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Creating A Dental Schedule for 2022: When You Need To Visit The Dentist

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Regular dental visits are essential for maintaining proper dental hygiene. But with everything that life can throw at you, it can be hard to remember the last time you went to the dentist or the next time to schedule a visit. One way that can help you maintain your dental care is by creating a dental schedule. A personalized schedule can help you keep track of everything from regular exams to major procedures. Read these tips to find out how…

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Holiday Events for the Whole Family in Mt. Pleasant, SC

By Children's Dentistry, Dental Visit

Find out where the best Holiday events in Charleston, SC., are taking place this year so you and your family can get in on all the fun. This Year’s Holiday Family Events Taking Place In Mt. Pleasant Celebrate the holidays this season with the family, partaking in special holiday events held throughout November and December in Mt. Pleasant. It may be winter but it’s never too cold for traditional Christmas holiday festivities. So grab your hat, gloves, and scarf, and get ready to…

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Is It Worth It To Whiten Your Teeth?

By Cosmetic, Dental Technology, Dental Visit, Oral Health, Oral Hygiene

If you have been thinking about professional teeth whitening, what is stopping you? The results and lasting value of this procedure are well worth the cost of visiting your dental provider. While there are kits and products on the market that promise a whiter smile, the outcome and results can vary widely. So, is it worth it to professionally whiten your teeth? Here are some of the benefits: Efficacy You know that when you have your teeth professionally whitened, you will…

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You Don’t Need To Be Scared Of The Dentist!

By Children's Dentistry, Dental Visit, Oral Health, Oral Hygiene

Are you scared or nervous around your dentist? You don’t need to be! It’s estimated that over 5% of people in this country avoid dental appointments due to this. Another 20% will relent and go, but only when it is a dental emergency. Preventative dentistry is key in good health across the lifespan, which makes dental care imperative. In some instances, fear of going to the dentist is a side-effect of another, co-occurring issue, such as posttraumatic stress (PTSD) or…

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Should I Get A Second Opinion On Dental Work?

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It seems natural and often encouraged to get a second opinion on medical matters, but what about dental work? Absolutely- it is important to ask for a second opinion from a reputable and highly rated dentist in your area to give you a sense of peace regarding the upcoming procedure. Don’t feel uncomfortable about asking; you should get a second opinion on dental work and here is what you should know: It Isn’t Personal Don’t feel awkward expressing to your dentist…

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Do I Really Need a Crown?

By Dental Visit, Oral Health

There are some situations and tooth traumas that merit a dental crown.  A dental crown is a cover, of sorts, that slides down over the tooth- or what remains of a tooth. This covering provides support and structure- as well as creates a more aesthetically pleasing smile. If your dentist recommends a crown for your tooth or teeth, there are a few things that you should know. Do you really need a crown? Know the Process It can help quell anxiety…

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Biolase Advancement in Dentistry

By Cosmetic, Dental Technology, Dental Visit, Oral Hygiene

Technology has led to advancements in healthcare, including laser dentistry or ‘Biolase’ dental procedures. From cosmetic applications to skillful surgical procedures, Biolase makes it quick, easy, and pain-free to improve your smile. To date, Biolase is available in over 90 countries globally and is reported to improve the patient experience during dental visits, reducing pain, fear, and anxiety widely with this laser technology.   Laser Dentistry Have you heard about laser dentistry? Laser technology has been used in all areas of medical…

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Tips for Teaching Children About the Dentist

By Children's Dentistry, Dental Visit, Oral Health, Oral Hygiene

Familiarize your child at a very early age with taking care of their teeth and going to the dentist, and the reward will be improved oral health as they grow older. Use these tips from professionals to foster confidence about visiting the dentist and pride in maintaining good oral hygiene. Some tips to teach children about the dentist include these: Encourage Good Habits and Hygiene Make sure that you foster good habits and oral health every day, from the moment your child…

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HELP! I Think I Have Receding Gums

By Dental Visit, Oral Health, Oral Hygiene

Have you run your tongue around the tops of your teeth and felt that you have receding gums? And then, a glance in the mirror has confirmed it! Your gum tissue surrounding your teeth is pulling back and exposing more of your teeth and even their roots. This condition is not only bad for your smile; it is also a health hazard. Bacteria can get into the pockets that have formed between your teeth and the gum line. If you…

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Should I Whiten My Teeth?

By Cosmetic, Dental Technology, Dental Visit, Oral Hygiene

Teeth may become stained for a variety of reasons. The outside surfaces of your teeth may become discolored by smoking, red wine, coffee, tea, or dyes in food. Intrinsic discoloration emanates from inside the tooth and may be caused by childhood illness, aging, medications, infection, or tooth trauma. However, you don’t have to put up with a dingy smile. You can safely make your teeth whiter and brighter by using at-home whitening products or visiting your dentist for whitening treatments. Teeth with…

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