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Three Questions And Answers About Dental Implants

When a person is unfortunate enough to lose a tooth, it is important to understand the full range of options that are available to address this dental issue. Unfortunately, it can be common for patients to overlook the benefits of opting to receive a dental implant. If you have only recently started considering this tooth replacement option, you will likely benefit from learning the following few dental implant questions and answers. Read More 

Dental Sensitivity And Ways To Combat It

Some people seem to develop sensitive teeth as they age, while others apparently develop this condition after some type of dental trauma, such as an episode of dental decay. While there are many reasons for sensitivity, there are also a number of ways that you can combat it. So, rather than dread that ice-cold drink or your morning coffee, it is best to learn how to effectively deal with your sensitive teeth. Read More 

4 Things You Need To Know About Uremic Stomatitis

People suffering from renal failure, also known as kidney failure, can develop complications throughout their bodies, including inside their mouths. You may be at risk of uremic stomatitis, a painful, ulcerative oral condition. Here are four things you need to know about uremic stomatitis. What are the symptoms of uremic stomatitis? If you have uremic stomatitis, you will notice that you have ulcers on your oral tissues. Any of your oral soft tissues can be affected, including your tongue. Read More 

The 3 Stages Of Tooth Decay And How They Are Treated

As far as most people are concerned, tooth decay means one simple thing--cavities. Yet the process of decay is actually much more complex than this. If you would like to improve your dental health by learning more about tooth decay, read on. This article will introduce the three main stages--and how to treat them. Tooth Demineralization Tooth demineralization is the earliest stage of dental decay. It can often be recognized by the gradual appearance of white spots on the surface of your tooth's enamel. Read More 

4 Ways Pediatric Dentistry Has Changed For The Better

It is never a pleasant experience when a child needs to have a dental procedure done. They are not as good as adults when it comes to managing their discomfort, and the tools used can feel very large in a child's small mouth. You may not be aware of some of the advancements that have been made in dentistry that will make your child's dental procedure much easier for them. Read More