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Dental Bridge Vs Implant: Which Is Better?

Are you confused between getting a dental bridge or a dental implant? Can’t decide which option is better for you? Long gone are the days when people used to go through all the hassles of getting dentures, removing, cleaning, and re-attaching them, only t

Jan 12th, 2021
Dental Implants Procedure: How Is It Done?

Dental implants have been the dentists’ number one recommended choice for smile correction in case of missing or broken teeth for years now. The safety, longevity, affordability, and natural results of dental implants’ procedure also make it ...

Jan 10th, 2021
Review of Best Dental Implant Systems

One of the top methods for replacing smiles in today’s world is with dental implants. This surgical procedure delivers fantastic results that are more comfortable for the wearer and more permanent.

Oct 30th, 2020
One-Day Tooth Implant: Is it Safe?

A missing tooth can happen to anyone. Whether you have recently lost a tooth, or have dealt with tooth loss for a while, you’ve likely considered tooth implants.

Oct 20th, 2020
How Much Do Dental Implants Cost?

Missing a single tooth can be devastating. Missing more than one, not only can your smile’s appearance be compromised, you could also be facing functional issues.

Oct 16th, 2020
Dental Implant Guide

Think You Need Implants? Here Is Your Dental Implant Procedure Guide! Do you have a missing tooth or perhaps missing many teeth?

Jan 12th, 2019
What Is Restorative Dentistry: Types of Treatments

When referring to restorative dentistry, many are confused about what services or treatment options are available, or what the area of restorative dentistry actually consists of. In this article, we?ll explore why you would need these types of services...

Jul 12th, 2018
Teeth Straightening Options For Teens

During the teenage years, self-confidence plays a huge role in daily life and can ultimately shape how they feel about themselves in the future. If their smile has imperfections, it can dramatically change their perception and lower, especially while in...

Jul 3rd, 2018
Does Physical Activity Improve Your Oral Health?

Today, we know that our oral health doesn’t work in isolation and can greatly affect–and be affected–by other bodily systems. So naturally, exercising and improving overall health surly has some benefits for improving oral health.

Feb 3rd, 2017
Sedation Dentistry Depends on a Number of Factors

WebMD says that a dental phobia is more serious than just feeling a little anxious about going to the dentist. People who suffer from this phobia can have panic attacks or even avoid dental visits for years.??

Jan 27th, 2017
How Does GERD Affect Senior Patients’ Oral Health?

Everyone’s heard of heartburn, and often associates the symptom with large meals and certain foods (e.g. fried and fatty foods). While it’s true that diet does come into play for heartburn, the symptom can be the beginnings of a larger issue...

Jan 20th, 2017
Seniors Should Focus on Oral Cancer Prevention

The dental school at UCSF published an interesting article yesterday that discusses the side effects of radiation therapy for head/neck cancers–namely the loss of saliva production. However, they’ve been able to rebuild these structures again in...

Jan 13th, 2017
How Low-Income Families Can Receive Better Dental Care

Even though measures have been made to help more and more people receive healthcare, many people still struggle to pay for it. In fact, many families may just take the tax penalty instead since some premiums are too high!

Jan 6th, 2017
Is the Media Pulling the Rug Out From Under Dentists?

At the beginning of the month, published a disconcerting article about how different media outlets have portrayed dentists lately. For instance, the site brings up RD’s article called “How Dentists Rip Us Off,” and talks about how many ...

Dec 30th, 2016
What Are SSBs and What Are They Doing to Your Teeth?

In news articles about America’s obesity epidemic, you may have seen the initialism “SSB.” SSBs are simply “sugar-sweetened beverages”–especially soda-pop, which is a big contributor to weight gain.

Dec 22nd, 2016
Saving Your Money: How to Make the Most of Your Dental Plan

With all the traveling, holiday parties, and gifts, it’s an understatement to say that many Americans can incur lots of expenses this time of year. If you’re one of these people, signing up for healthcare by year’s end is probably not your idea of fun.

Dec 21st, 2016
Don’t Worry, Dentists Can Still Catch Bruxism

Theresa Pablos, an assistant editor at the Dr Bicuspid website, posted an interesting study in November about screening tools that check for tooth wear. The study takes a look at the different strengths and weaknesses of different methods, but its title...

Dec 16th, 2016
Can Children Receive Dental Implants?

If your child has missing teeth, you may be wondering if he or she is an ideal candidate for dental implants. The quick answer is “no.” Because children are still growing rapidly, their jaws will change quite a bit, and they wouldn’t be able to support...

Nov 21st, 2016
Why is Your Gum Health So Easily Ignored?

If you never have any cavities after your dental check-ups, you may think that you have a clean bill of health. However, this is a dangerous assumption to make! Although so much focus goes into protecting your enamel, there also needs to be a focus on...

Nov 18th, 2016