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  • What is a Mouthguard

    A mouthguard is a flexible appliance that is worn in athletic and recreational activities to protect teeth from trauma. The dental profession unanimously supports the use of mouthguards in a variety of sports activities. Why should I wear a mouthguard? A mouthguard can prevent serious injuries such as broken teeth, jaw fractures, cerebral hemorrhage and

  • Dental Sealants Prevent Decay

    The application of systemic or topical fluoride since the early 1970’s has lowered the incidence of tooth decay on the smooth surfaces of the teeth. However, about 90% of the decay found in children’s teeth occurs in tooth surfaces with pits and fissures. To solve this problem, dental sealants were developed to act as a

  • How to Pick a Toothbrush

    Picking a toothbrush sounds easy, right? But if you’ve ever walked down the toothbrush ai sle of your local drug store, you know how easy it is to get confused by all the choices. Some toothbrushes promise fresh breath, deep cleaning and even teeth whitening. Others are specially designed for orthodontics or dentures. W hile

  • Wisdom Teeth and Teens: What Every Parent Should Know

    Like dental braces, the removal of wisdom teeth is one of the dental “rites of passage” for teens. Wisdom teeth — or third molars — are our final set of molars and usually start to emerge between the ages of 16 and 25. They are known as “wisdom” teeth in most cultures because of their late