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What Can Be Done When Food Consistently Gets Trapped Between 2 Teeth

If you consistently get food trapped between two teeth every time you eat, you have what is called a food trap. When you have a food trap, you probably reach for dental floss after each meal, and this can get annoying. If you are tired of having a food trap in your mouth, you may want to visit a dentist to find out what can be done about it. What causes food traps? Read More 

Tips To Help You Avoid Coffee Staining On Your Teeth

Keeping your teeth white is not an easy task unless you perform teeth-whitening procedures often and are very careful about what you eat and drink. If you are a coffee drinker, keeping your teeth white may be even harder, simply because coffee stains teeth. If you really want whiter teeth, you could give up drinking coffee if you want. Unfortunately, this is probably not the solution you are looking for. Instead of this, you could continue having your morning coffee; however, you may want to follow these tips to help reduce the risks of the coffee staining your teeth. Read More 

Invest in a Root Canal Before the Pain Sets In

When it comes to dental procedures, many people would rather wait to invest in these procedures until it's absolutely necessary. This is especially true for root canals, which are procedures that very few people look forward to. If you aren't experiencing any pain, then you may be tempted to put off having a root canal. Here are three reasons why you shouldn't wait until pain sets in to have a root canal in the future. Read More 

What Are The Benefits Of Getting Dental Implants?

When you have missing teeth, this can lead to a variety of different oral health problems. Chewing is often difficult, which can lead to poor nutrition, and the remaining natural teeth may become weak due to a lack of support from the teeth that are missing. Fortunately, these and other problems can be resolved by getting dental implants. These are some of the benefits that those who have dental implants can enjoy. Read More 

A Guide to Treating Gum Disease

A staggering number of people have gum disease, which can be debilitating to your oral health. Close to 65 million adults over the age of 30 have periodontal disease, which is more than 47 percent of the population. With this in mind, you need to learn a bit about periodontal disease, how you can get gum-disease treatments, and how to keep your oral health in the best condition for as long as possible. Read More