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What Can I Eat After Having a Tooth Extracted?

In Oral Surgery February 16, 2022

“Will I be able to eat after the procedure?” This is one of the most common questions patients have about tooth extractions. Like many restorative dental treatments, extractions may leave you with some oral discomfort and will require a brief recovery period before you can return to your normal routine. However, there are many foods …

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Answering the Most Common Questions About Veneers

In Cosmetic February 9, 2022

If your teeth have severe staining or discoloration that can’t be corrected with whitening treatments, you might have wondered about the possibility of dental veneers. Dental veneers can correct a wide range of cosmetic dental issues and are an increasingly popular option for people looking to whiten, straighten, or otherwise enhance their smiles. That’s why …

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How to Reduce Sugar Cravings for Better Oral Health

In Homecare February 2, 2022

Your mouth contains both good and bad bacteria. When you eat a lot of sugary foods, harmful bacteria produce acids that remove some of the minerals from your tooth enamel. Although your saliva consistently restores the mineral content of your enamel, the process becomes harder if you consume more sugar. Over time, your enamel will …

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