27
Nov

3 Myths Surrounding Root Canal Treatment

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Root Canal Treatment Myths

Root canal treatment is often thought to be intimidating and painful. Due to the fear and unease surrounding root canal treatment, many patients put off having it done. However, this approach can lead to even more pain and damage to the teeth and mouth. Here are some common myths surrounding root canal treatment, debunked! Root Canal Treatment Is Painful This is probably the most common myth, and the most common fear, about root canal treatment. Fear of pain is a big reason people put off having treatment done. However, this is counterproductive, and can cause way more pain in the…

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21
Nov

How Does Invisalign Work?

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Invisalign

While many people now get braces at a young age, there are still many adults that wish they had had the chance for orthodontic braces when they were young. A straight, aligned smile can work wonders for your appearance and self-esteem. However, many adults don’t want to go through having traditional orthodontic braces, consisting of metal wires and brackets. For those who want a straighter smile without traditional orthodontic braces, Invisalign braces can be a great option. Invisalign braces work through the use of thermoplastic aligners, which are custom created for you by your dentist. These are created in a…

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13
Nov

How To Keep Up Your Oral Hygiene Routine With Braces

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Strong Oral Hygiene

Orthodontic braces are very common among both young people as well as adults. As those with braces know, it can be very difficult to keep up with your oral hygiene once you have braces. However, having braces means it’s more important than ever to brush, floss, and see the dentist for regular cleanings. Oral hygiene problems due to braces are a commonly witnessed problem in family dentistry. Braces are made of metal wire and brackets, or sometimes clear brackets, which can make food more likely to get stuck in your teeth, and make parts of your mouth harder to reach…

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