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  • Can Oral Irrigators Replace the Traditional Dental Floss?

    Toothbrushes can’t reach in between teeth, therefore unable to clean those nooks and crannies in your mouth. That is why there are interproximal devices such as dental floss and dental water jets to do that exact job. However, the question here is, are oral irrigations possible alternatives to dental...

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  • Enjoy Halloween Candy Carefully

    Halloween is that time of the year that kids look forward too. It is complete free reign on candies and chocolates, and more on how much they can gather and eat. For adults and children, however, it can be bad news. There is always the fear of impending cavities...

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  • The Dangers of Amalgam Fillings and the Alternative

    Dental amalgam has already been used for more than 150 years now. Millions of patients have already benefited from it. Usually, it is used as filling for cavities due to tooth decay. One of the major reasons why amalgam fillings have been a huge hit in the dental industry...

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  • What Causes TMJ Dysfunction and What Exactly Is It?

    Are you experiencing pain around your jaw, but your teeth feel fine? You may be suffering from a condition known as TMJ dysfunction. The pain you are experiencing could be coming from your temporomandibular (TMJ) joints. These are large joints in front of the ear connecting the skull and...

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  • What is Perio Laser Therapy?

    Perio laser therapy is one of the most important advancements in dental care, particularly for the treatment of gum disease. In many cases, treating periodontal disease is a necessary preparation for a cosmetic procedure, such as dental implants or crowns. Below, you’ll find more information about the perio laser...

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  • Wisdom Teeth: Do I Leave Them In or Take Them Out?

    Because of the course of human evolution, many dentists assume that wisdom teeth have become vestigial structures—an organ that has lost most, if not all, of its function or purpose. Typically, these third molars come in between the age of 17 and 25—much later than the other teeth, and...

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