Dental Veneers For Teens

Posted on: 19 September 2017

When it comes to teeth, the teenage years can bring a lot of changes. Orthodontic work is common during this stage in life and many teens find that their smile changes a lot as they become young adults. Certain issues, such as irregularly shaped teeth, stains, chips, and spaces between the teeth, also become more noticeable during the teen years. While braces and other dental work can help correct these issues, dental veneers may also be something to consider.
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3 Ways To Make Braces Fun For Your Child

Posted on: 24 August 2017

When your child first learns that they need braces for their teeth, they may feel a bit unsure about the entire process. They may fear that they may not look the way that they would like to or that they may not be able to eat properly with their braces on. As a parent, it is very important that you do all that you can to alleviate their worries and ensure them that their braces are a very positive thing.
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Dealing With Tooth Stains When They Run In The Family

Posted on: 27 July 2017

You look in the mirror and notice that your teeth aren't as white as they used to be. Then, you catch a glimpse of your family portrait and notice that many people have similar tooth stains. The issue is that discolored teeth can run in families, which may limit the amount you can do to naturally lift stains out of your teeth with good brushing habits. But there are several interventions to consider at your dentist office:
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Three Habits That Could Result In A Trip To The Emergency Dentist

Posted on: 13 June 2017

People commonly associate emergency dentistry with sudden oral trauma, such as getting hit in mouth with a hockey puck. However, your daily habits—even some good ones—can also have you banging on the dentist's door after hours looking for help with damaged teeth and gums. Here are three things you're doing that may result in a trip to the emergency dentist's chair. Chewing Hard Candy, Ice, and Other Items There's something satisfying about crushing hard items between your teeth, especially when you're feeling frustrated or angry.
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