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Gapped Teeth

If you suffer from crooked or gapped teeth, you may be very self conscious of it and not smile a lot because of what you believe others may be thinking of you. You will be pleased to know that there are

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Mercury Fillings

Dental amalgam (such as a mercury filling) is a material used to fill cavities caused by tooth decay. It is a sad fact that our modern diets, made up of highly processed, sugar-containing foods is probably

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Crooked Teeth

We have all seen people with crooked teeth, both adults and children; perhaps you have them yourself so you know that it can not only lower self esteem but can also cause serious complications and some

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Cavities (Tooth Decay)

Cavities – OUCH! With a throbbing tooth ache all you can think of is needles and pain and your fear of seeing a dentist. So you want to do everything you can to prevent them before having to face your

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Broken & Chipped Teeth

Broken and chipped teeth can as embarrassing as they are painful. Following is some information on how to tell if you have a broken tooth. These symptoms can range from subtle to serious so don’t ignore

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Bad Breath

Over the years, we are all aware that bad breath has always had an involuntary repulsive effect on other people and we all dread it…but take heart, as this is not a reaction against you but only a natural

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Bruxism (Teeth Grinding)

What is bruxism? Don’t you wish dentists would just say ‘grinding your teeth?’ Then we would know what it is right away and what to look for when we are searching for information on it. During the

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Sleep Disorders

SLEEP APNEA is when a disruption in your breathing occurs during sleep. Mild and moderate sleep apnea can sometimes be fixed with a fixed or adjustable appliance that fits over your teeth at night. SNORING

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Jaw Problems

OVERBITE is when the top front teeth seriously overlap the bottom teeth. An overbite can cause damage to the upper gums and may lead to a problem with the structure of the teeth. Correction can be done

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