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Dental Care Tips
Gaps and crooked teeth are embarrassing. Our Raleigh dentist offers different braces options to help align your teeth and straighten your smile in the best way for you.
Invisible braces have become more and more popular over the years. People can get straighter teeth without the embarrassing metal mouth look. Like traditional braces, you have to keep your teeth and invisible braces as clean as possible.
Have you ever given thought to how your dental health choices can impact your love life? Maybe you have, maybe you haven’t. But the reality is: dental issues have a host of consequences.
It’s that time of year again! Seems like we go from one sugar-filled holiday to the next, doesn’t it? Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Valentine’s Day—now Easter! Do those pearly whites ever get a break?
What if we told you there was a significant danger to your child’s health that he is likely exposed to— everyday? Not only is he exposed to this danger, but he probably unknowingly welcomes it into his world with your permission—everyday. This danger is a master of disguise.
February is National Children’s Dental Health Month! The theme the ADA has chosen this year is, “Defeat Monster Mouth”..
Toothbrush History from Your Raleigh Dentist “What do twigs, hog hair, bone, and bamboo have to do with my teeth?” You rightfully ask yourself, as you wonder if your dentist has completely gone off the deep end! Allow me share some interesting facts with you about the history of toothbrushes!
Happy New Year! We appreciate all of our patients and look forward to serving you in 2015. As your Raleigh dentist, my job is to help you achieve the best oral health possible and to provide you with the tools and education you need to make the best choices for you and your family.
Dentists and cardiologists often debate the connection, however the American Academy of Periodontology and the American Heart Association agree there is an association between the gum disease and heart disease.