How To Treat Your Gum Disease: What You Need To Know

Posted on: 24 November 2014
Gum disease is a painful and uncomfortable condition. Once your dentist or periodontist, like Dr. Corinne R. Scalzitti, diagnoses your gum disease, you may be relieved to finally know what was causing all of your mouth pain and inflammation. However, you may also wonder what to do now. Luckily, there are several treatment options available to you for your gum disease. Conventional and alternative treatments can be used in conjunction to optimize and speed up results so you can get your healthy mouth back.
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How A Family Dentistry Can Improve Your Smile

Posted on: 21 November 2014
If you have teeth that are lacking in luster or are causing you pain, you need to visit a family dentist with a knack for troubleshooting smile defects. There are a number of services that a dentist provides that can help with your situation, including teeth whitening procedures, cleanings, cosmetic dentistry and dentures. These types of services can enhance the way you look and the way you perceive yourself. Teeth Whitening
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Keep The Peace: 3 Tips To Get Your Teen To Wear Invisalign Trays

Posted on: 20 November 2014
Teenagers aren't exactly known for their high levels of responsibility.  If your teen is about to start the Invisalign system of teeth straightening, you're likely concerned about how to keep him or her using the aligners the prescribed 20-22 hours a day.  Although the trays come with blue indicator lines that will let you and your orthodontist know if the teen has been using the system properly, you likely want to know sooner than every six weeks.
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Three Essential Tips For Good Oral Health While Traveling

Posted on: 19 November 2014
It is not easy to maintain your good oral hygiene while on vacation. You have to make a conscious effort if you wish to protect your teeth. Here are three essential tips you should not forget: Dry Your Toothbrush Bacteria thrive in moist places, so a wet toothbrush makes a perfect breeding ground for these pathogens. Keep your toothbrush as dry as possible via any reasonable means such as: Taking it out of the suitcase as soon as you arrive in your accommodation Keeping it out of the travel container whenever possible Standing it upright to allow the water to drip down Airing your toothbrush in the dashboard if you are in a personal car Try Helpful Dental Treats
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