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2019

Top Reasons That Lead To Tooth Decay

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Tooth decay is a complete nightmare for many people. A lot of things contribute to tooth decay, beginning with loss of minerals that are found within the teeth to bad eating habits. Sugary food contains acidic substances which, when trapped between your teeth, weaken the enamel resulting in tooth decay. Thus, the more sugar you consume, the higher the chances of having tooth decay.  Understanding the main causes of tooth decay is important so that you can employ the necessary measures to ensure that your teeth are better protected. Read More»

Teething a Second Time: When the Development of Adult Teeth Causes Discomfort

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The idea of living tissue within your body being dissolved sounds like something out of a horror movie, but this is precisely what happens when permanent, adult teeth develop. As adult teeth begin to erupt from the gums, their vertical growth essentially dissolves the root structure which anchors the deciduous, baby teeth above them. The deciduous teeth then become loose before detaching entirely, making space for the emergence of the permanent tooth. Read More»

What to Know About Dental Sedation for Children

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Though most children will not need to have major dental work that requires sedation, some may have to. For example, your child may have autism or severe anxiety issue that would make normal dental work difficult for them. In these cases, and cases of oral surgery, your children’s dentist may make a suggestion of using dental sedation. There are several misconceptions when it comes to this option for children. Here are a few things you should know about dental sedation and your children before you choose the option. Read More»