Protecting Your Dental Bridge

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A dental bridge can last for many years. However, it is important to care for the appliance properly in order to avoid potential problems. Here are some of the things you can do to ensure the longevity of your bridge. Brush and Floss Regularly A dental bridge cannot decay like a natural tooth. However, it is still important to brush and floss properly around the appliance. This includes threading floss between the false tooth or teeth of the bridge and the gums.…

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Should Your Child Get Sealants On Their Baby Teeth?

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If your child hasn’t yet had their adult teeth come in, you might think that you don’t need to take extra precautions to guard their baby teeth. After all, baby teeth are designed to fall out and be replaced by adult teeth. However, it might surprise you to learn that dental sealants could greatly benefit your child’s oral health, even if they haven’t had a single adult tooth come in yet.…

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How To Handle A Failed Root Canal

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Root canals can fail for a lot of reasons. It may have been an installation error on the part of your previous dentist. It could be that you didn’t get the restorative crown in time, so the temporary filling gave out. Perhaps there was an infection in the root of the tooth that didn’t get resolved correctly. What can you do? Read on to find out. Getting a Second Root Canal…

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