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Oral Cancer: What do you need to know?

Oral Cancer: What do you need to know?

by Shearly (SU)
Sometimes we avoid seeing signs of our health problems, because we are too afraid to face them head-on. This is the norm for the dentist, but it is one of the most important forms of care you can provide for yourself. Your dental health can reveal many truths about your overall health and wellness.

Dental Bridges: What You Need to Know

Dental Bridges: What You Need to Know

by Shearly (SU)
Could dental bridges complete your beautiful smile? Dental bridges cover or bridge the gap created by missing teeth. Restoring your smile is just one of the many benefits of dental bridges, they can also restore your ability to properly chew and speak, preserve the shape of your face, prevent other teeth from shifting out of location, and aids the force in your bite by replacing the missing teeth.

Is Invisalign for Me?

Is Invisalign for Me?

by Shearly (SU)
Braces are extremely common, in fact, nearly 75% of all kids and teens need some type of dental adjustments. For a very long time, the only ways to fix your dental alignment consisted of either braces or some sort of retainers, but recently that has all been changing.

Preparing for a Root Canal

Preparing for a Root Canal

by Shearly (SU)
We’ve all heard the rumors – root canals are scary and painful procedures, but sometimes they are necessary. A root canal is a procedure whereby the pulp of the tooth, or the soft tissue under the enamel, becomes inflamed or infected. These may be caused by a chip in the tooth, a crack, or even trauma to the tooth. If left untreated, inflamed pulp can lead to the loss of the tooth. More than 15 million root canals are performed annually, so while your dentist is very experienced in the procedure, it is often difficult to keep calm. But what can you do to prepare to make it easier?

How Your Dentist Can Help Your Snoring

How Your Dentist Can Help Your Snoring

by Shearly (SU)
Your sleep impacts every aspect of your health and daily life. Sleeping well helps you to look, feel, and perform your best. With that said, a sleep problem can be harmful to your health and well-being. Snoring is a sound that occurs during sleep when soft tissue in the upper airway vibrates as you breathe. You might consider snoring just a part of your sleep pattern, but it could actually be a sign of harmful breathing patterns.

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