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What To Do About Baby Teeth That Are Growing In Slowly

Teething is a difficult time for both parents and babies, but it's still a welcome change that accelerates the process of introducing solid foods. Yet it's easy to panic and wonder if something is seriously wrong with your child when they don't have a single tooth emerge during the usual window of between four and six months old. Know when baby teeth are officially considered late and what to do to ease your worry about your child's development. Read More 

Little Teeth, Big Problems: Should You Pull Your Child’s Baby Teeth Out Or Not?

While most baby teeth come and go without major incident, sometimes those little teeth can be stuck or otherwise lead to bigger problems. As a parent or guardian, you want to help your little one through this rite of passage with as few complications as possible, but teeth don't always cooperate. That's when you need to make some major decisions on how to handle the minor eruptions constantly going on in your child's mouth. Read More 

Recovering From Your Oral Surgery Procedure

Undergoing oral surgery is something that most people will have to go through at some point during their adult lives. However, individuals will frequently be unprepared for recovering from their oral surgery, which can make this more difficult and complication-prone. Stock Your Home With Soft Foods And Medical Supplies Immediately after your oral surgery, you are unlikely to feel well enough to be able to go to the store or cook your own food. Read More 

3 Questions To Ask Your Implant Dentist Before Surgery

Now that you've decided to go ahead with implant surgery, there are a few important questions you should ask your dentist or implant dentistry services provider before scheduling your surgery. Here are just a few that should be added to a list of your own questions: Are You Credentialed? One of the most important questions to ask your implant dentist before your scheduling your appointment is whether they are credentialed, and if so, what kind of credentials they have. Read More 

How To Prevent Future Gum Disease

Gum disease isn't something that anyone wants to go through. From the minor stages to the most severe, gum disease can be painful, it can smell bad, and it can seriously impact your appearance. If you've worked hard with a dentist to recover your gum health and don't want to have to go through the same thing all over again, here's what you should be doing at home to keep your gums as healthy as possible. Read More 

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When I go to college next semester, I’ll be applying for my school’s pre-dentistry program. From there, I plan to go to dental school and become a cosmetic dentist. I can’t wait to learn how to help my patients uncover their most dazzling smiles. You’d be surprised how much cosmetic dentistry can do for you. I started this blog to talk about the techniques, advancements in cosmetic dentistry, new dental technology, and other news you can use concerning the field. If you’ve ever considered seeing a cosmetic dentist to improve your smile, this blog is for you. You deserve a glamorous smile too!

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