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Who Is a Candidate for Sedation Dentistry?

Who Is a Candidate for Sedation Dentistry?

Few people are excited about going to the dentist, but most can tolerate the procedures. However, there are those who experience extreme anxiety or fear about dental appointments or procedures. If you have been putting off going to the dentist, rest assured that there is a way to get pain and stress-free dental treatment. 
Benefits of Zoom Teeth Whitening

Benefits of Zoom Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening is the most popular and requested cosmetic dentistry service in the world, with studies estimating that around 37 million Americans attempted some form of teeth whitening in 2020. While there are many different over-the-counter products that claim to be able to whiten teeth, professional teeth whitening has been proven to deliver the best, most consistent results, helping patients to achieve a smile that is considerably whiter, brighter, and more attractive.
Can a Chipped Tooth Be Fixed?

Can a Chipped Tooth Be Fixed?

Tooth enamel is one of the hardest tissues in the body, but it is not indestructible. Biting down on an almond, ice, or other hard object or food can lead to a chipped tooth. Maybe you grind your teeth at night, or maybe someone hit you in the face.
How Can I Fix a Sharp Tooth?

How Can I Fix a Sharp Tooth?

The tough outer covering of your tooth, known as enamel, is an extremely strong substance. It is the most mineralized and hardest tissue in the body. However, it can be damaged. Too much wear and tear or a powerful strike can result in broken or chipped teeth. This can result in a tooth with an uneven surface that can be sharp, disfiguring, and tender. 
How Often Should You Get Your Teeth Professionally Whitened?

How Often Should You Get Your Teeth Professionally Whitened?

Most people put off going to the dentist even when they know they need to see one. You do not have to wait until you have a dental emergency to visit a dentist. There are reasons for dental visits that go beyond cavities and gum disease.
What You Should Know About Single Day Crowns

What You Should Know About Single Day Crowns

Are you worried that you have to schedule multiple dental visits and perhaps wait weeks to receive your dental crown? If your schedule is always packed with various activities, the thought of saving some time for several dentist visits to receive your crown may feel unsettling. Thankfully, single-day crowns use advanced technology to give you another option. As the name suggests, 'single day' crowns only take one visit to the dentist, thus saving you precious time. Here are facts about single-day crowns you should know.
Tips to Preserve the Results of Professional Teeth Whitening

Tips to Preserve the Results of Professional Teeth Whitening

Nothing compares to the results of professional teeth whitening done by a qualified dental professional. They can restore your teeth to their natural color. Having whiter teeth can be a big confidence boost — yellowing and stained teeth are hard to hide. There are a lot of over-the-counter teeth whitening products. For many, these products produce limited and discouraging results.
What to Expect From Single-Day Crowns

What to Expect From Single-Day Crowns

Single-day crowns are one of the latest developments in dental care. Courtesy of science and technology advancement, you can now walk into a dental clinic and come out with a crown installed. You only need one appointment, unlike the traditional crown treatments that need several visits to complete a crown restoration.
Oral Hygiene Facts for National Children’s Dental Health Month

Oral Hygiene Facts for National Children’s Dental Health Month

In February, the National Children’s Dental Health Month gets celebrated all over the world. This month, pediatric dental staff campaign on the importance of general dental hygiene. It is quite a remarkable job, given that so many children get dental health issues from the early stages.
What Are Signs of Poor Oral Health and Hygiene?

What Are Signs of Poor Oral Health and Hygiene?

Oral health is so much more than brushing your teeth. You need to maintain a balanced diet, avoid smoking, and visit your dentist. Poor dental health can have a serious impact on your health if you fail to maintain good oral hygiene.