Dental Trends of the Future: Leaving the Past Behind


Try A Dental-Friendly Strawberry-Topped Chocolate Birthday Cake

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What is a birthday without a cake? You may think that you must give up cake to protect your teeth. But you can stop worrying about that because the following birthday cake happens to be very tooth-friendly.  Secrets Behind The Birthday Cake The first two ingredients that deserve attention are in the topping. Both strawberries and honey happen to be very tooth-friendly. Strawberries contain an enzyme called malic acid. This enzyme will help dissolve the bio-film created by cavity-causing pathogens that stick to your teeth, tongue and...

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5 Signs That You Need To See A Dentist ASAP

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You probably already know that severe, unexplained tooth pain means that you need to visit a dentist ASAP, but there are other reasons why immediate dental care may be in order that aren’t so obvious. Following are five signs that you should make an appointment to see your dentist as soon as possible. Swollen Gums Inflamed gums signify the onset of a condition known as gingivitis. Gingivitis is caused by bacteria that is present in plaque. Besides painful, swollen gums, another sign of gingivitis is bleeding from the gums during...

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The Many Benefits Of Laser Dentistry

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Laser dentistry technology provides exciting new options for dental patients, including less pain, faster healing for certain procedures and decreased anxiety for patients that are bothered by the standard drill. While laser dentistry does not work for all dental procedures, for certain tasks it is a significant improvement over the old way of doing things. Some of the benefits of laser dentistry include: Increased accuracy Lasers give dentists increased control over the removal of decay and soft tissue. This means that less material needs to...

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Embarrassed By The Gap In Your Front Teeth? Here’s How Your Dentist Can Help

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You have a few different options for closing the gap between your front teeth. Keep in mind, unless the gap is so large it interferes with your ability to speak or eat, you don’t necessarily have to close it. If you think it gives you unique character, then you may be happy with the way your smile looks. On the other hand, if you feel self-conscious, you should talk to your dentist about your options. These are some treatments that might help. Frenectomy Sometimes, a gap in the front teeth is caused by a flap of tissue behind the upper...

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