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Dentures Should Fit Properly

One common myth about dentures is that you don’t need to see your dentist once you have them. But your mouth is constantly changing, and regular dental visits help detect dental problems before they worsen. Another misconception is that people need to adjust to pain. While certain adjustments are required for first-time wearers, a good set of dentures should never be painful. Not Too ...

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Tension Can Be Bad for Teeth

One telltale sign of tension is constant stiff muscles on the back and shoulders. Another is clenching your jaws. You may not notice it, but jaw clenching puts a lot of stress on your teeth. With the Guinness Book of Records recording as much as 975 pounds per square inch for a single person’s bite, it’s no wonder that people who regularly clench their jaws due to tension cause so much ...

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Well Maintained Equipment = No Pain

Dentists use tiny instruments to work in the confined space that is your mouth. Of all tools dentists use, none other elicits a person’s fear than the dreaded drill. The hardiest marines dodge bullets like nobody’s business, but some quiver at the sight and distinctive sound of a high-powered drill. Not everyone knows it, but this tiny piece of technology can spin as fast as 800,000 ...

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Do Teeth Really Get Sprains?

Bothered by a dull ache in your teeth? Some people fear a cracked tooth and run to their dentist for emergency repairs, but no gums problems or cracking can be detected. One possible cause of pain is sprained tooth syndrome or STS. What is Sprained Tooth Syndrome? Sprained tooth syndrome describes the condition where tooth ligaments become stretched and inflamed, causing pain and discomfort. ...

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Conservative Dentistry

In the late 20th century, some dentists recommended replacing otherwise healthy teeth with implants and bridges. Many dentists pushed for artificial teeth because fake teeth did not require as much maintenance: Dentures did not get cavities and never hurt. If a tooth cracked, crown replacements easily made the tooth look as good as new. While these procedures were very expensive back then, they ...

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Keeping Patients Free of Pain

Patients with dental anxiety are usually given oral or IV sedation to help them relax and save them from pain they would otherwise experience when wide awake. But not all cases require a patient to be fully sedated. Sedation is just one of several options we use at Dr. Ron's office to give patients a painless dental experience. Local Anesthesia In most cases, your dentist will use local ...

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Get Treated Now, Pay Later

One of the biggest conveniences we have today is financing. By spreading out payment, even the average person can afford big-ticket items like a luxury car or a new home. Financing has revolutionized the way people live by allowing them to enjoy the fruits of their labor before even working for it. Unfortunately, the medical and dental industries may be at the cutting edge of technology today, ...

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A Warranty for Your Teeth

Whenever we hear the word “warranty,” we automatically think of our car, DVD player or computer. A warranty makes buyers feel protected because it gives the impression that the product will perform the way it was designed. It also means that the manufacturer is confident enough to back up products with a guarantee. But warranties are seldom associated with medical and dental procedures. So ...

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Snap-On-Teeth: The Cost-Effective Way to a Better Smile

Many patients come to us with hopes that we may give them a perfect smile. We’re very happy to say that through the years, our clinic has done just that. We offer a range of options, and provide patients will all the information they need so they may make well-informed decisions. One popular solution we offer is the Snap-On-Teeth. Confident Smile for Less Snap-On-Teeth are removable or ...

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Good Reasons to Smile More Often

Many people today only smile when the photographer says “Say cheese!” or perhaps when they get a good number of “likes” on Facebook. Not all people know that smiling has many positive effects not only on a person’s emotional being, but also to their physical health. Here are some of physiological benefits associated with smiling more often. Smiling is one good way to relax. When ...

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