dentist checking your annual dental x-rays

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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Girl having her impacted wisdom teeth removed

Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth are the molars in the very back of the mouth, which usually emerge later in life. In many cases, however, the wisdom teeth become impacted. Having impacted wisdom teeth means the teeth fail to emerge properly because of a lack of room in the mouth. Impacted wisdom teeth do not always cause immediate…

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natural restoration of teeth

Natural Restoration

If there is one great fear that many people have for their smiles, it is the loss of teeth. We don’t want to be the one who has gaps in their smile or discomfort while we chew. Remember losing teeth as a child? Your parents probably gave you plenty of soft foods to eat so…

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Woman having her gums looked at to determine gum reshaping

Gum Reshaping

There are many reasons people turn towards cosmetic dentistry. Many patients are frustrated with a gummy smile. When they smile, more of their gums are visible than their teeth. They are frustrated with their smile but are afraid that there’s little that can be done about it. Having a beautiful smile is important not only…

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