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Can a dental crown fix my broken tooth?

April 29, 2019

Although our teeth are extremely strong and resilient, they aren’t necessarily infallible for the duration of our lifetime. There are a number of different things that can cause a tooth to become broken, but in most instances, it happens because a tooth has become weak and is then subjected to too much pressure – such as using it as a tool or biting down on a hard piece of toffee.

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Best Treatment for Receding Gums Due to Gum Disease

March 20, 2019

If you have been diagnosed with receding gums, it can be difficult to figure out how you should proceed with treatment. There are many options available for patients with receding gums, but the sooner that you catch the issue, the more options are available, and the simpler the procedure may be.

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How to stop tooth enamel erosion

February 18, 2019

Tooth enamel is a thin clear coating that covers the surface of your tooth. Enamel is designed to protect the underlying tooth and nerves from damage or decay. This hard layer is the hardest substance in your body. However, if this coating wears down or develops weaknesses, it is easier for infection, disease, and decay to enter inside of the tooth. This damage can cause significant discomfort, sensitivities, infection, and eventually tooth loss.

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How to Treat Gum Recession

January 11, 2019

As many people age, they may notice that their teeth appear to be lengthening, or that the gums are pulling away from the base of their teeth. Gum recession can be caused by several things, but the most serious of all of them is periodontal disease.

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