The Causes of Pregnancy Gingivitis

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From the time that you find out you are pregnant to the end of your term, you are no doubt concerned about taking care of your health with nutrition, exercise and prenatal checkups to protect the health of your baby. During pregnancy, you should be mindful of your oral health and the causes of pregnancy… Read more »

Take Time Out for Your Teeth When You Are Pregnant

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If you are expecting, this is a busy time in your life. You have doctor appointments, you need to get a nursery ready, and there are tons of things you need to buy. But have you seen your dentists? During this time in your life, seeing your dentists may be the last thing on your… Read more »

A Dental Crown Requires Good Oral Hygiene

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Dr. typically uses a dental crown to repair a tooth with significantly compromised tooth enamel. A crown is used to restore the normal function of your tooth. Dental crowns are typically made from special durable dental materials that are not susceptible to tooth decay. At the same time, your new dental crown will still need… Read more »

Use These Three Tips to Gift Yourself a Healthier Smile

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Tooth decay affects 60-90% of teenagers and adults (according to the WHO) and 75% of adults have some type of gum disease (says the ADA). Your smile has one major enemy, and that is acid, as it forms into plaque and calculus on your teeth and around the gumline. This soft, sticky film contains millions of… Read more »

The Tips You Need to Take Care of a Dental Crown

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Dental crowns in , , are strong, reliable, and successful, but that doesn’t mean they’re unbreakable. There are many things that can harm your dental crown, which is why it’s so important to take good care of it. To help you do so, our team encourages you to do the following things on a regular… Read more »

Serious Complications Could Arise When a Crown Falls Out

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When Dr. cemented your crown into your mouth, it was intended to fully restore the function and appearance of that tooth for a long time to come. Unfortunately, there are times when a blow to the face or chronic gum disease can compromise the cement or the abutment within. When this happens, it is possible… Read more »