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One of the most common reasons for people to visit the dentist is that they are experiencing tooth pain. A toothache may seem like a small thing to someone who has never had one, but people who have experienced it know how painful they can be! There are many factors and causes of tooth painread more
When you are dealing with missing teeth it can be a major inconvenience and problem but fortunately, you’ve got several options. The worst thing you could possibly do is to sit by and do nothing! A missing tooth is more than just an issue with aesthetics and how your smile looks. Replacing a lost toothread more
Dental bonding is one of many dental processes that aim at restoring the look, feel and durability of teeth; it is a procedure that uses a composite material that is applied to the teeth. This material is hardened with a special light and can then be shaped to looks like normal teeth. Dental bonding isread more
When you see your dentist, you know the basics of what goes on: a cleaning, cavity check, maybe some x-rays, and an evaluation of your overall dental health. But there is much more behind these visits and this is what makes them so important. And it is not just your teeth and gums but theread more
Don’t Ignore These Dental Warning Signs At Comfort Care Family Dental, we do our utmost to make your experience as anxiety-free and generally pleasant as possible. Still, we’re well aware that many people are afraid or otherwise reluctant to go to the dentist. If we hadn’t figured this out from own experience, a recent pollread more
“More than 50 years ago, examinations of people entering the military showed that Americans’ teeth were in pretty bad shape. Few people took good care of their teeth. There were no guidelines for how often you should see a dentist. Many dentists focused on fixing problems rather than preventing them. Dental and health organizations decidedread more
“You can’t overestimate the importance of good oral hygiene — not only for dental health, but for your overall wellbeing. In fact, gum disease is a major risk factor for the development of serious health conditions, including heart disease, and diabetes. From the time we’re young, we’re taught that using a toothbrush regularly is one of the best waysread more
How Sugar Affects Your Teeth Most people would say that it is fairly common knowledge that sugar is bad for your teeth, but this has not always been the case. In fact, it is believed that ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle was the first to observe that sweet food like soft figs lead to tooth decay,read more
When it comes to dental visits, most of us know that keeping our regular dental checkup at least twice a year is the recommendation. Most of us also know bleeding gums are not normal and are a sign that we need some extra help with our dental care routine. We also know that tooth painread more
Baby teeth usually become loose because the permanent teeth are pushing them up and out of the gums as they try to come in. Kids tend to lose teeth in the same order the got them. In most cases, the first teeth to get loose are the front teeth, followed by the canines and thenread more