Busting Dental Myths

Posted on: 10 August 2016

Bacteria and germs are the major culprits for causing tooth decay. Over the years many myths have been associated with dreaded plaque, tooth decay, and the causes of tooth decay. Here are a few of those myths and the real truth behind what makes them a myth. Hygiene Myths Bleeding Gums are normal. Fact: The first sign of infection is bleeding gums, which is caused by harmful plaque. Flossing is essential to reach up to 35% of the plaque-ridden areas on your tooth surfaces.
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Exposing Myths about Dental Implants

Posted on: 10 August 2016

At one time, the only option you had after tooth loss was dentures. Dental implants have now become a possibility, and they may be the perfect option for you. There are numerous myths surrounding dental implants. Here's a look at the most commonly heard ones. People Will See Your Implants Too many people believe that it will be obvious that they've had implants. The truth is far from the myth, as dental implants are created to look as natural as possible.
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Questions About Dental Veneers

Posted on: 26 July 2016

If you have seen people with perfectly white, straight teeth, you may have assumed that they were just fortunate enough to have great genes. However, genetics are not always the reason that teeth look great. In fact, great-looking teeth are not always achievable through great genes or even good dental hygiene. Sometimes, the perfect appearance of teeth is due to cosmetic dental applications, such as veneers. Here are a few questions and answers about dental veneers:
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2 Homemade Remedies To Help Soothe Inflammation Cause By Parotitis

Posted on: 29 June 2016

Poor dental health can cause a number of issues with your mouth. One of the biggest issues that this creates is bacterial infections. These infections can irritate anything from your gums to your teeth. However, a bacterial infection that is not so obvious is parotitis. This bacterial infection often occurs when bacteria contaminate your salivary glands. You will often experience dry mouth and pain around your mouth and face as a result of this.
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