What Causes Cavities?


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Dental caries, or cavities, begin with a tiny hole in the tooth enamel. As time progresses, the hole becomes larger and more tooth structure becomes decayed. In the worst-case scenario, the decay progresses and attacks the nerve center of the tooth. But what causes cavities to form in the first place?

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Your Teeth and Aging: Keep Your Healthy Smile


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Thanks to improvements in dental care, members of the baby boom generation have a much better chance of keeping their natural teeth than previous generations. Even though, as you age the daily wear and tear on your teeth does take a toll, there is plenty you can do to maintain your healthy smile.

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A Smile Makeover Can Make You Look Younger


 

Does your smile look old? A smile is one of the most important parts of your face – an attractive smile gives a youthful and healthy appearance. But as we age, even the hardiest and healthiest of natural teeth will show signs of wear and tear. 

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Why Do I Get Cavities and How Can I Prevent Them?


A common question for dentists – Why do I have these cavities? Most people have one or two. Cavities are holes that develop on teeth as a result of decay. The truth is that while all of us are at risk, most tooth decay can be prevented. A healthy oral care routine and smart food choices can lower your risk.

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Why Good Oral Hygiene Is Important for Boomers


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Thanks to improvements in dental care, members of the baby boom generation have a much better chance of keeping their natural teeth than previous generations. Even though, as you age the daily wear and tear on your teeth does take a toll, there is plenty you can do to maintain your healthy smile.

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What Is a Sinus Lift and Why Do I Need One?


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Dental implants are an excellent option for replacing missing teeth. They feel and look just like your natural teeth and can last a lifetime. For the implant to be an appropriate choice, you need to have adequate bone to support the implant. In some instances, there is not enough bone height in the upper jaw, or the sinuses are too close to the jaw. A sinus lift is then required for dental implants to be placed. 

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How to Keep Your Healthy Smile With Aging Teeth


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Thanks to improvements in dental care, members of the baby boom generation have a much better chance of keeping their natural teeth than previous generations. Even though, as you age the daily wear and tear on your teeth does take a toll, there is plenty you can do to maintain your healthy smile.

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How to Keep Your Healthy Smile as You Age


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Have you noticed that, as you age, your teeth begin to look old?  With aging, our teeth tend to become darker and the edges of the front teeth wear, creating an older looking smile. Your chronological age doesn’t have to stand between you and a pleasing appearance. Thanks to improvements in dental care, members of the baby boom generation have a much better chance of maintaining their natural teeth than previous generations

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How to Maintain a Healthy Smile As Your Teeth Age


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Thanks to improvements in dental care, members of the baby boom generation have a much better chance of keeping their natural teeth than previous generations. Even though, as you age the daily wear and tear on your teeth does take a toll, there is plenty you can do to maintain your healthy smile.

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Take Years Off Your Smile With Cosmetic Dentistry


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Does your smile look old? A smile is one of the most important parts of your face – an attractive smile gives a youthful and healthy appearance. But as we age, even the hardiest and healthiest of natural teeth will show signs of wear and tear. 

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