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Eight Things to Keep in Mind Following Dental Implant Surgery

Eight Things to Keep in Mind Following Dental Implant Surgery

Dental implants drastically improve people’s lives by providing a foundation for replacement teeth that look, feel, and function like natural teeth and preserve facial structure. Dental implant surgery is extremely safe, with relatively low risk for complications experienced by very few people. Your oral surgeon will provide you with aftercare instructions specific to your situation, but it is important to know what to expect ahead of time. Keep these things in mind for the time after your dental implant surgery: ...

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Tips for Healthy Teeth

Tips for Healthy Teeth

You may think that by the time you’re referred to an oral surgeon, the oral health ship has sailed, and there’s nothing more you can do. That couldn’t be further from the truth – you can always begin a tooth care regimen to prevent further damage. In fact, before and after oral surgery are two of the most important times to maintain your oral health. Here are some important tips for keeping your teeth healthy. Brush Your Teeth Yes, this ...

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Sleep Awareness Month: Sleep Apnea

Sleep Awareness Month: Sleep Apnea

If your partner snores, it’s probably bothersome to you. Dealing with the sound can make it hard to fall asleep or stay asleep. In many cases, snoring is harmless aside from the lost hours of rest, but it could be a sign that something serious is wrong. Snoring is one of the main symptoms of sleep apnea. What is Sleep Apnea? You may have heard the term “sleep apnea” before, but you might not know what it means. It is ...

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The Importance of Pediatric Oral Health Habits

The Importance of Pediatric Oral Health Habits

The American Dental Association (ADA) sponsors National Children’s Dental Health Month each February to raise awareness about pediatric oral health. It is important for children to develop proper oral hygiene habits to keep their teeth and gums healthy and strong. When to Begin Even before your infant begins to cut teeth, gum care and oral health should be a priority. Wipe the child’s gums daily to help reduce the risk of decay. This also establishes a routine so your child ...

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