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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.

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Bone Fragments In Your Gums After Dental Work: Is It Normal?

Dental work that requires the extraction of a tooth or any direct contact with the underlying alveolar bone can occasionally have an odd side effect. Sometimes, small fragments of bone or tooth dentin can be left behind, which then become lodged inside your gums during the healing process. Your body now registers these fragments as foreign objects and will attempt to discard them. As the fragments work their way outwards, you may begin to feel small spikes in your gum tissues as the fragments begin to exit. Read More 

Do Your Kids Make These Tooth Brushing And Flossing Mistakes?

Everyone knows the importance of brushing and flossing their teeth every single day. However, there may be some basic mistakes that your kids are making at home that are making their brushing and flossing not as effective. Here are some things to watch out for that they may be unaware of. Rinsing After Brushing Are your kids the type that immediately rinse their mouth out as soon as they are done brushing? Read More 

Why Would Your New Dental Bridge Affect Your Sense Of Taste?

For those with missing teeth, dental bridges certainly make it far easier to enjoy their favorite foods. Obviously, the simple act of chewing food (or mastication, to use its proper term) was severely compromised with those absent teeth, so now that your dental bridge has been fabricated and fitted, you're probably looking forward to enjoying mealtimes again. But while chewing has undeniably become easier, what's with that strange taste in your mouth? Read More 

4 Signs That You Need To See A Dentist About Your TMJ

The temporomandibular joint is a small but necessary part of the human body. It allows you to open and close your jaw to talk, sing, yawn, and chew. However, the TMJ is susceptible to dysfunction, like other parts of the body. TMJ disorders are sometimes colloquially known simply as TMJ. These disorders can cause pain and distress, and their symptoms rarely go away on their own. Fortunately, dentists can treat TMJ disorders using mouthguards, practical advice, and surgery. Read More