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Dental Health, Dental Services   •   March 2, 2020

Everything About Tongue Ties You Need To Know

What is Tongue Tie? Tongue tie, in scientific terms, is known as ankyloglossia. It is a condition in which the tongue is tethered to the floor of the mouth near its tip. As a result, people who have tongue tie have difficulties moving their tongue in free motion and consequently suffer from eating disorders, speech […]

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Abscessed Tooth, Dental Health   •   February 14, 2020

Dental Cavities: Formation and Prevention

Dental cavities continue to be one of the most common oral health issues, especially in children. As per an article published by Today, more than a quarter of American adults have cavities that have not been treated. “Approximately 91 percent of U.S. adults aged 20–64 had dental caries in permanent teeth in 2011–2012,” the report, […]

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Navigating Your Way Around Tonsil Stones

Tonsilloliths, commonly known as tonsil stones, are when accumulated debris of bacteria, cells or food particles are calcified on your palatine tonsils. Microorganisms, food and mucus can get trapped together in the nooks and crannies of your tonsils. If this becomes concentrated, it causes tonsil stones. Some people who suffer from tonsil stones report swelling […]

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Dental Braces, Dental Health   •   August 7, 2019

Why Dental X-Rays Are Needed Before Getting Braces

Behind many otherwise brilliant smiles, there may be teeth that need straightening and repositioning. Luckily, technology is available to help those who suffer from teeth misalignment. X-rays can show the shape of how teeth are coming in and help guide orthodontists in how to help reshape for maximum effect. The process of installing braces entails […]

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Tiny Tooth Worms – Seriously?

In medieval times, most people thought dental cavities were made by tiny tooth worms? Yes, seriously. Tiny Tooth Worms. They thought these little worms bore holes in the teeth and then hid, out of sight, beneath the surface. The wiggling they did inside the tooth was believed to cause the pain of toothaches. Thank goodness […]

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