Dental Anxiety

Fear of the dentist and dental treatments can discourage people from getting the care they need. Dentists should encourage patients to be honest and share their concerns and then together they can establish methods to make the dental treatments as…
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Full Cosmetic Makeovers in One Visit

With the use of an in-house CAD/CAM milling machine, it is now possible for cosmetic dental procedures to be done during one visit including getting dental bridges, implants and porcelain veneers, saving patients time and energy. If someone wants to…
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Gingivitis and Periodontal Treatment

Gingivitis is an inflammation of the gums caused by a buildup of bacteria. With proper brushing and flossing at home along with regular professional dental cleanings, gingivitis can be reversed. If ignored, it can lead to serious bone loss. How…
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Digital X-Rays

Digital dental X-rays are superior to traditional X-rays because they use less radiation, are more accurate and provide immediate results. Why is it important to have X-rays taken during routine dental visits? Dr. Darren McKeever: Well, the quick answer on…
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Diet & Dental Health

Eating a balanced diet including protein and calcium will help keep teeth healthy. Learn which foods stain teeth and why you should stop drinking soda, smoking and chewing on ice. What are the nutrients that teeth need to stay strong?…
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All About Root Canals

Getting a root canal today is much easier and more comfortable than in the past due to advances in technology. Warning signs that you might need a root canal include experiencing increasing pain in the tooth and pain when biting down. Could…
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Sensitive Teeth

If you suffer from sensitive teeth a dentist can determine what is causing the sensitivity and find ways to treat and eliminate the causes. What does the term sensitive teeth really mean, and what symptoms does it include? Dr. Darren…
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Digital X-Rays

Digital dental X-rays are superior to traditional X-rays because they use less radiation, are more accurate and provide immediate results. Why is it important to have X-rays taken during routine dental visits? Dr. Darren McKeever: Well, the quick answer on…
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How to Handle a Dental Emergency

The three most common dental emergencies that I see are either pain, swelling, or something that is broken. Pain and swelling really need to be seen as soon as possible by a dentist. Broken things may be at the discretion…
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Tooth Trauma and Dental Emergencies

Dental emergencies that are the result of accidents such as when a tooth gets knocked out or pushed up into the gums require immediate attention. There are other dental problems like swollen gums or cracked teeth that may not seem…
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