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Don’t Ignore These Signs of Tooth Decay

Cavities are surprisingly one of the most common health problems. In the United States alone, there are over 3 million cases yearly. While you may not immediately experience pain while a cavity starts forming, you do risk it over time. Here are a couple of signs you may have a cavity forming. Bad Breath If … Continue reading Don’t Ignore These Signs of Tooth Decay

The Dangers of Brushing with Too Much Gusto

You should be brushing your teeth at least twice a day, but did you know that you can actually damage your teeth while brushing if you’re using too much force? Some people get a little too excited when they start brushing, but all that extra force can wear away at your teeth’s enamel. Find out … Continue reading The Dangers of Brushing with Too Much Gusto

Why You Need to Visit the Dentist Twice a Year

Even if you have healthy teeth, it’s important to schedule visits to the dentist at least twice a year. This is the best way to ensure your oral health remains tip-top and ensure you don’t develop major problems that need urgent treatment. As with most health conditions, prevention is better than the cure for oral … Continue reading Why You Need to Visit the Dentist Twice a Year

Toothbrush Bristles: Soft, Medium or Hard?

As a toothbrush buyer, you know that they commonly come in three varieties of bristle strength: soft, medium and hard. From a dentist’s point of view, this is completely absurd. There’s really no need for medium or hard brushes, at least not if you’re using the brush to clean your teeth. Hard sounds like a … Continue reading Toothbrush Bristles: Soft, Medium or Hard?

Changing Lives Through Cosmetic Dentistry

For many people, appearance can mean a lot for relationships as well as professional life. Some people may be living with a variety of dental issues that can ruin the quality of their teeth and negatively affect their lives because of it. For curing these problems, there are solutions such as cosmetic dentistry in Philadelphia. … Continue reading Changing Lives Through Cosmetic Dentistry

Preventative Dentistry Tips You Can’t Ignore

Everyone knows that the best way to prevent dental health issues is to brush and floss your teeth on a regular basis; however, these aren’t the only ways to keep your mouth safe. If you want to keep your teeth looking healthy, white, and shiny, use some of these tips that aren’t always talked about. … Continue reading Preventative Dentistry Tips You Can’t Ignore

Floss Picks or Traditional Floss?

Everyone should floss their teeth two times a day for healthy gums and teeth. Dentists have been saying this for years, but with the addition of some new flossing materials, patients might finally be getting on board. Our team of professional dentists in Philadelphia are always urging our patients to take these precautions. However many … Continue reading Floss Picks or Traditional Floss?

A New Method for Treating Cavities

For many years dental patients have gone to have cavities filled, and have to brave the injection and drilling process. This technique to rid a patient of their cavities may be getting an upgrade that involves no numbing and no drilling. The newest method, called resin-infiltration, is in clinical trials now, and researchers believe it … Continue reading A New Method for Treating Cavities

Bridges vs. Implants: Which One is Right For You?

  Fundamentally, dental implants are false teeth that are surgically implanted in your jawbone. A base for the tooth is surgically implanted, and over a period of 3 to 6 months it fuses to the jaw, essentially becoming one with the bone itself. Afterward, an abutment is attached to the frame into which the false … Continue reading Bridges vs. Implants: Which One is Right For You?

How to Handle Changes to Your Dental Hygiene During Pregnancy

Having a child is a beautiful moment in a woman’s life. However, a mother’s body goes through various changes during pregnancy, even causing problems with her dental health. While optimizing diet and exercise is a strong way to overcome any afflictions, seeing your local dentist in Philadelphia regularly during pregnancy is key to maintaining healthy … Continue reading How to Handle Changes to Your Dental Hygiene During Pregnancy

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