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Discussing The Importance Of Regular Dental Care

Hi everyone, my name is Jesse. I would like to welcome you to my website. I am here to talk to you about the importance of regular dental care. I will share helpful care techniques you can use to keep your teeth looking and feeling their best throughout life. My site will cover all of the negative effects of poor oral hygiene in great detail. I will talk about the preventive and restorative procedures dentists perform to protect and heal your teeth. I invite you to visit my site daily to learn new tips, tricks and facts about dental care. Thank you for your time.

Tips to Get Your Kid Ready For the Dentist

27 April 2021
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Taking your child to the dentist's office for the first time is a big milestone in his or her young life. An early visit to the dentist and regular checkups throughout childhood will get your kid used to the idea of going through a daily oral care routine that will hopefully lead to good dental health as an adult. But while you may be thinking about the long term, your child understandably might have some reservations about their first appointment and all of those metal and sharp-looking tools the dentist wants to put in their mouth. Read More …

3 Parts Of The Root Canal Process

12 March 2021
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you have a tooth that is causing you a lot of problems with heat and cold, hurts all the time, and is causing your face to swell up, then you may be a good candidate for a root canal. You will need to talk to your dentist to see if it is an option and what they think the best thing to do for that particular tooth is. They will have to do x-rays and a full exam before making the final determination as to what your treatment will be. Read More …

Do Blood Thinners Mean You Can’t Get A Dental Implant?

28 January 2021
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Surgery results in bleeding. This is a fairly simple concept since surgery involves making incisions into living tissue, which then bleeds to some extent. Dental implants are a form of surgery, and as such, there will be some bleeding around the site of the implant. This is minor and will quickly subside as you heal. But can you receive a dental implant when you're on medication that can complicate your ability to heal? Read More …