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Non-Healing Root Canal: What You Should Know

According to WebMD, root canals are successful 95% of the time. However, there is a slim chance that complications may develop with your procedure. Here is what you should know to help you avoid or deal with being one of the 5% of root canal patients whose root canals do not heal the first time: Cause of Delayed Healing There several reasons your root canal treatment may not heal in time. Read More 

5 Tips For Preventing Dental Implant Failure

If you are missing teeth or have teeth that have serious issues, then dental implants can be life-changing. They can allow you to feel confident and comfortable again, and they can be a great alternative to dentures. They are also designed to last for a very long time, but there is the possibility that they can fail if you aren't careful. To help prevent dental implant failure, remember these five tips. Read More 

How Stress Can Affect Your Oral Health

Stress and dental health have an indelible link. If you are stressed out, then you are likely to develop myriad problems. It is good to recognize what these issues are so that you can learn how to cope with them. Here are four examples of how stress can affect your oral health: Teeth Grinding You are likely to start grinding your teeth when you are stressed. This may happen not only during the day, but also while you are sleeping at night. Read More 

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Every Dentist Needs Your Help Keeping Your Teeth Healthy

When I was a child and teenager, I always left the dentist's office with the great feeling of having no cavities. When I went away to college out-of-state, I had to switch to a new dentist in my area. It seemed like I was suddenly getting cavities and started wonder what my new dentist "was doing wrong". When I spoke to my mother about it, she reminded me that the reason I never had cavities when I was living it home was because she always made sure my siblings and I brushed and flossed daily and didn't eat too much sugar. I then realized that my late-night study sessions drinking sugary soda and my suddenly bad brushing habits were the true causes of my cavities. I have since learned a lot more about dental health I am eager to share with anyone who needs the advice!

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