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How to Clean Your Invisalign Trays

close-up of a hand holding an Invisalign tray and cleaning it using a soft bristle toothbrush.

Invisalign is an incredible treatment option for achieving a straighter smile without the hassle of traditional metal braces. The clear plastic trays are custom-made to fit your teeth and are virtually invisible, making them a popular choice among our patients seeking orthodontic treatment.  However, keeping your Invisalign trays clean is essential to maintaining good oral […]

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Can Cavities Heal Themselves?

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Cavities are among the most common dental issues. These tiny bacteria-caused holes can become an uncomfortable nuisance if not taken care of quickly and with the help of an oral care specialist.  A common misconception is that cavities can heal independently, but this is not true. Cavities are a form of tooth decay that permanently […]

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How to Prepare for Nitrous Oxide (Laughing Gas) Dentistry

Do you dread going to the dentist? Dental anxiety or discomfort about dental procedures is a common fear of visiting the dentist.  It can range from mild nervousness to whole-body tension. And can make it difficult or even impossible to receive necessary dental care, such as dental procedures like crowns and bridges or restorative dentistry.  […]

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Thumb Sucking Long Term Effects

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The long term effects of thumb sucking

As parents we tend to have millions of concerns when it comes to our kids. Thumb sucking is a normal and soothing habit for babies and toddlers. While most children grow out of this habit during their toddler years, some other tend to still hold on to this habit quite longer. Parents sometimes wonder if will continue or when is the appropriate time to seek for help. […]

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5 Signs That You Need A Tooth Filling

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Several things can cause tooth decay, such as poor oral hygiene or excessive sugary foods. Unfortunately, if left unchecked or treated, this decay will eventually result in the need for a tooth filling in the cavity it causes. When it comes to cavities, the best-case scenario is that it’s caught during a routine tooth examination […]

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