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Tooth Implant – Benefits

Your teeth were designed to last a lifetime, but sometimes they don’t! Replacing missing teeth is important to your general health and to the health of your other teeth. Not only do you lose chewing ability when a tooth is lost, but unreplaced teeth can cause other teeth to be lost, tipped or crowded and create subsequent problems. Also, there are the obvious problems of poor appearance and loss of self-esteem caused by one or more missing teeth.Dental implants should always be considered as an option to replace a failing or missing tooth. Replacement of lost teeth with dental implants has been used for treating missing teeth for more than 50… Read More »Tooth Implant – Benefits

What is Fluoride?

Fluoride is a natural mineral that is found in water. The amount of fluoride in the water varies from area to area. What are the benefits of fluoride? Fluoride has been researched for over 50 years and water fluoridation has been proven to cut dental decay by 40 to 60%. Fluoride is present in many different natural sources, but can also be artificially added to our drinking water. A level of one part in a million has been shown to be most effective. Fluoride can greatly help dental health by strengthening the tooth enamel, making it more resistant to tooth decay. Your local water supplier or health authority should be… Read More »What is Fluoride?

Cracked Tooth Syndrome definitely exists!

Teeth are fracturing today in record numbers and are now reputed to be the third leading cause of tooth loss. This increase is due to several factors including longer life spans (older, brittle teeth tend to crack more) and higher stress levels that may lead to increased teeth clenching and grinding. Early diagnosis is critical — if your dentist can detect a crack while it’s small, treatment can usually save a tooth. Yes, Cracked Tooth Syndrome is a real problem that’s often quite difficult to diagnose. The term “syndrome” refers to the association of several clinical signs (discovered by the dentist) and symptoms (reported by the patient), which often occur… Read More »Cracked Tooth Syndrome definitely exists!

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