Does Your Child Have Extra Wisdom Teeth?

Posted on: 4 August 2018

Most people have four wisdom teeth (known as the third molars) or fewer. If you are taking your child in to the dentist to have his or her wisdom teeth extracted, you may be surprised to find they have more than four that need to be taken out. Extra teeth—not just wisdom teeth—are known as supernumerary teeth. Your dentist can usually see these teeth on your child's digital x-rays or as they erupt from the gums.
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Stop Walking Around With Those Crooked Teeth And Get Yourself Some Dental Implants Today

Posted on: 10 July 2018

Tooth decay is a part of life, even if you are generally good about brushing your teeth. Over time, your teeth simply won't look as good as they did when you were much younger. If you want to restore the youthful look of your natural teeth, there is really only one good option and that's getting on the dental implant train. Here are three reasons why you might want to reach out to a dentist that offers dental implant services ASAP.
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Types of Cracks You Can Get on Your Teeth

Posted on: 14 June 2018

When you hear people talk about cracked teeth, you might picture a huge crack running down the tooth. While this is one type of crack a tooth can get, this is not the only type. There are actually many types of cracks teeth can get, but most types require treatment. Here are some of the most common types of cracks people develop on their teeth. Craze line cracks A very common, but not extremely serious, type of crack you can get on a tooth is called a craze line crack.
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Things To Know About Caring For Your Teeth

Posted on: 11 May 2018

You might have a desire to keep your teeth in the best condition possible. Yet, you might not have all of the information that you need to protect your teeth from the types of common issues that can develop. Without a basic understanding of handling common issues, you might make mistakes that can damage your smile. What Should You Do If Your Filling Comes Out? It is common for individuals to have fillings for previous cavities.
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