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Picking Your Dentist

Picking Your Dentist

by Bevon Findley (SU)
Picking your new dentist is a lot like hunting for the perfect pair of jeans; it needs to be comfortable and a good fit that leaves you feeling and looking your best. Whether you are looking for a family dental provider or in need of an emergency extraction, finding an exceptional dentist is worth the minimal time investment it takes to find them.

Things Your Dentist Wishes You Knew

Things Your Dentist Wishes You Knew

by Shearly (SU)
Dentists—like everyone else—can dream, can’t they? As caring, highly-trained dental professionals, there are certain things that your dentist wishes you knew. For starters, one of those obvious things: if you wear lipstick, you really should wipe it off before you sit down in the dentist’s chair. After all, your dentist wants to see your pearly whites and will be working in your mouth, and the lipstick tends to get in the way!

Is ClearCorrect Right for You?

Is ClearCorrect Right for You?

by Natalie (SU)
If your teeth aren’t straight, it probably bothers you a lot. You make sure not to smile widely when there is a camera nearby, and carefully vet photos before allowing them to be posted. Braces cost way too much, and who wants to have braces as an adult? Luckily, there is ClearCorrect to discretely and affordably fix that smile.

Why you shouldn’t be ashamed: how your dentist can help with missing teeth

Why you shouldn’t be ashamed: how your dentist can help with missing teeth

by Shearly (SU)
Over time, people may come to lose a few teeth, but it’s nothing you should be ashamed of! In some cases, losing teeth is due to poor oral hygiene, but in many cases people can’t help missing a tooth. You might have needed a root canal for whatever reason, cracked a tooth, or they might have grown in that way.

360 Dental: A 360 Look at Your Dental Health

360 Dental: A 360 Look at Your Dental Health

by Shearly (SU)
Did you know that your dental health is connected to your overall health? Studies have shown that poor dental health is heavily related to other major medical conditions. In large part this is because of the many bacteria that thrive in the warm, moist environment of your mouth. Daily brushing and flossing, along with other good oral hygiene can limit their impact, but if they are left unchecked, it can easily lead to tooth decay or even gun disease. When it comes to dental health, you really need to take a 360 degree look.