What Can You Do If You Hate The Look Of Your Eye Teeth?

Posted on: 16 March 2016

Your eye teeth, also known as canines, are the pointed teeth found between your incisors and premolars. These teeth are used for tearing apart meats and other tough foods. They're an essential part of your dentistry, but a lot of people hate the way their canines look in their mouths. Namely, some patients feel like their canines are too large or too pointy, and that this makes them the focal point of their smile.
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Want Beautiful Teeth But Fear The Dental Work? 2 Dental Breakthroughs That May Make Dental Fear A Thing Of The Past

Posted on: 17 February 2016

If you want beautiful teeth, then don't let dental fear get in the way of your goal. If you are like many adults with dental fear, then there may be two instruments that cause it – the anesthetic needles and the drills. While you may know that they won't really hurt you, when anxiety strikes, people often stop thinking logically. If you want dental work, but you are avoiding it due to this reason, then you will be happy to hear that many standard and cosmetic dentistry procedures can now be performed without a drill at all, and dental researchers are also working hard to find ways to numb patients' mouths before dental procedures without having to use anesthetic injections.
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Caring For The Teeth Of A Sick Child: What Parents Should Know

Posted on: 27 August 2015

When your child gets a bug from preschool or even just from playing at the park, you do your best to keep their temperature down and keep them hydrated, but dental care can fall by the wayside as you try to get your child back on the path of good health. However, because the body's immune system becomes stressed during illness and because the nature of being sick poses some unique risks, you should actually be more vigilant when your child is fighting off a bacterial infection or a virus.
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5 Questions Parents May Have About Extruded Teeth

Posted on: 13 August 2015

About half of all children and teens will experience a traumatic dental injury by the time they graduate high school, so as a parent, you need to be prepared for this eventuality. There are many traumatic dental injuries that children and teens can experience, ranging from cracked teeth to knocked out teeth. It's also possible for their teeth to be partially dislodged; dentists call this injury an extruded tooth. Below are five questions answered about your child's teeth.
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