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Preventive Dental Services

Your dentist performs restorative dental services to help repair your teeth. Although damage from decay or dental trauma is often repairable, it is best to avoid the damage altogether. Thus, your dentist offers preventive care to help maintain the health of your teeth. Here are a few preventive services that your dentist may provide. Dental Sealants A dental sealant is a plastic coating that forms a barrier between your teeth and harmful substances, such as plaque and oral acids. Read More 

Getting Veneers? Know How To Ensure The Veneers Last

While veneers do a great job at improving the appearance of your teeth, they do not last forever. If you were to look at studies that estimate how long veneers last, you'll discover that 93% of veneer users have them last around 10 years, while 82% have them last 20 years. That said, there are things you can do that will help your veneers see a long lifespan on your teeth before they need replacement. Read More 

Here’s How Dental Crowns Can Give You A Cosmetic Boost

Dental crowns are one of the first tools that a dentist reaches for when they want to repair a damaged tooth. However, that's not all that they're capable of doing. If you have damaged teeth that have altered the look of your smile and you're tired of seeing their jagged or broken appearance, here's how crowns can help to give you the perfect smile you're looking for. Main Purpose Of course, you probably know that dental crowns are great for repairs. Read More 

Top Causes Of Bad Breath

Do you constantly feel like your breath is really bad and that you cannot find a way to freshen it no matter what you do? If so, you are not the only person who feels this way. A lot of people have chronic bad breath, and there are a lot of things that can cause this. Here are some of the top causes of bad breath. Poor daily oral hygiene habits Read More 

4 Tips For Preventing Dry Socket After A Tooth Extraction

Having a tooth pulled may sound painful, but it's actually a fairly quick process, and your dentist will make sure that you're properly anesthetized so that you don't feel pain during the extraction. However, after your tooth extraction, you'll need to make sure that you're diligent about aftercare so that you don't develop dry socket. Dry socket, or alveolar osteitis, is a painful condition that occurs after a small percentage of tooth extractions. Read More