What are Dental Implants

Dental implants are metal posts that are positioned into the jawbone surgically beneath the gums. These implants allow your dentist to put replacement teeth onto them. Let’s learn how they work and the two types of implants available. How Do Dental Implants Work Dental implants are surgically fused to your jawbone so they provide support…

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What Are Craze Lines

Are you wondering what those vertical lines in the front of your teeth are? Those are almost certainly what are called Craze Lines. Craze Lines Vertical lines in the front of your teeth are called Craze Lines. Over years and years of use of our teeth, they develop small vertical cracks in your enamel (the…

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Do Your Gums Hurt During Pregnancy

Gingivitis during pregnancy is a common occurrence and can be treated during pregnancy with good oral hygiene. Pregnancy gingivitis is caused by a bacterial growth on your teeth that results in the buildup of plaque and may cause pain and bleeding through inflammation and swelling. We also recommend that women who are pregnant should have a periodontal…

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How Often Should You Have Dental X-Rays

How often you receive dental x-rays is very dependent on your medical history, dental history, and current condition. Some people receive x-rays every six months. For others with no recent dental or gum disease, they may receive x-rays every 5-7 years. That would be the full Panorex x-ray. The Panorex x-ray provides a full view of…

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Why Your Tooth May Be Loose

The first thing to determine is your age. Okay! Now that we have confirmed you are an adult with a loose tooth let’s continue on. There are many reasons your tooth could be loose, but there is nothing to worry about. There are plenty of treatments to make sure you don’t lose that tooth. Maybe you…

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