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8 Reasons Why Dental Exam Is Necessary

Many people think that regular oral hygiene is sufficient to keep their oral health in check. If you don't have regular dental exams and cleanings, your oral and overall health will suffer. Regular dental visits at My Family Dental help reduce your chances of...

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What You Need To Know About Gum Therapy 

Did you know that your gums signify your dental health? Gum tissue also known as gingival tissue serves as a barrier to protect teeth and underlying bone. If your gums are inflamed and bleed easily, it could be a sign of gum disease. Gum therapy is a treatment method...

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4 Reasons Why Tooth Extraction Is Necessary 

Dental tooth extraction is simply the removal of a tooth that is infected, decayed or impacted with the help of a dental professional. After all other treatments have failed, tooth extraction is frequently the last option. Tooth extraction is a relatively quick...

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The Importance Of Children’s Dentistry

Brushing and flossing your child's teeth every day is the best way to prevent cavities and instill oral hygiene habits that will last into adulthood. On the other hand, dental sealants are a preventative measure that dentists use to help prevent tooth decay. This blog...

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11 Ways To Keep Keep Your Teeth Healthy

A lifetime of dental care is required to achieve healthy teeth. Even if you consider that you have a sweet tooth, it's critical to take the proper steps to care for them and avoid problems every day. Below are the ways how to take care of your teeth: Brush your teeth...

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Switch To A Healthy Diet For Healthier Teeth

Eating and filling our bodies with nutrients is part of our daily routine. For that reason, we are at risk of having a toothache and tooth decay, mostly due to the kind of food we eat. We know that brushing alone won't save our teeth; thus, healthy food intake is...

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What Do You Need To Know About Dental Crowns

Your teeth can become damaged over time. This can occur for various reasons, including tooth decay, injuries, or regular use. Your teeth' shape and size can deteriorate. Dental crowns are tooth-shaped "caps" that fit over your natural tooth. Consider it a snug hat for...

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Gum Health: Habits To Promote Healthy Gums

The gums act as a protective layer that shields the teeth from harmful bacterias and germs. When you don't go in for a routine dental checkup every six months, there is a high risk of developing gum diseases such as gingivitis or periodontitis. These forms of gum...

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