We’ve all heard about how bad candy is for our teeth. But there are some other dangerous foods that may surprise you. Read our blog post to learn some of the common cavity-causing foods you may want to think about phasing out of your diet.
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Wisdom teeth are the last molars to come in. If you have wisdom teeth, they will most likely need to be removed at some point. Check out our blog post for wisdom teeth symptoms you shouldn’t ignore.
If you’re missing teeth (or even all your teeth), dentures can restore your smile and let you eat your favorite foods again. To ensure your dentures do their job and are kept clean, there is some maintenance required. Check out our blog post for five tips for caring for your dentures.
When you have advanced tooth decay, the infection spreads to the roots of your teeth and causes excruciating pain. The most popular way to clear out the infection and prevent further damage to your teeth is with a root canal. Read our blog post to learn about a root canal, including causes and prevention.
You’ve probably heard that sugar causes cavities and therefore candy contributes to tooth decay. Check out our blog post where we explain what a cavity is, what causes cavities, how to prevent them, and whether candy increases the risk of cavities.