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What causes dental caries

Avoiding your favorite food is a little difficult. We all have our all-time favorite food, which we love enjoying any time of the day. But what if your eating habits become a cause of your dental caries? Tackling caries can be helpful if one is conscious of his/ her smile. However, before tackling, it is essential to...

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The Potential Health Complications of Gum Disease

Gum disease can lead to bad breath and an unsightly mouth. As bad as those are, however, the potential health complications from gum disease are far worse. Two of the most common health issues associated with gum disease are diabetes and heart problems. How could your mouth have anything to do with diabetes and heart...

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Partial Dentures – The Basics

If you have been told you might benefit from partial dentures, you might be wondering what to expect. But what are partials, and what will happen once you get them? Here’s a quick look. What are Partial Dentures? Partial dentures are removable replacement teeth. They are typically connected to a plastic material...

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Getting Ready for Your Child’s First Trip to the Dentist

It can be scary for a child to visit the dentist for the first time. But a little preparation beforehand can go a long way toward making the visit a lot more pleasant for not only the child, but also you and everyone else involved. Here’s some information on things you can do to make the visit go as smooth as...

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Why Smoking is Bad for Your Teeth

Most people automatically associate the word “smoking” with health problems. But they tend to associate this habit with heart and lung problems, or cancer. What you might not realize, however, is that smoking can also be very damaging to your oral health. The problems go much deeper than just stained teeth. A Serious...

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What Does a Prosthodontist Do?

If you haven’t heard of a prosthodontist before, you’re not alone. It’s basically a specialized form of dentistry that involves treating people who have missing or weakened teeth or other issues affecting their oral health. Here’s a brief look at what a prosthodontist does and how to select one. Prosthodontist –...

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What You Need to Know About Sedation Dentistry

If you’re putting off caring for your dental health because you’re nervous about going to the dentist’s office, sedation dentistry might be the answer. This involves the use of a mild sedative to help you relax during whatever type of treatment you might be receiving. Sedation could make all the difference in helping...

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The Basics of Flossing

A lot of us neglect to floss. Not because we’re bad people or don’t care about our dental hygiene, but because it just seems to be too much of a hassle. But it’s really not. Here’s some information on why it’s so important, as well as tips on how you can easily make flossing a part of your daily dental routine. Why...

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3 Warning Signs of Gum Disease

Gum disease is one of the most serious dental problems there is. And it affects tens of millions of people in the U.S. each year. Here are some of the problems associated with gum disease, and three warning signs that you might need to visit Angleton Family Dental. Risk Factors Gum disease affects different people in...

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Tips on Finding a New Dentist

It might seem like a lot of work to find a new dentist, but it’s really not that hard. If you just follow a few common sense steps, the chances are good you’ll find someone you’ll trust with the dental health of you and your family for years to come. Getting Started The first thing to do will be to ask your friends,...

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Need a Root Canal? Here’s What to Expect

So your dentist has told you that you need a root canal and you’re dreading it. You might have heard stories about the procedure, and these stories might have made you apprehensive. Well, the truth is that a root canal is actually a painless type of surgery that will help keep your teeth strong and healthy for years...

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Five Reasons to Love Your Community Dental Care

Community dental care is important to the families that need the best in dental care, but also for the rest of the community in which the dental practice thrives. The practice becomes a part of the community, providing a service to those who need it, providing jobs, and providing a sense of pride. But why should you...

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How Family Dental Care Saves You Money

If you are one of the many families that only arranges dental appointments when it crosses your mind, or perhaps when there is a problem that needs to be addressed, you might want to consider setting up family dental care. With family dental care, you can save money and have a happy, healthier family with the best...

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4 Low Cost Dental Care Procedures That Everyone Should Schedule

Low cost dental care is the best way to take care of your oral health. Prevention is always the best cure, so taking care of your teeth and gums will save you money in the long run. If you want to drive down the costs of your dental bills, visit your dentist often and make the most of each appointment! Low Cost...

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Make Quality Dental Care Part of Your Self Care

Quality dental care is essential in ensuring great oral health. You will visit the dentist far more often than you visit a doctor or hospital. Without frequent dental appointments the health of your teeth and gums can quickly go into decline. Quality Dental Care What is quality dental care all about? There are a...

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