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What Can I Do About Sensitive Teeth?

If you have sensitive teeth, you could be experiencing discomfort due to decay, genetics, age, or even over-brushing! When bacteria build up along the gum-line the dentin becomes exposed, and the microscopic pores that lead to the nerve of the tooth are left unprotected. Other common causes of sensitive teeth include: Acidic Foods and Drinks […]

Written by prositesdentalOct 22 • 2 minute read

Advanced Oral Health Care with Laser Technology

Many dental offices today are adopting innovations that improve the variety and accuracy of procedures they can provide. One of the latest technologies available to aid in soft and hard tissue procedures is dental lasers, which are growing in popularity and functionality. With the ability to provide a wide variety of treatments from gum re-contouring […]

Written by prositesdentalOct 15 • 2 minute read

Dental Fillings: What You Need to Know

Tooth decay is a dental health problem that frequently arises as a result of poor dental hygiene and a diet that is rich in sugar and sweetened beverages. A dental filling is used to seal the cavity and stop the decay from progressing further. The most common materials used for fillings include amalgam, gold, composite, […]

Written by prositesdentalApr 29 • 2 minute read

Top 3 Causes of Child Tooth Decay

It’s never too early to start caring about your child’s teeth. Starting them on a path to good oral health ensures that they’ll enjoy a bright, healthy smile when they’re older. Of course, the road to protecting their pearly whites starts before they even have adult teeth. The following are three of the leading causes […]

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Written by prositesdentalApr 24 • 2 minute read

Dentistry for Seniors: What You Need to Know

It turns out that everything you learned about dental hygiene as a child still applies in your golden years. As a senior, you are at higher risk for many dental problems but it is still possible for you to keep your smile bright and healthy. After all, caring for your teeth and gums is just […]

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Written by prositesdentalApr 18 • 3 minute read

Methods To Whiten Your Teeth

Whiter teeth can improve your smile and appearance, so it’s no wonder that teeth whitening is one of the most popular cosmetic dentistry options. Discoloration of teeth can be caused by the build-up of surface stains acquired from using tobacco products and consuming certain foods or drinks. Teeth whitening methods give everyone a chance to […]

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Written by prositesdentalApr 16 • 4 minute read

Habits That Harm Your Teeth

Common Habits That Can Harm Your Teeth We are living in a hectic and busy life, and hence we all tend to fell prey to various bad habits. Most of the time we fail to find the harm behind these habits. Most of the time, these habits initially appear less harmful to our health but […]

Written by prositesdentalMar 7 • 4 minute read

What is Periodontal Disease and How to Prevent it?

Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, is comprised of two separate words: perio which means around and dontal, meaning teeth. Periodontal disease is an infection of the gum that surrounds the teeth. Periodontal disease is a progressive condition that can destroy soft tissue rapidly.The leading cause of gum disease or periodontal disease is poor […]

Written by prositesdentalFeb 27 • 5 minute read

What are Sports Mouth Guards?

Sports guards, mouth guards, and mouth protectors are all devices made to protect your teeth. Sport mouth guards are worn over the teeth to shield them from hits to the face and head. Mouth guards are an essential piece of athletic gear for anybody taking an interest in a sport that includes intense physical contact. […]

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Written by prositesdentalFeb 27 • 2 minute read

What Do Retainers Do?

In the study of orthodontics, part of the efforts to maintain a proper position of the teeth in the jaw is through the support of certain appliances such as a retainer. Retainers can be used to replace missing teeth, keep teeth straight after braces or even improve speech. Types of Retainers In orthodontics, the retainer […]

Written by prositesdentalFeb 27 • 4 minute read

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