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What is a Dental Emergency?

By now, you’ve probably heard the news that dental offices throughout the country are closing their doors to non-emergency patients. This is true; at the advice of the CDC, ADA, and other organizations, many dentists are taking steps to limit contact between their staff and their patients. These postponed appointments are a critical step in … Continued

Keep Your Dentures in Tip-top Shape

Missing, broken, or otherwise damaged teeth can have a big impact on your appearance and confidence. When your smile doesn’t look its best, you’re more likely to feel insecure – and everyday tasks like eating or speaking can become for difficult. This is why many people use dentures to repair their smile. Dentures are removable … Continued

The Leading Causes of Dental Anxiety

Almost seventy-five percent of Americans are afraid of the dentist. This is to some extent. Of these, eight percent have a very strong fear, classified as dental phobia. This fear is so overwhelming that they never go to the dentist. This, in turn, impacts their health a great deal. This article sheds light on the … Continued

All You Need to Know About Baby Teeth

Parents who are delighted by their baby’s cute smile can’t imagine what they will feel when the first teeth appear. Babies have 20 primary teeth, which are already present at birth in the jaws. They begin to make an appearance when the baby is between 6 months and 1 year old. By the age of … Continued

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