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15
Apr

The Impact of Sugary Drinks on Your Dental Health

Convenience often dictates our dietary choices and that’s why sugary drinks have become a staple for many. From the refreshing fizz of sodas to the comforting warmth of sweetened coffees and teas, these beverages offer a quick energy boost and an immediate satisfaction to our taste buds. However, the fleeting pleasure they provide comes at a cost, particularly to our

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4
Jan

The Importance of Regular Dental Checkups: Taking Care of Your Oral Health

What is Preventative Dentistry? Preventive dentistry focuses on maintaining healthy teeth and gums, which involves regular dental checkups, professional cleanings, and educating patients about good oral hygiene practices. Preventive dentistry helps avoid more serious and costly dental problems by identifying potential issues early. Regular dental checkups keep your oral health in check and serve as a critical preventive measure against

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21
Nov

How Bad Oral Hygiene Can Lead to Oral Cancer

Bad oral hygiene is associated with a variety of problems, including gum disease, tooth loss, bad breath and tooth stains/discolorations. Taking care of your teeth can help make your smile attractive and beautiful to behold, but did you know that poor oral hygiene is strongly associated with oral cancer? According to a publication in the National Library of Medicine, failure

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14
Jan

Dental Office of Dr. Kawveh Nofallah Uses DentalVibe Technology

The dental office of Dr. Kawveh Nofallah is proud to use the latest innovations in dental technology to provide the best care to our patients. Our trained dentists are now using DentalVibe, a revolutionary dental injection device, to help alleviate fear and anxiety experienced during dental procedures. DentalVibe works by sending signals to the brain through vibrations. These vibrations are

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26
Jul

The Difference Between Porcelain Crown and Ceramic Crown

Over time, teeth often get damaged, whether it’s due to aging, tooth decay, or injuries to the teeth. Sometimes the damage leads to changes in the size or shape of teeth, and dental treatments like a ceramic or porcelain crown are caps that can be placed over a tooth to restore the size, shape, appearance, and strength of the tooth.

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17
Dec

How Long Do Dental Crowns Last?

The human tooth has several unique parts, but to the general eye, each tooth has a root that is seated under the gums and an upper portion that is part of your smile. If the visible part of a tooth sustains damage, decays, or develops discoloration, how dental crowns last may be a viable solution to correct the appearance and

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9
Dec

Is Getting Professional Teeth Whitening Worth It?

A white, bright smile is definitely something that can boost your self-confidence, and there is no shortage of people seeking this kind of confidence boost. The at-home tooth whitening industry is a booming one with a slew of interesting products. If you can go out and buy products to whiten your teeth, why would getting professional teeth whitening at the

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16
Nov

How Long Do Dental Fillings Last?

About 92 percent of the population will have at least one cavity in their lifetime, and most actually have several. When a cavity, or spot of tooth decay, does show up, the best solution to protect the tooth to prevent it from deteriorating further how dental fillings last. Dental fillings are strategically placed materials meant to restore the function and

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9
Oct

5 Simple Ways to Improve Your Dental Hygiene Routine

You grab your toothbrush a few times a day, brush for two minutes each time, and floss when you have time. Maybe sometimes you forget to brush, but if you are like a lot of people, you probably think you do a pretty good job of taking care of your smile. Unfortunately, a subpar dental hygiene routine is proven to

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2
Sep

COVID-19: Is the Stress of Everything Affecting Your Oral Health?

COVID-19 has stepped into 2020 and taken over the lives of many. With fears of getting sick running rampant, many individuals losing some of their income, and some being stuck at home more, stress and anxiety are just natural side effects of the pandemic. Unfortunately, all the stress of COVID-19 can be detrimental to your oral health just as much

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