That smile you’ve loved since way back when it was just a gummy grin is finally growing up. As a parent, taking care of your children’s teeth is a big priority, and you may be wondering, “When should my child get braces?”
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A white, bright smile is an instant confidence booster. Not only does it make you look years younger, it also conveys a message of health and vitality. Only thing is … most people are not able to achieve a Hollywood-white smile with simple brushing and flossing. Teeth whitening can help you get the brighter, whiter smile you desire, but how exactly does it work?
Ice cream make you scream? If you’ve got sensitive teeth, you know how quickly enjoying hot, cold, or sweet treats can go from a fun treat to a painful experience! Luckily for you, there’s a lot you can do to make your teeth less sensitive that don’t involve giving up your favorite treats. What makes […]
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TMJ disorder, also known as temporomandibular joint disorder, is a condition of the joint where the jawbone attaches to the skull. TMJ disorder causes aching jaw pain and other symptoms that can severely disrupt suffers’ lives, making eating, sleeping and even talking difficult. What is the temporomandibular joint? The temporomandibular joint is a sliding hinge […]
The tooth fairy visited your house months ago, but your child’s permanent tooth still hasn’t made an appearance. Should you be worried? If your child has lost a baby tooth and the permanent tooth hasn’t come in after several months, there’s more than likely not a serious problem. This situation is actually quite common, and […]
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