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Uncover the Truth About Root Canal Treatment

If your dentist has recommended a root canal, you’re probably panicking. After all, root canals have the reputation of being exceedingly painful and terrifying, right? Actually, that may have been true for the first one that was performed in 1766, but modern root canals are relatively painless due to modern innovations in equipment and analgesics. To be sure, the root…

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What to Expect During a Tooth Extraction

If your dentist in Flint is recommending the removal of one of your teeth, you may be worried about how this will affect your appearance and whether the procedure itself will be painful. You may also wonder what will happen after your extraction and why it is necessary. While consulting with your dentist is the best way to learn more…

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Understanding Sensitive Teeth

The most common symptom of sensitive teeth is a sharp, stinging feeling when you eat or drink items that are hot, cold, sweet, or sour. While this a fairly common problem to have, it is also a problem that is easy to treat. If you have sensitive teeth and gums, you may find that routine oral health care tasks such…

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Cavity Prevention Advice for Everyone

Almost everyone has been there. It’s late at night, you’re exhausted, and you have to get up extra early, so you’re tempted to skimp on your nightly oral hygiene regimen or skip it altogether. Don’t do that. Of all the tasks that you could skip, your oral hygiene shouldn’t be on the list. Although most of us don’t consider the…

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Reasons and Remedies for Tooth Discoloration

If you smile less because your teeth are stained and discolored, then you may be able to reverse the dark and dingy appearance and have a whiter, brighter smile. What Causes Teeth to Become Stained and Discolored? There are many causes of discolored and stained teeth, not all of which are within your control. Reasons for tooth discoloration include the…

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Why Flossing Is a Must, Not a Maybe

If you think that it’s not a big deal to skip out on flossing your teeth every day, continue reading. While you may be convinced that brushing your teeth twice a day is enough to keep your teeth and gums happy and healthy, it’s only the first step in establishing excellent oral health. It may be tempting to brush off…

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Causes of Bleeding Gums and Gum Disease

Understanding Periodontal Disease Since you learned to brush your teeth, you’ve probably heard of the negative impacts tooth decay and cavities can have on your dental health. And while that is certainly true, there is another disease that gets less attention, but can create more serious dental issues if left untreated. That culprit is gum disease. Missing teeth can cause…

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The Benefits of Proper Teeth Brushing

If you enjoy showing off a bright and brilliant smile to the people you meet, then proper brushing is a must for the future of your teeth. Brushing your teeth correctly can be a challenging process, however. Most of us learned our brushing habits when we were very small and have not adjusted them since then. At our dental practice,…

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Invisalign: Frequently Asked Questions

Are you self-conscious about your smile? Crooked teeth or an overbite can make you hesitate to smile as often as you like or go out of your way to be friendly. It’s only natural, but if you’re like most people, the idea of braces with brackets and wires is just as bad. Fortunately, there’s a discrete way to fix orthodontic…

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Are Cracked Teeth on the Rise?

One of the most serious dental issues associated with the stress and worry of the pandemic is the increase in damage to teeth caused by the grinding or clenching of the jaw during the night. Anxiety is a major factor that contributes to grinding your teeth. If you’ve noticed yourself grinding or clenching your teeth, it’s time to see a…

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