Gum recession (also called gingival recession) is a highly common problem among adults in the U.S., and can even occur among teenagers, too. Receding gums is the process of gum tissue pulling away from the tooth leaving sensitive areas such as the roots exposed. It can cause a lot of problems for your dental health […]
A 2010 study shows that approximately 50% of American adults suffer from some form of gum disease. Unfortunately, due to the nuanced symptoms of gum diseases, a good many of this 50% don’t even realize that they’re suffering. Curious as to whether you suffer from gum disease? You’re reading the right article. We’re going to […]
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You’ve just sat down to enjoy a delicious bowl of popcorn. You take a handful and bite down on that buttery goodness… only to hear a menacing CRUNCH. Yes, you’ve just cracked your tooth. Although not life-threatening, this situation is considered a dental emergency. Whether you play sports, or just sat down to enjoy some salty […]
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