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Treating a Fractured Tooth

Your teeth are remarkably strong. In fact, the force of your bite can produce nearly 168 pounds at your second molar, and a total bite pressure of about 5600 pounds per square inch! With pressures so extreme, it is not surprising to learn that your teeth are made from the strongest substance in your entire body. They are uniquely designed to bite off, chew and grind the hardest of foods. Unfortunately, your teeth are not exempt from damage.

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Tired of Ill-Fitting Dentures?

While our teeth are designed to last a lifetime, many of us will face the need for teeth replacement. Whether it is due to a traumatic injury or poor dental health, your natural teeth can fall out or need extraction. If you have a full arch of missing teeth, a denture is the go-to solution.

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The Role of Acids in Tooth Stains

When you think of something getting stained or discolored, you often think of dark colors or dyes that taint a white or lighter surface. Therefore, it is understandable why people think of tooth stains the same way. However, it is not just the dark color of that coffee or red wine that is causing stains, it is also the acids.

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Is Sparkling Water Harmful to Your Smile?

Without question, water is the best drink for your smile. But this doesn’t mean that all types of water are good for your teeth. Today’s supermarkets contain countless water varieties, including several sparkling water brands.

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Help Prevent These 4 Problems with Routine Dental Cleanings

You take your car for a tune-up on a regular basis to avoid problems, so shouldn’t you be caring for your smile the same way? Visiting your dentist on a routine basis for preventive cleanings is a critical part of your dental care plan. In most patients, these simple and painless visits are recommended every six months.

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Are E-Cigs and Nicotine Gum Bad for Your Dental Health?

Have you decided to quit smoking? We applaud you. Smoking cigarettes is one of the most harmful habits for your oral health, as it leads to problems ranging from tooth stains and bad breath to gum disease and oral cancer. Since quitting cold turkey is very difficult to do, many smokers turn to e-cigarettes and nicotine gum to curb their cravings during the process. While these measures do much less harm to your health than traditional cigarettes, there are still some oral health drawbacks you need to be aware of.

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