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Choosing the Right Teeth Fillers For You

If you have a diastema, or a space between your teeth, several options are available to minimize or eliminate the gap. Diastemas, or spaces between teeth, are most noticeable between the upper front teeth, though they may form anywhere in the mouth. If your teeth are too small for your jawbone, your teeth may be
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Is It Safe to Get Dental X-Rays While Pregnant?

It’s a common misconception that dental x-rays are dangerous for pregnant women. The surge of pregnancy hormones actually make you more susceptible to gum disease, thus increasing the necessity of dental x-rays. If you’re pregnant, you may have heard the common misconception that getting dental x-rays while pregnant is dangerous for the fetus. However, the
Mouth Exercises to Help with TMJ Pain

Mouth Exercises to Help with TMJ Pain

TMJ pain ranges from mild to severe. Luckily, there are several easy mouth exercises you can do to manage your pain. If you hear a clicking sound or experience pain when you’re chewing and have headaches or ear, face, jaw, or neck pain, you may have a TMJ disorder. You’re not alone. Around 10 million
Which is Worse to Skip — Brushing Your Teeth or Flossing?

Which is Worse to Skip — Brushing Your Teeth or Flossing?

If you’ve ever skipped brushing or flossing your teeth, you’re not alone. You probably know that both brushing and flossing are critical to your oral health, but if you had to choose one, which is worse to skip? If you’ve ever skipped brushing or flossing your teeth, you’re not alone. Most people have had the

The Relationship Between Migraines and Your Teeth

Everything from the weather to hormones can trigger migraines, but did you know that dental issues can also cause migraines? According to the Migraine Research Foundation, a billion people globally suffer from migraines. Though some use the words migraine and headache interchangeably, headaches are actually symptoms of migraines. Headaches can be unpleasant, are generally short-lived,

Taking Care of Your Toothbrush the Right Way

Keeping your toothbrush in good condition is essential for good dental hygiene. Here’s how you can make sure your toothbrush gets the job done! Properly caring for your toothbrush is almost a no-brainer. But how exactly do you maintain your toothbrush? We hear of so many different methods — including a few common myths —

10 Home Remedies for Toothaches

A toothache can be unpleasant and downright agonizing. These at-home remedies will help ward off the pain until you can visit a dental health professional. Toothaches can happen unpredictably with numerous possible triggers. While a visit to the dentist is the best way to resolve a toothache, sometimes you’re unable to see a dentist right

How Do I Stop Grinding My Teeth?

Grinding your teeth (bruxism) can lead to dental issues, such as tooth sensitivity and gum inflammation. Fight bruxism at the source to mitigate dental damage.  Teeth grinding, also called bruxism, is a common phenomenon. Bruxism can occur in your sleep (nocturnal bruxism) or during the day (awake bruxism). A lot of people grind their teeth,
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How Diet Impacts Your Dental Health

Some foods can help improve your dental health, while others contribute to tooth decay. Learn more about how your diet impacts your teeth.  From a young age, we’re taught that candy, soda, and other sugary foods can cause cavities. But most people don’t know there are other foods that can negatively impact our dental health,
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Is It Safe to Go to the Dentist During the Pandemic?

Dental offices are experienced at preventing the spread of airborne illnesses, which makes going to the dentist a low-risk activity during the COVID-19 pandemic. Experts recommend that everyone visit their dentist for a checkup and cleaning at least twice a year. Dental visits are an important way to detect cavities and other harmful conditions, and