Dental Implants: How To Care For Them And How They Differ From Natural Teeth

Posted on: 3 December 2015

Dental implant technology has changed dramatically over the past two decades. Today it is possible to have missing teeth replaced with natural looking, permanent dental implants in only a few visits to your dentist. While dental implants look and feel like natural teeth, they are different in a number of ways and require a bit of extra special attention to stay healthy. When you care for your dental implants properly, they should last permanently.
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3 Reasons Your Tongue Just Grew A Fuzzy Layer

Posted on: 13 November 2015

You start to brush your teeth one morning and suddenly discover that your tongue has sprouted a new fuzzy layer on its surface. No, you're not turning into a werewolf from the inside out. Fuzzy tongues aren't uncommon and the causes tend to be both benign and easy to treat.                                                                                                       Here are a few of the reasons your tongue could have grown a fuzzy layer.  Hairy Tongue Hairy tongue is one of the few causes of darker colored tongue fuzz.
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Don't Let a Dental Concern Hold You Back

Posted on: 26 October 2015

Your outward appearance should never be overlooked. While what's inside is very important, people will sometimes more readily judge and interact with you based on how you look. This is true when it comes to developing relationships and even getting a new job. Nowhere is this statement truer than when it comes to your smile. When you speak, people's eyes will be drawn to your mouth. It's imperative that you're always representing yourself in the best light.
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Oral Health And Overall Health: 5 Conditions That Might Be Caused By Poor Oral Health

Posted on: 12 October 2015

Good oral hygiene isn't just important for your teeth, it's important for your entire body. Believe it or not, several health conditions can be linked to having poor oral health. So if you aren't convinced so how important teeth are now, you will be soon. Here are five health conditions that might be caused by poor oral health: 1. Heart Disease Dental health has been shown to have a direct connection to the heart.
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