4 Signs That You Need to See Your Dentist Now Rather Than Later

Posted on: 9 June 2015

You may know that it's good to get a checkup at your dentist's office every year, but if you're like most adults, you may put off these checkups for as long as possible. Seeing the dentist can be uncomfortable and even painful in some cases, and some people may not be able to afford the cost of a checkup. No matter your reasons for avoiding the dentist, you might note a few surprising signs that you should book an appointment now, rather than waiting.
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Familiarize Yourself With Different Orthodontic Treatments

Posted on: 7 May 2015

If you have poorly positioned or crowded teeth, an orthodontist can help restore your smile. This not only improves your appearance, but it also restores the bite of your teeth and ensures your jawbones get the necessary support to prop up your facial structures. Once you make an appointment with an orthodontist, they can prescribe various forms of treatment depending on your condition. These treatments include: Traditional braces Traditional braces are the most popular of all orthodontic treatments.
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You're Once... Twice... Three times a Patient: How Often Should You Visit the Dentist?

Posted on: 13 April 2015

Your dentist is probably a very nice person, and yet, you perhaps don't visit him or her as often as you should. While a lack of contact doesn't hurt your dentist's feelings, it's a bad habit to get into. The only thing that can get hurt by visits that are too infrequent are your teeth and gums, and of course, your wallet. So how often should you visit your dentist, and is it the same for everyone?
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3 Reasons Your Child's Baby Teeth Are Important

Posted on: 13 March 2015

All humans typically develop baby teeth, also known as milk, deciduous or primary teeth, under the gums during the second trimester of pregnancy. The teeth will usually emerge from the gums and will eventually fall out to be replaced with permanent, adult teeth. But some people still don't think that these baby teeth are important. After all, they'll fall out and it's the adult teeth that need the most care to last the child the rest of their life.
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