

New Year, New Smile: Why You Should Consider Cosmetic Dentistry in 2012

December 27, 2011
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As the New Year approaches, we often decide on something we want to improve about ourselves.  Whether it’s eating healthier or exercising more frequently, New Year’s resolutions symbolize a positive change—a fresh start.  So, how about making a different sort of resolution this year?  How about taking another look at some of the cosmetic dental...  read more

Want to Ace that Interview? A Whiter Smile May Be the Answer!

December 19, 2011
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You would never show up for a job interview wearing tennis shoes or a wrinkled suit, but how about a less-than-brilliant smile?  According to one survey, having white teeth may be more important than you think. While we can all appreciate the appearance of white, gleaming teeth, do we really know how important they can...  read more

When Braces Won’t Do: Choosing Invisalign

December 12, 2011
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We are all used to seeing teenagers running around with a mouth full of braces, but for many adults, that’s simply not an option.  For those in business, the public eye or for those who recognize the need for a mature, professional appearance, the thought of traditional dental braces is extremely distressing.   At the same...  read more

Sedation Dentistry: Keeping Comfortable

December 5, 2011
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For many people, going to the dentist can be a white-knuckle experience.  Whether based on irrational fears, negative past experiences or high tooth sensitivity, countless individuals associate the dentist with pain and stress.  However, thanks to modern medicine, there are options available for those who otherwise avoid the dentist at all costs. What is Sedation...  read more

What is the Difference Between Crowns and Veneers?

November 25, 2011
by blogarticles

Both crowns and veneers can help restore teeth that have been damaged or that have significant flaws. In the past, crowns were more typically used to help improve the appearance and function of these teeth. Now, there are two options available, and veneers have become the more popular option. What is the Difference Between Crowns...  read more

Is Cosmetic Dentistry Overseas Dangerous?

November 7, 2011
by blogarticles

Individuals researching cosmetic dentistry will often find that they come across information on cosmetic dentistry overseas. This can seem appealing as they get to travel to exotic locations and have procedures done at lower costs. However, there are a number of different risks posed with choosing cosmetic dentistry overseas. Risks of Cosmetic Dentistry Overseas When...  read more

What Causes Discolored Teeth?

October 28, 2011
by blogarticles

The discoloration of teeth is an issue that many individuals complain about. They do not appreciate what yellow or stained teeth do to their smile. While it is possible to treat discoloration with whitening procedures, preventing staining before and after is essential. Preventing Tooth Discoloration The following is often responsible for staining teeth: Poor oral...  read more

Treating Snoring Through Dentistry

October 21, 2011
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Individuals do not typically relate dentistry and snoring together. However, dentists do offer a major solution. Snoring treatment falls under the cosmetic umbrella since it is a condition that can affect how people perceive you. How Does Dentistry Treat Snoring? The specific snoring condition that is treated by dentistry is Obstructive Sleep Apnea.  With this...  read more

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