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What is Cosmetic Dentistry, Really?

The term cosmetic dentistry is used to when referring to any kind of dental work that is meant to improve upon the appearance of the person even if it does not function as normal teeth. This includes changing of the appearance the gums, teeth or bite. Its major focus is on improving the dental aesthetics […]

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Instill Good Dental Habits in Your Child as Early as Possible

Philosopher Will Durant wrote, "…We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit." While that observation could aptly apply to a great deal of life, it's certainly true of dental health. Strong, healthy teeth and gums are largely the result of good oral habits started in early childhood. Here […]

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Your Teen Could get a Straighter Smile with Clear Aligners Rather than Braces

Your teen is about to embark on an orthodontic journey to a straighter, more attractive smile. But although you're excited about the outcome, you both may be steeling yourselves for a few years of "life with braces." But maybe not—your teen may be able to take advantage of a different kind of corrective appliance: clear aligners. […]

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Don't Fear the Dentist

How sedation dentistry from your dentist in Chico can help you. If even mentioning the dentist makes you break out in a cold sweat, it’s time to relax! Dental treatment can be a pleasant, calming, productive experience. The answer is sedation dentistry! Thanks to a wide variety of sedation techniques, you can actually enjoy visiting […]

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3 Tips for Helping Your Kids Develop Great Tooth-Friendly Habits

Want to give your kids the best start possible for a lifetime of good dental health? The most important thing you can do is train them in effective brushing and flossing. It's more than having a nice smile and fresh breath: these hygiene tasks remove the daily buildup of bacterial plaque, the primary cause for […]

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Jamie Foxx Chips a Tooth - This Time by Accident!

Some people are lucky — they never seem to have a mishap, dental or otherwise. But for the rest of us, accidents just happen sometimes. Take actor Jamie Foxx, for example. A few years ago, he actually had a dentist intentionally chip one of his teeth so he could portray a homeless man more realistically. […]

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Stay Vigilant with Oral Hygiene to Avoid Another Bout of Gum Disease

Treating advanced periodontal (gum) disease takes time. If you have this destructive disease, it wouldn’t be uncommon for you to undergo several cleaning sessions to remove plaque from tooth and gum surfaces. This built-up film of bacteria and food particles is primarily responsible for triggering and fueling gum disease. These cleaning sessions, which might also […]

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Hidden Sugar Can Jeopardize Your Health

It's easy to go overboard with sweets during the holiday season. But overconsumption of sugar, month after month, can jeopardize your oral and general health. A sugary diet nourishes the bacteria that cause tooth decay. Eating too much sugar over time also promotes general health problems such as diabetes and excessive weight gain. The beginning […]

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There's Still Hope for a Re-Infected Tooth After Root Canal Treatment

Most first-time root canal treatments achieve their purpose in saving an internally decayed tooth and extending its life to match those of the patient’s non-decayed teeth. Occasionally, though, a root canal-treated tooth may become re-infected by decay. There are a number of reasons for this: the permanent crown meant to add further protection against decay […]

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2.6 Million Fans 'Like' Justin Bieber's Chipped Tooth

Is a chipped tooth big news? It is if you’re Justin Bieber. When the pop singer recently posted a picture from the dental office to his instagram account, it got over 2.6 million “likes.” The snapshot shows him reclining in the chair, making peace signs with his hands as he opens wide; meanwhile, his dentist […]

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