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How To Make Sure Your Dental Veneers Last


Dental veneers are capable of giving you a complete smile makeover by masking various dental issues. If you want your new investment to last as long as possible, however, there are a few things you need to keep in mind. Just like your natural teeth, you need to take care of your veneers in order make sure they last for years to come. Here’s what you need to do: Floss daily Your dental veneers rest against your natural teeth. Its margins and edges are usually prime locations for plaque to accumulate over time and for tooth decay to develop. This … Continue reading

Why Do My Teeth Keep Getting Stained?


Wondering why your teeth keep getting stained easily? Or find yourself opting for teeth whitening often? When you know what reacts with your enamel and darkens it, it’s easier to take proactive measures that’ll help your smile look your best. Your diet Teeth are porous. This means that they are capable of naturally soaking up stain particles from foods and drinks we consume. Things like red wine, tea and coffee and are some of the most common staining beverages you need to watch out for! This is why we often recommend washing your mouth with water regularly and after each … Continue reading

3 Signs Of An Impacted Wisdom Tooth


Your wisdom teeth, also known as the third molars, tend to fully develop by the time you reach the age of 30. It most commonly occurs during the teen years. The problem with these third molars is that most people usually lack the space needed in their mouth for them to develop all the way. As a result, they can become fully or partially impacted. Here are some signs of an impacted wisdom tooth to watch out for: Pain The most noticeable symptom will of course be pain. As your tooth erupts, it will push into the tissues next to … Continue reading

Flossing 101: The Do’s and Don’ts


Did you know that there was more to flossing than simply running a strand of thread between your teeth? It’s not just important to floss, but more so to floss CORRECTLY. We’ve put together a few do’s and don’ts to keep in mind when flossing so you can make the most out of it: DO floss every day Brushing your teeth alone won’t help you maintain good oral health because it doesn’t physically reach between your teeth. This is where gum disease and cavities tend to originate from the most. You need to this at least every day to reduce … Continue reading

4 Signs of TMJ Disorder


TMJ disorder is a painful condition that affects the jaw joints on either side of your mouth. You rely on these joints to talk and eat each day so any damage to them can significantly affect your normal functioning. We’ve listed out some of the most common warning signs of TMJ disorder. If you experience any of the below, it’s time to schedule a consultation with our dentist! Misaligned Teeth Crooked or misaligned teeth are far more than an aesthetic concern. Because of their alignment, your jaw joints need to place more strain in order to chew and grind your … Continue reading

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