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Is it Okay to Delay Dental Treatment?

If your budget is tight and you don’t have dental insurance, you might weigh the costs vs the benefits of visiting the dentist. You may even think it would be more frugal for you to delay treating your dental issue or attending your biannual checkup. If this is a conclusion that you’ve come to, there…

Can Getting Vaccinated for HPV Decrease My Oral Cancer Risk?

NBC News has recently posted an article about how public support for vaccinations has dropped since 2008, but did you know that getting vaccinated can actually decrease your risk for oral cancer? Studies conducted by the ADA have found that HPV is a major risk factor for developing oral cancer. The virus has been linked…

How to Keep Your Teeth From Moving

Once you have all of your teeth, you expect them to stay put, especially if you’ve worn braces or retainers in the past. You’ve gotten your teeth into their most ideal positions. They should just stay exactly where they are for the rest of your life. So why have you noticed your smile getting more…

Sugary Drinks and Your Teeth

Why That Soda Habit May Be Costing More Than a Few Dollars a Day Regularly consuming sugary drinks can have lasting effects on your oral and overall health. Most people know that soda and other sugary beverages aren’t good for them, but they don’t think as much about the effect their sodas could be having…

The HPV Oral Cancer Link: What You Should Know

Many people think that they don’t need to worry about oral cancer as long as they don’t smoke. While it’s true that tobacco use is a big risk factor, you don’t have to smoke or chew tobacco to get oral cancer. It’s important to participate in regular oral cancer screenings because there could be other…

How Often Should You Brush Your Teeth?

Good oral hygiene can prevent decay and dental issues. The better you are able to keep your teeth clean, the longer your smile will last. This has become especially important as scientists have discovered more and more links between your oral health and your overall health. The mouth is the biggest entry point on your…

Your Baby’s Teeth, What You Need to Know

Some patients may think that caring for their baby’s teeth doesn’t matter, but the moment an infant’s teeth first erupt, those teeth are as susceptible to decay as a child’s tooth, regardless of whether the baby has one tooth or twenty. Each baby is born with about twenty teeth below their gums. The first tooth…

Why All Veneers Are Not the Same

If you’ve ever felt insecure about your smile or had a tooth imperfection that you wanted to change, you may have thought about dental veneers. But have you ever thought about which type of veneer is right for your smile? Most dentists create veneers using porcelain, but not all porcelain veneers are the same. What…

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