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  • Dental Milestones

    Dental Milestones

    Over the course of a lifetime teeth go through cycles of being built up and broken down; gradually acquiring stains and being worn down. Even pushing too hard with your toothbrush or brushing too long can be counterproductive. By age 30, your ivories have been used and abused.

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  • When Should You First Take Your Child to the Dentist?

    When Should You First Take Your Child to the Dentist?

    Teething is painful. And not just for your child. When a child begins teething it can be extremely painful for them, and difficult for you as a parent. When you see your child in pain, it can be hard not to wonder what is wrong, and the temptation then arises to take your c

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  • The Most Important Changes in Dental Care for 2016

    The Most Important Changes in Dental Care for 2016

    With all the discounts, the bills, the appointment-booking and more, it can be confusing enough trying to get your teeth sorted. Add on top of that several changes to the world of dentistry in 2016 and you’d be forgiven for being tempted to leave it for another year. But

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  • Considering Child Care Aid: Make the Right Decision

    Considering Child Care Aid: Make the Right Decision

    Your Children are Growing Up

    As work and commitments add up, your children will not stop growing. As they grow, choosing the right child care option might seem like a daunting task for you. However, it need not be if the right measures are taken before and after the

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  • Not Getting a Root Canal Could Kill You!

    Not Getting a Root Canal Could Kill You!

    Do you get the chills when dentists talk about the possibility of a root canal? If you have worries about the pain the procedure can induce, you are not alone. The general population has many misconceptions about this simple, painless, and potentially life-saving procedure.

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  • Gingival Abscess

    Gingival Abscess

    Abscess is a bacterial infection which causes inflammation and sacs filled with pus. This infection can also occur in the mouth, vagina, armpits, or anus as well as the base of the spine. Gingival abscess is one of the five types of dental abscesses. This is caused by bact

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