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Is a Water Flosser Right for You?

Is a Water Flosser Right for You?

by Douglas L (SU)
Today, many dental patients swear by water flossing as an alternative to traditional flossing. But is it really better? Let’s examine the pros and cons.

The Different Kinds of Cosmetic Dentistry Treatments

The Different Kinds of Cosmetic Dentistry Treatments

by Douglas L (SU)
Looking to improve the appearance of your teeth and smile? Let’s talk about the types of cosmetic dentistry treatments which are available to do just that.

Pregnancy and Dental Care

Pregnancy and Dental Care

by Shearly (SU)
When you’re pregnant, your calendar is filled with appointments to your obstetrician and other doctors, but have you scheduled an appointment with your dentist? When mothers-to-be think of pre-natal care, usually their dentist is the one medical professional that is left off the list. If you are expecting, don’t let this be an oversight as it may affect not only your health, but the health of your unborn child. Here is why dental care is especially important when you are pregnant.

Fluoride Free Toothpaste?

Fluoride Free Toothpaste?

by Shearly (SU)
If you grew up in the United States, you probably heard how important it was to brush with fluoridated toothpaste, drink fluoridated water, and perhaps even take fluoride pills. But how much do you know about fluoride, the mineral used to stop and prevent tooth decay?

Adjusting to Your New Dentures

Adjusting to Your New Dentures

by Shearly (SU)
Wearing dentures for the first time can be an odd feeling – to say the least. It can also be a bit challenging, because a denture is a foreign object that doesn’t exactly feel or function quite like your natural teeth. Without a doubt, it takes some time to get used to new dentures.