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Can You Bleach a Single Tooth?

Bright white teeth have become an important symbol in today’s society, people often judge us based on how white our smiles are. Bright white smiles have become so important that people spend huge amounts of money on bleaching kits to clean up their smiles. Today people can choose from dozens of different cleaning kits all that promise to give them a perfectly white smile. The only problem is that these products don’t always get the discoloration off all of a person’s teeth.

For some people there is extra discoloration on just one tooth. Bleaching a single tooth can be very difficult and challenging for someone to fix. The vast majority of ...

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The Dentist And Their Specialties

Everyone should try to visit their dentist at least once a year. Without regular dental visits, a person may suffer severe periodontal disease. Attacking either the gum or tooth structures, periodontal disease can be a silent killer. According to the CDC, 8,000 people died because they did not get regular dental visits. Their situation started off very basic; they had cavities, bleeding gums or other issues that could be treated with simple care. However, because their problems progressed into something greater, they suffered diseases that were beyond their control. Fortunately, such scenarios can be prevented with basic knowledge of how dentistry works. By knowing the different types of dentistry, patients ...

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Floss the Teeth You Want to Keep

The most dreaded question a dentist can ask you is, “Have you been flossing?” Many people follow the philosophy that as long as you brush your teeth, there isn’t a need to floss. This is a common misconception! Toothbrushes are designed to clean the outer surfaces and gums. However, toothbrushes cannot clean the area between your teeth properly. The only way to remove tartar build up and left over food particles is to use floss.

Exactly What Is Dental Floss?

Dental floss is a thread or ribbon that is usually made from plastic or nylon that is designed to fit in the spaces between your teeth. As you pull it between your ...

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