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Invisalign

5 Things to Know Before Getting Invisalign

Invisalign helps straighten your teeth and perfect your smile without the nuisance of metal braces in your mouth. It uses invisible and removable plastic aligners that are specially made for your teeth. This is undoubtedly the method preferred by customers to straighten teeth and may be considered a form of cosmetic dentistry as it adds […]

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Invisalign

5 Things to Know Before Getting Invisalign

Invisalign helps straighten your teeth and perfect your smile without the nuisance of metal braces in your mouth. It uses invisible and removable plastic aligners that are specially made for your teeth. This is undoubtedly the method preferred by customers to straighten teeth and may be considered a form of cosmetic dentistry as it adds […]

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gingivitis

Anything You Need to Know About Gingivitis

Did you know that more that 35.7 million Americans suffer from Gingivitis? Wondering what exactly is, gingivitis? It is an inflammation of the gums caused by the bacterial infection. The cause of gingivitis is plaque-the colorless, sticky and soft layer of bacteria that forms constantly on the gums and teeth. Plaque constantly forms on the […]

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Gingivitis: Symptoms, Causes and Treatments

Most of us are keenly aware of the dangers of tooth loss, however, we give little thought to the tissue surrounding and supporting our teeth. Yet, a 2012 study conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revealed that 47 percent of American adults have some form of Gum disease. The number rises to a […]

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List-of-TMJ-Symptoms

Do You Have TMJ? Here’s a List of TMJ Symptoms

The temporomandibular joint, or TMJ, is the joint where your jaw articulates with your skull.  The joint is comprised of your mandible, or jaw bone, and the temporal bone of your skull.  A small disc that helps motion occur is located in the joint where the two bones meet in your TMJ. If you have TMJ dysfunction, […]

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Non-surgical Methods to Treat Gum Disease

Non-Surgical Periodontal Treatment

Gum disease is also known as periodontal disease. This disease is very common among people from almost all age groups, especially among adults over the age of 30. Gum disease can cause just a little inflammation or it could turn serious to the extent that it damages the bones or even the soft tissue that […]

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