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  • 9Feb

    How to Brush Your Teeth

    Brushing your teeth is probably a standard part of your daily routine, but chances are you may not be following the American Dental Association guidelines for cleaning your teeth properly. The ADA currently recommends that you brush your teeth at a minimum of two times per day – preferably morning and night, and anytime you […]

    By Scott Shipley | 0

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    1Feb

    Tooth Gaps: What Treatment Options are Available ?

    If you have a gap between your teeth, it can be rather glaring, drawing other people’s attention to the gap. This can be a source of self-consciousness, especially when the gap is in between your front teeth. More important than the aesthetics, a major tooth gap or multiple gaps may mean an issue with overall […]

    By Scott Shipley | 0

  • 9Jan

    Why Replace Missing Teeth?

    Missing teeth can cause a number of dental issues. When a tooth is missing, the jawbone will begin to degenerate, which can affect the structural appearance of the face. In addition, the missing tooth and jawbone deterioration can cause the remaining teeth to shift. Missing teeth also make it more difficult to eat and chew […]

    By Scott Shipley | 0