What to Do for a Chipped or Cracked Tooth

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What an awful feeling – biting down on something hard, knocking your mouth against a surface, or being hit in the face or the mouth – and hearing that crunch or click. The crunch or click means that your tooth is now in pieces, and smiling will reveal that terrifying gap. What do you do?… Read more »

Why Should I Get Dental Sealants?

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With today’s science and technology, the options for dental procedures are ever-growing. Everything is more sophisticated, less invasive, and sometimes even cheaper than in days past. Once people had to live with the teeth they had, stuck without cosmetic or repair options that would work for them. But today you can go see your dentist… Read more »

Oral Health Essentials: Bad Breath

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Are you aware that bad breath, also referred to as halitosis, is an oral health disorder caused by foul odors emanating from your mouth? Frequently, these odors arise from bacteria. If you are unsure what is producing your bad breath, look for signs and symptoms that are arising. Serious issues within your body may be… Read more »

5 Signs It’s Time to Get Your Wisdom Teeth Out

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There isn’t really a set time to get your wisdom teeth removed. Some get them out as teens, some as adults, some don’t have them, and some never actually need them taken out. Wisdom teeth tend to surface between 15 and 25 years of age. At this point, you’ve had your permanent teeth for over… Read more »