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Why Dental Implants are Best for Replacing Missing Teeth

Having a full set of healthy teeth is important. A complete set of teeth help you with eating and communicating with other people. But did you know that a full set of healthy teeth also builds your self confidence and self worth because it makes you look more attractive and younger? A complete set of [...]

October 21st, 2017|

5 Proven Teeth Whitening Tips

Are you fond of drinking tea, coffee, iced tea, dark colored sodas and beverages? Admittedly most of us do but did you know these kinds of beverages could stain our teeth very bad? So how do you keep your teeth white and beautiful? Here are some teeth whitening tips that you should follow:

September 20th, 2017|

3 Major Signs of Periodontal Disease

The oral cavity is composed of the teeth, the jaw bone, the soft tissue (the gums, lips, cheeks, floor of the mouth) and the periodontal fibers — and health can only be declared when all of these structures are found at perfect health. The teeth, although the main structure of the mouth, is not the [...]

August 21st, 2017|

How Much is a Cavity Filling Without Insurance?

You may be concerned about the cost of a cavity filling treatment when you need to have a cavity filled, especially if you don’t have dental insurance. A common question dentists hear after diagnosing a cavity is “How much is a cavity filling without insurance?” Fortunately, this dental procedure is not expensive when compared to [...]

July 5th, 2017|

What is The Best Solution for Badly Damaged Teeth?

A dental crown is a tooth-shaped cover made out of ceramic or composite material that is fitted over your damaged or decayed tooth. Also called caps, crowns are fabricated to look just like your natural teeth. Crowns can hold together parts of a broken tooth and can also be used to hold a tooth bridge. [...]

June 22nd, 2017|

Save Your Tooth with a Root Canal Treatment

Patients who need to save their tooth need a root canal dentist because of poor oral hygiene or lack of preventative dental care. When detected early, an infected tooth can typically treated with a more conservative procedure. Patients who are conscientious and have their teeth cleaned twice a year are able to keep their teeth healthy because [...]

May 28th, 2017|