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Understanding the Truth About 4 Cosmetic Dentistry Myths

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woman with nice smileYou probably understand the importance of having a healthy smile, but ensuring your smile is appealing should also be a priority. A healthy and appealing smile will make a great first impression on others. In addition, a great smile can improve your emotional wellness by increasing your self-esteem.

Thankfully, the various options available in cosmetic dentistry can help improve or enhance your smile. Unfortunately, you may not think these services are options for various reasons. By learning the truth behind these common myths, you will see the benefits of cosmetic dentistry.

3 Reasons to Consider a Power Toothbrush for Your Child

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Kids lose everything, which is why most parents opt for the least expensive dental tools possible. However, not all toothbrushes are created equal, and modern power toothbrushes offer benefits that manual varieties simply can’t match. Here are three reasons to consider upgrading your child’s toothbrush to a power version and why you won’t regret the investment. 

The Good and Bad of Bacterial Balance in Your Mouth

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Hundreds of different bacterial species can live in the human mouth. While you likely don’t have each and every species inhabiting the area around your teeth and tongue, you probably have one to two hundred at a time.

While bacteria are the big bad that can cause cavities and plenty of dental dilemmas, they are also an essential part of the oral environment. Your mouth supports the growth of so many species of outside invaders for a reason.

Before you try to wash away each and every species that’s made its way around your teeth, take a look at what you need to know about the good and bad of oral bacteria.

Tips for Optimal Dental Care During Your Pregnancy

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Pregnant women quickly discover that a plethora of health and wellness considerations must be weighed during this exciting time of life. According to the National Maternal and Child Oral Health Resource Center, your dental health is the responsibility of you, your prenatal doctor, and your dentist. Follow these tips to maintain optimal oral health during your pregnancy.

Don’t Skip Dental Check-Ups During Your Pregnancy

You can still see your dentist while you’re pregnant. Don’t postpone regular cleanings or check-ups. However, tell your dentist about your pregnancy and disclose your due date. Also inform your dentist about any vitamins or medications you may be taking to support your health during the pregnancy. That empowers your dentist to provide the best customized care.

3 Serious Health Conditions Tied to Periodontal Disease

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If you are living with gingivitis, then you might wonder why your dentist seems so concerned over your inflamed gum tissue. Although it might seem unlikely, gum disease can have far-reaching impacts on the human body and could put you at a higher risk for fatal illnesses.

This guide lists three serious health conditions linked to periodontal disease, and why you listen to your dentist if he or she seems concerned about your gums. 

Crest Hill
Family Dental

2410 W Caton Farm Rd, Suite C
Crest Hill, IL 60403
Phone: (815) 439-1111
Fax: (815) 439-9709

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