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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

Are You Afraid of the Dentist?

It is estimated that up to 40 million people have odontophobia, or a fear of the dentist. Perhaps you are one of them. This fear can make things difficult when you experience tooth pain or simply need a routine checkup. Your apprehension may be so great you avoid making an appointment with your dentist in … Continue reading Are You Afraid of the Dentist?

What Does Bleeding Gums Mean?

You brush your teeth and spit out the paste only to discover that it’s now red with blood. A quick check in the mirror shows your gums are bleeding. Is it something serious or nothing to be worried about? Here are a few facts that any dentist in Philadelphia can tell you about bleeding gums. … Continue reading What Does Bleeding Gums Mean?

Cleaning Your Tongue

Cleaning Your Tongue You probably know you have to brush your teeth and gums twice a day to keep your oral health in good shape. However, many individuals neglect to brush their tongue as well. It is just as important to clean this oral structure. You can do a lot of good the next time … Continue reading Cleaning Your Tongue

Tips for Getting Restorative Sleep

Tips for Getting Restorative Sleep When you are having trouble getting a proper amount of restorative sleep, you probably do not think to call your dentist in Philadelphia. Sleep and oral health are more connected than you likely realize. While your dentist can certainly provide you with additional tips, here are some ways you can … Continue reading Tips for Getting Restorative Sleep

Why Do Gums Bleed?

  Why do gums bleed in Philadelphia? It can be a frightening sight to see your gums produce blood after brushing or flossing. Sometimes the bleeding is not a huge issue. Other times, you will need to see a dentist in Philadelphia posthaste. Here are some common answers to the question, “Why do gums bleed?” … Continue reading Why Do Gums Bleed?

Top Brushing Techniques

  Using a proper brushing technique is an important part of dental hygiene. When you properly remove plaque and food debris, you may reduce your risk of cavities, gingivitis, periodontitis and other common dental issues. Try out these top techniques the next time you grab your toothbrush: Use a 45-degree angle: Putting the bristles at … Continue reading Top Brushing Techniques

Winter Time and Your Teeth

  One of the biggest dental complaints in the winter is sensitive teeth. This happens for many reasons, but the cold air is the biggest culprit. Understanding why this happens and some of the reasons behind your sensitivity can help you to prepare for the colder months and prevent sensitivity issues from occurring. The Structure … Continue reading Winter Time and Your Teeth

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