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Get a Great Smile With Invisible Braces

Wearing braces used to involve large, ugly metal pieces stuck to your teeth. Many adults have rejected the idea of wearing braces because they felt they would look unprofessional or unattractive. Now there is a better way. I have been using invisible braces in my dental clinic for many years, and this blog will show you the variety of options you have for getting straighter teeth without traditional braces. Braces can now be completely clear, can be adhered to the back of you teeth, or can be used in the form of an invisible tray that fits over your teeth. Find out here how invisible braces can work for you.


Here’s How Your Dentist Will Repair Your Nail-Biting Damaged Teeth

When you bite your nails, you do a lot of damage to your teeth over time. The repeated clashing of your upper and lower teeth can cause parts of the teeth to break off, chip away, and just wear down, like rocks turning into sand. While it's best to stop biting your nails before all of this happens, there are ways to repair the damage after the fact. Talk to your dentist about getting your tooth repaired and this is what they'll likely do. Read More 

Why You Need A Regular Teeth Cleaning And Inspection

Think that you don't need to see a dentist for a regular teeth cleaning since you take great care of your teeth and they're not in pain? If so, you may not realize all of the benefits of having your teeth cleaned and inspected regularly by a dentist. Plaque and Tartar Removal Plaque is the gooey substance that collects on your teeth at the end of the day, and tartar is what forms when plaque hardens. Read More 

2 Ways To Help Your Child Handle Their Dental Worries

If your child is worried about getting their teeth looked at by the dentist. If they are worried about going to see the dentist, it's going to be really hard on your part to get them to go and then get them to cooperate with the dentist when they actually get there. You want to do what you can to help your child have good dental health, so you need to do what you can to help them deal with their fears or worries about going to the dentist. Read More 

The Problem With Receding Gums

Your gums serve important roles in your mouth, and that is why you should talk to your dentist if you have a problem with receding gums. Living with receding gums can lead to a lot of problems, and here are several things to understand about this subject. What are receding gums? Gums are found in your mouth on both the upper and lower arches, and they are there to hold your teeth in place and protect the roots of the teeth. Read More 

Keeping Your Mouth Free Of Bacteria

The role bacteria plays in our health has shown to be a surprisingly complex issue. Who knew that there could be such a thing as "good" bacteria? Unfortunately, bacteria is still a problematic issue when it comes to oral health, so read on to find out more about why it's so important to keep the mouth as free of bad bacteria as possible. Today's Bacteria is Tomorrow's Plaque No matter how obsessive you might be about oral cleanliness, bacteria will persist. Read More