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Teeth Movement and Treatment

You can’t see them moving around, but teeth do move in your mouth. This process is quite natural. Your teeth move when your age and your jaw gets larger and changes shape. Repetitive stress from eating or teeth grinding can cause your teeth to move. Gum disease is another reason…
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January 19, 2021
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Dental Imaging & Types of X-Rays

Dentists require imaging tests for a number of reasons. They’re used to check the health of your bones and teeth as well as the well-being of any fillings, crowns, or implants. But not all of these imaging tests are the same. What are the most common types of dental x-rays…
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December 22, 2020
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Do Natural Dental Products Work?

One of the latest consumer trends is pursuing "natural" products. There are a number of natural dental products you can find online. The question is do they work and are there any benefits (or risks) of using them? The fact of the matter is that most of these natural dental…
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December 8, 2020
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What Is Bruxism and Can My Dentist Treat It?

Bruxism is the unwanted grinding of teeth. While it seems like a relatively minor problem, it can impact a person’s quality of life considerably. While some people suffer no symptoms related to teeth grinding, others experience considerable tooth pain, jaw pain, and headaches. In this article, we’ll discuss bruxism and…
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November 24, 2020
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Understand the Four Types of Teeth

There are four types of teeth in a human mouth. Those are incisors, canines, premolars, and molars. In this article, we’ll take a look at the different types of teeth and some of the most common problems that afflict different teeth. Incisors The incisors are the front four teeth on…
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November 17, 2020
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Stress and Oral Hygiene

2020 has been a stressful year.COVID-19 is creating serious problems for families who may not have a secure source of income. Interestingly, the pandemic seems to also be causing a rise in dental issues, notably cracked tooth syndrome. Dental Problems from Stress During the COVID-19 quarantine, dentistry is one industry…
Peak Family Dental Care
November 10, 2020
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Oral Piercings and Your Teeth

Piercings in your moth or tongue will have some impact on your oral health. In this article, we’ll describe the possible pitfalls of oral piercings and your oral hygiene. Oral Piercing Impact on Dental Health There’s no real way to avoid it. Tongue piercings do cause problems. In this case,…
Peak Family Dental Care
October 21, 2020

Get answers to questions about dental work during the COVID-19 Pandemic Oral Health During COVID-19