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Invisalign and Your Teeth

Modern braces have come a long way thanks to the brilliance of the Invisalign system. The chic alternative to traditional braces has revolutionized the way we as dentists perfect our craft. With clear plastic aligners, the patient doesn’t have to worry about the tell-tale signs of wires and metal brackets. Now, you can achieve that … Continue reading Invisalign and Your Teeth

The Difference Between Invisalign and At-Home Aligners

Let’s be honest; Invisalign is considered one of the most revolutionary inventions for a dazzling smile with naturally straight teeth. The clear and almost invisible aligners were developed as an alternative to metal braces for adults and teens. The modern and custom-made braces have been around since 2001, and since that time, Invisalign has continued … Continue reading The Difference Between Invisalign and At-Home Aligners

How Dental Implants Can Help You

Losing a tooth can significantly disturb and disfigure your quality of life. It can create some difficulties in your everyday activities like eating and talking. Several medical and dental prescriptions have greatly reduced the number of teeth loss every year. However, many people still have one or more of their teeth missing for certain reasons. … Continue reading How Dental Implants Can Help You

5 Reasons to Get Dental Veneers

Dentistry is no longer just fillings and root canals. It has expanded to include all manner of cosmetic options to improve both the health of your teeth and the quality of your smile. Among the most popular cosmetic options are dental veneers. The basics of veneers involve applying a thin porcelain shell to your teeth … Continue reading 5 Reasons to Get Dental Veneers

Top 6 Most Common Dental Problems

Top 6 Most Common Dental Problems Dental problems are not only painful and embarrassing but also pose a great threat to your overall well being. Most dental problems occur due to bad oral hygiene and can be remedied very easily. If they persist, then you really need to visit a top dentist in Philadelphia. Here … Continue reading Top 6 Most Common Dental Problems

Dealing With Sore Teeth After a Cleaning

You should be scheduling dental appointments twice a year. This is necessary to get your oral health inspected and so that your teeth get thoroughly cleaned. Some patients will experience sore teeth following a procedure, and there are a few ways you can go about dealing with any discomfort. Dealing With Sore Teeth After a … Continue reading Dealing With Sore Teeth After a Cleaning

Tips To Help Anxious Patients Find the Right Dentist

For most people, even a routine visit to the dentist can inspire deep anxiety and dread. Whether you are looking for a new dental office or need an emergency procedure performed, doing your research before heading to an appointment can help allay your fears. Interview Your Prospective Dentist Beforehand Speaking with your new dentist and/or … Continue reading Tips To Help Anxious Patients Find the Right Dentist

What to do at an Emergency Dentist Visit

Sometimes emergencies happen even with the most preventative care that we do. So, when an accident occurs by improper diet, chomping on hard candy, or a chipped tooth during a pickup basketball game, you may require emergency treatment. If this happens to you, don’t delay. Seeking professional treatment straight away is important. What is a … Continue reading What to do at an Emergency Dentist Visit

Electric vs. Traditional Toothbrushes – Which Is the Best Option?

One glance down the oral care aisle of any supermarket or drugstore will tell you that there are countless options to choose from. From techy electric toothbrushes to traditional bristled toothbrushes, it can sometimes be overwhelming to decide which type suits your needs best.   While there is no right or wrong answer, the best … Continue reading Electric vs. Traditional Toothbrushes – Which Is the Best Option?

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

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