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Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Dental Bridges

If you have one or more missing teeth, dental bridges may be the right solution for you. A bridge consists of two or more crowns and can be made from alloys, gold, or porcelain. Bridges can improve the appearance of your smile, make it easier to speak and eat and prevent your existing teeth from shifting out of place. If you take good care of your bridges, they can last more than 10 years. Read More 

3 Natural Treatments For A Burned Tongue

When you burn your tongue, you may be less apt to brush and floss your teeth properly, for fear of further irritation from your toothpaste. Tongue irritants can also lead to soft tissue pain, including the soft tissues of your gums and lining of your cheeks. While time is the best healer for tongue burns, certain natural treatments can soothe irritated soft tissues inside your mouth. Here are three natural treatments for a burned tongue. Read More 

Four Things You Can Do To Make Sure That Your Teeth Whitening Does Not Compromise Your Dental Health

If you are unhappy with the appearance of your smile, one thing you can do to make your smile whiter and brighter is to invest in teeth whitening. However, it is important to make sure that your teeth whitening method does not compromise the health of your teeth. Here are a few things you should do to ensure your teeth whitening procedure does not cause the health of your teeth to deteriorate. Read More 

FAQs About Dental Sealants

If you have learned how dental sealants can help you to avoid cavities by offering you an added barrier in areas known for collecting plaque, then you more than likely have a lot of questions. This article can give you answers to some of the questions you may find yourself having about sealant. Are you a good candidate for sealants? No matter what age you are and what condition your teeth are already in, the chances are good that if you went to a dentist like those at Pacific Ave Dental/Allan L. Read More 

Got A Cold? Don’t Let It Affect Your Tooth Health

Since there's still no cure for the common cold there's not much you can do other than treat the symptoms and wait it out. It's not fun, but at least it's temporary. However, the last thing you want is to recover from your cold only to find yourself stuck in the dentist's chair having a cavity filled. Unlike a cold, tooth decay doesn't go away on its own, and while you might not think of the two as being related, sometimes they are. Read More