Top Things To Know If Your Baby Has Tongue-Tie

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As a parent, it's normal to notice even the little things about your baby. One thing that you might have noticed is that your child has a condition known as tongue-tie, which means that the tissue that connects your baby's tongue to the bottom of their mouth might be shorter or thicker than it's supposed to be. If you have noticed this and don't know anything about it, it's normal to be a bit concerned.

21 April 2023

Your Dentist Knows Best: Debunking Common Myths About Oral Health

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Oral health is a crucial aspect of our overall well-being, and regular dental checkups and cleanings are critical for ensuring healthy teeth and gums. However, there are many myths and misconceptions surrounding oral health that can lead to confusion and misinformation. You should always trust your dentist first, so if you ever have any questions, make sure to ask them about the specifics. This article will debunk common myths about oral health and discuss why your dentist is the best source of accurate information, no matter what you might read on the internet or hear from your friends at a get-together.

20 March 2023

Why You Should Care About Small Dental Cavities

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Some people consider small dental cavities harmless. However, many dental problems, including cavities, can cause dangerous complications if not treated. Below are some reasons you should not ignore small dental cavities.  Cavities Get Bigger With Time Dental cavities form when some parts of your teeth lose minerals that make up their hard surfaces. The process, which dentists call decalcification, leaves the affected parts of your teeth with openings and holes.

9 February 2023

Why Gum Recession Is A Catastrophe For Your Dental Implant

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The dental implant services provided by your dentist aren't limited to the surgery that placed the implant in your jaw. Your dentist can help you to avoid any future issues that will prevent the implant from looking and behaving like a natural tooth. One such issue is gum recession, which can lead to an implant no longer looking realistic. A Natural-Looking Prosthetic The implant (a small titanium screw) was placed in your jawbone.

6 January 2023