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You know you need to maintain good overall health, but do you know how important good oral health is to that effort? Your oral health and physical health are inextricably linked; you can’t have one without the other. So, if your oral hygiene regimen needs improvement, or if you just want to ensure that it’s the best it can be,…Continue reading
Oral and maxillofacial surgeons perform surgery on the mouth, jaw, and face. They undergo extensive training after dental school, usually a four to six-year residency program in a hospital setting. Their training is the same as plastic surgeons, internal medicine and emergency room doctors, except their focus is on the bones and soft tissues in the facial area, mouth, and…Continue reading
Having anxiety surrounding dentist visits is a common feeling. The tools and objects used at a dentist’s visit are sharp and noisy, causing many people to dread their experience. In addition to this, the uncertainty of what could happen causes fear. To reduce the amount of fear and anxiety you experience, educate yourself on what happens at the dentist’s office.…Continue reading
Millions of Americans are missing at least one tooth, mostly because of decay and gum disease. Years ago, there were only two options for people who wanted to replace their missing tooth; a partial denture and or a dental bridge. Today, if you’re missing a tooth, you can replace it with a dental implant. Three million Americans already have dental…Continue reading
You’ve probably heard about the importance of taking care of your body so you stay healthy. Good health doesn’t just happen; it’s a result of eating nutritious foods, getting regular exercise, avoiding germs, and staying away from harmful substances. Your doctor and dentist are two people who can help you stay healthy, so it’s important to have regular check-ups for…Continue reading