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  • What Should You Consider Before Choosing a New Dentist?

    Choosing a new dentist is an important decision that can significantly impact your oral health and overall well-being. Whether you’re relocating, seeking specialized dental care, or simply looking for a change, there are several factors to consider when selecting a new dentist. The following are a few considerations that can help you make an informed […]

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    Top Ways to Prevent a Dental Emergency

    Dental emergencies can be painful, inconvenient, and often require immediate professional attention. The good news is that many dental emergencies can be prevented with proper dental care and protection. What are the top ways to prevent a dental emergency? Here are a few tips to help you reduce your risk of unexpected dental issues. An article […]

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    The Dangers of Leaving an Infected Tooth Untreated

    A tooth infection is not a condition to take lightly. Most infections do not resolve on their own—they need medical treatment before they get worse. Leaving an infected tooth untreated can not only be painful but dangerous. What are the dangers of leaving an infected tooth untreated? Here’s why you should never wait to have […]

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    How to Prevent Dry Socket After Tooth Extraction

    A successful tooth extraction requires that you care properly for your healing mouth after the procedure. One of the complications that can happen when the surgical site is healing after a tooth extraction is dry socket. Dry socket happens when the blood clot that covers and protects the surgical site shortly after the procedure becomes […]

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    Do You Have a Dying Tooth? Here’s What to Look for, and How to Manage It

    Like the rest of the tissues in your body, your teeth are alive and require blood and nutrients to thrive. However, while teeth are meant to last a lifetime, sometimes decay, trauma, or gum disease can cause a tooth to die prematurely and affect both your appearance and your oral health. Do you have a […]

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    Posterior vs. Anterior Open Bite: What Are They and How Are They Treated?

    Ideally, we’d have teeth that fit together perfectly and don’t cause problems with crowding, jaw pain, our appearance, or chewing. However, this usually isn’t the case. Over 50% of people have an improper bite, also called malocclusion, that develops in childhood and can cause problems if not corrected [1]. One of these improper bite is […]

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    Can Teeth Grinding (Bruxism) Cause TMJ?

    Temporomandibular (TMJ) disorders can be painful and impact your quality of life. Whether it’s sore facial muscles, popping and clicking noises, or painful chewing, TMJ is not normal and should always be addressed by your experienced oral care professional. Since TMJ has multiple contributing factors, it’s important to work with a professional to determine what […]

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