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3 Tips to Make Mealtimes More Enjoyable With TMD

Dinnertime is a great opportunity to enjoy not only your meal, but also the company of friends and family. But a temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD) can drain the pleasure Read More

Gum Recession Can Rob You of Your Smile and Your Dental Health Too

If it seems like your teeth are getting longer as you get older, it's unlikely they're magically growing. More likely, your gums are shrinking or receding from your teeth. Read More

Experience Again the Smile of Your Youth Through Teeth Whitening

Picture yourself with a beautiful smile…what do you see? Besides straight and uniform teeth framed by the gums, you should also see one other thing indicative of a great Read More

Don't Eat 'Motorized' Corn on the Cob and Other Dental Safety Tips

We're all tempted occasionally to use our teeth in ways that might risk damage. Hopefully, though, you've never considered anything close to what singer, songwriter and now social media Read More

Eating the Right Kind of Carbs Can Help You Avoid Gum Disease

There are great health benefits to eating better, including for your teeth and gums. But to determine your ideal diet, you'll have to come to terms with carbohydrates, the Read More

Are Dental Implants Right For You?

How dental implants from your dentists in Putnam, CT, can give you back your smile. It’s difficult to live without a full smile. Missing teeth can cause you to stop smiling, Read More

Not Getting a Good Night's Sleep? Your Dentist May Be Able to Help

If you live an average lifespan, you'll spend more than 200,000 hours in blissful slumber. It's not a waste, though: You absolutely need this much sleep to maintain optimum Read More

A New Dental Pain Management Approach Reduces the Need for Narcotics

Narcotics have long played an important role in easing severe pain caused by disease, trauma or treatment. Healthcare professionals, including dentists, continue to prescribe them as a matter of Read More

Whether Voting for a Candidate or Wisdom Teeth, You Can Choose Wisely

During election season, you'll often hear celebrities encouraging you to vote. But this year, Kaia Gerber, an up-and-coming model following the career path of her mother Cindy Crawford, made Read More

Don't Avoid Dental Care While You're Pregnant

Learning you're pregnant can change your life in a heartbeat—or now two. Suddenly, what was important to you just seconds before the news takes a back seat to the Read More

Although Rare, This Condition Could Destroy a Tooth

Most dental problems are caused by tooth decay or periodontal (gum) disease, easily preventable with dedicated daily hygiene and regular dental care.  But there are a few other rare Read More

Two Good Options for Temporarily Replacing a Teenager's Missing Tooth

While anyone can lose a permanent tooth, the cause often varies by age group. Adults usually lose their teeth to disease, while those under twenty lose a tooth to Read More

Dakota Johnson and Her Missing Tooth Gap Sparks Online Debate

Celebrities’ controversial actions and opinions frequently spark fiery debates on social media. But actress Dakota Johnson lit a match to online platforms in a seemingly innocent way—through orthodontics. This summer Read More

This Laser Procedure Promises Big Benefits for Gum Disease Treatment

Over the years, dentists have become quite proficient in treating even the most severe periodontal (gum) disease. Many of these positive outcomes are achieved through manual effort using simple Read More

Age Doesn't Have to Stop You From Straightening Your Smile

Cowboys wear Stetsons; ballerinas wear tutus; and teenagers wear…braces. At least that's the popular conception. In actuality, one in five orthodontic patients is an adult, a number that continues to Read More

5 Signs Its Time To Visit the Dentist

You probably don’t come running to your doctor whenever you get the sniffles. In the same vein, you also don’t have to run to your dentist for every single tooth Read More

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