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Category: Preventative Dentistry

Can Dental Bonding Fix My Periodontal Disease?

Can Dental Bonding Fix My Periodontal Disease?

Dental bonding is one option for treating your periodontal disease. Here’s what you need to know. Looking for a less expensive alternative to restore chipped, stained, or oddly shaped teeth? Dental bonding could be the answer! In addition to fixing discolored, misshapen, or damaged teeth, dental bonding can treat periodontal disease, too. Periodontal disease causes
Are Veneers Bad For My Teeth?

Are Veneers Bad For My Teeth?

Veneers are a common solution to minor dental problems and imperfections, but there’s a common misconception that veneers are unsafe for your teeth.  Even though veneers are a popular treatment for minor dental issues, people naturally have some concerns before wanting to commit. At Espire, one of the most common questions we get is: are
What's the Difference Between Veneers and Crowns?

What’s the Difference Between Veneers and Crowns?

Veneers and crowns are both popular solutions for a variety of dental problems. But which one is right for you? You’ve finally decided to fix a chipped tooth that’s been bothering you for months. Great! Now the question is: Should you get veneers or a dental crown? Both are restorative dental procedures that brighten your

Rotten Teeth? Try These Five Ways To Fix Them!

Tooth decay is a common dental issue. But it’s easily preventable and fixable if you take the right care! Nobody wants rotten teeth! Whether called tooth decay, cavities, or dental caries, rotten teeth cause pain and difficulty eating or drinking. Cavities grow when bacteria breeds in your mouth from sugary or starchy foods. As the

Good Oral Health Can Help Keep COVID-19 Away

Everyone wants to avoid catching COVID-19. Maintaining good oral hygiene is an excellent place to start. Did you know that there’s a connection between COVID-19 and your oral health? Poor oral health has been linked to a host of chronic illnesses, such as heart disease and diabetes. It shouldn’t be surprising then that the condition

What is Pregnancy Gingivitis?

Those who are pregnant have a higher risk of developing gingivitis. At Espire Dental, we can help you understand, prevent, and treat pregnancy gingivitis. If you’ve read our other articles about pregnancy and dental health, you’ll remember that pregnant women are at an increased risk of gingivitis. In fact, between 60 and 70% of women

Eat & Drink Your Way to a Better Smile

We always hear about what food that damage our teeth, what about the opposite? Do some foods and drinks foil the need for cavity fillings? [maxbutton id=”1″ ] Top Foods for Tooth Health Cheese & Yogurt: Studies show cheese chewers with acid levels than even sugar-free yogurt or milk. Cheese is rich in calcium and protein,