Make a Routine with Four Minutes a Day

Good dental care is routine dental care. Create a routine that covers all your bases, and stick with it! The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends that in addition to regular dental cleanings and flossing every day, you should brush twice a day for two minutes each session for a total of four minutes of brushing each day. Four minutes might not seem like very long, but we challenge you to ...

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Dental Bonding: Cosmetic Dentistry For Everyone

Have you ever thought about cosmetic dentistry and then convinced yourself that you didn’t have the money, time, or courage to undergo dental work just to improve your looks? If that’s you, maybe you didn’t look into all cosmetic dentistry avenues. Dental bonding is one of the simplest, fastest, and cost-effective cosmetic solutions available, yet it can correct a wide variety of small ...

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Root Canals Aren’t What They Seem

If ever there was a dental procedure that got a bad rap, it’s the root canal! It has made it’s way into every sort of movie as a terrible experience, and most people would probably be really upset if they were told they had to have one done! However, the root canal is an imperative procedure for patients who would otherwise lose their natural tooth! Before you run screaming to the hills, ...

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Three Reasons to Love Dental Implants

Not all dental restorations are created equally. If you are thinking about (or needing to) replace a missing tooth, think very seriously about a dental implant. The implant is the most natural restoration solution because it not only replaces the crown of the tooth, but the actual root! It is so natural-feeling that you might lose track of which tooth is the implant! Here are three more reasons ...

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The Dental Veneer Difference

Cosmetic dentistry doesn’t have to be outrageously complicated, like you might think. You can correct pretty serious cosmetic issues with the simplicity of dental veneers. At Marineland Dental, we actually offer two types of veneers: composite and porcelain. Both sets of veneers will enable us to give you a fantastic cover for the issues going on in your mouth, and you will feel completely ...

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Avoid Dry Mouth Symptoms with 5 Tips

The health of your mouth is based largely on your ability to control the bacteria in your mouth. Luckily, you body has a safe net for bacteria control: saliva. Saliva washes over your teeth throughout the day to remove food particles and bacteria that might be lurking around. If your mouth does not produce enough saliva, you are much more likely to develop tooth decay and infection. That’s why ...

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Runners May Be Destroying Their Teeth, According to New Study

Can endurance sports ruin your teeth? According to research published in The Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports, the answer is yes. Scientists studied marathon runners and triathletes and discovered that they all have one thing in common: their teeth and dental health was, across the board, pretty bad. How and why does this happen? What Does Running Have To Do With ...

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Rest Easy While We Work Efficiently

Coming to the dental office is enough to make even the coolest and calmest people a little bit nervous. We’ve seen so many movies and television shows that portray the dental office as a very scary place to be, and we combine those with any and all negative things that have happened to us while we were at the dentist. We create a monstrosity in our heads that just doesn’t exist in most dental ...

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Three Stages of the Gum Disease Battle

Defeating gum disease takes time and effort. There are a few things that we can do here in the office, but the battle against gum disease begins at home. We’ve broken down the progress of gum disease into three parts with the three things you can do to defeat gum disease. Considering the fact that about 80% of Americans will experience gum disease at some point, this is very important ...

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No More Ill-Fitting Dentures! Get Dentures with Implants!

Dentures are a fantastic invention when you consider what people used to use for dentures! In the past, people would fill arches with the teeth of animals or other humans. They would then wear those teeth whenever they were eating so as to chew food. This is nothing like the advanced dentures we have today. Even with the way dentures have gone, there is still a lot of room for improvement, which ...

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