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When Are Tooth Extractions Necessary?

When you go to the dentist, they all have one goal driving them to prevent you from needing to lose any of your teeth. Even though extractions are one of the most common procedures performed in the United States, they remain the dentist’s last resort. Dental sealants, inlays, onlays, bridges, and root canals will all […]

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What Is A Periodontal Cleaning?

If you’re conscientious about your oral health care, you’re certain to see your dentist at least twice a year for regular check-ups. As a result of these visits, you have likely become familiar with the regular professional cleaning that takes part each time. This professional cleaning is an important weapon in your battle against the […]

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Two Types Of Wisdom Tooth Impaction

Wisdom teeth used to play an important role in making sure that we were able to get the nutrition we need from hard, difficult to chew foods. As the human mouth, and diet, have continued to develop so have our mouth’s adapted with them. One result of this adaptation is the shrinking of our mouths […]

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Traditional vs No-Prep Veneers

Veneers have become a revolutionary procedure for people needing cosmetic dental enhancements for correcting and transforming imperfect teeth. Veneers provide a cosmetic, simple solution to chips, discolorations, and minor misalignment in the teeth. These thin shells can be placed along the tooth’s surface and cover the imperfections to create a visually perfect smile. They’re usually […]

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Dental Prosthesis Options and You

Prosthodontics is the field of dental medicine focused on the reconstruction of a patient’s teeth through the use of prosthesis. There are multiple types of prostheses that are used to treat a patient’s conditions. Which one is used depends on the specific needs of the patient and their oral health. Prosthesis makes it possible to […]

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What Is Oral Cancer?

Oral cancer, a condition also known as mouth cancer, is one of the conditions that Dr. Laudie looks for during your regular dental visits. While any cancer is a serious concern, when caught early, you have a far better chance of treating it successfully and recovering. Oral cancer can occur on the lips, tongue, gums, […]

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Do I Need a Root Canal?

The only person truly capable of telling you whether or not you need a root canal is your dentist. Because of their qualifications, their expertise in the field of dentistry, and experience with numerous patients, dentists have the tools needed to diagnose your tooth pain, determine its causes, and treat it properly. However, wondering whether […]

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The Benefits of Flossing

Out of all the dental hygiene practices, flossing tends to be the one that many patients have a hard time practicing. According to the latest statistics from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, only three out of every 10 Americans floss every day, while only 37% claim to floss sparingly. Meaning, over one-quarter of […]

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How Your Dental Health Affects Your Overall Health

Poor dental health can increase your chances of gum disease, periodontal disease, and tooth decay. Regular visits to your dentist can prevent these conditions and keep your oral health in check. However, research has shown that your overall health and dental health are connected. The health of your mouth can reflect the health of your […]

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Types of Dental Implants

Dental implants refer to tooth procedures, usually installing titanium posts into the jawbone to replace the missing tooth. Depending on the condition of the teeth, dental implants can have a variety of costs due to the different types of procedures on the market. No mouth is the same, and dentists will have to improvise to […]

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