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Have you ever wondered why your breath sometimes smells? You’re not alone. Between the things we eat, improper oral care, or even just waking up from a long rest, bad breath happens to everyone. The source of many people’s bad breath, called halitosis, is anaerobic bacteria. These bacteria hate oxygen and like burrow deep into the surfaces of your mouth, feeding on the food particles that are...

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Soda is everywhere. It's in every vending machine, restaurant and grocery store. You've likely heard that drinking pop isn't good for your teeth, but nearly everyone drinks it. Can it really be that bad? Spoiler alert: in the battle between your teeth and soda, soda always wins. A can of pop is delicious, but it also can have horrible...

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Do you or your children have fears of visiting the dentist? Many suffer dental anxiety. However, check-ups are vital in preventing tooth decay and cavities. The good news is that you’re not alone. Many people are nervous about their dental trips – even those who’ve only had good experiences! Newmarket Dentist has put together a list of tips to help ease your fears for your next visit to the...

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If you’ve been considering getting a whiter and brighter smile this summer, you may be considering getting your teeth professionally whitened at your local dentist clinic. But, is it safe? Many people have concerns about the safety and repercussions of teeth whitening. Teeth whitening has been around for years, and therefore many of the methods are proven to be safe for most patients. There are...

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Many people believe that cosmetic dentistry is only for the wealthy. In reality, there are a variety of cosmetic dental procedures that can be performed that can achieve anything from a whiter smile to a completely new set of teeth. We are here to assure you not to hesitate to seek cosmetic treatment. Cosmetic dental procedures have never been more cost effective, and patients are able to achieve...

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A dental implant is one of the most commonly used forms of the dental prosthesis to replace missing teeth. Not only are they the most aesthetically pleasing among all tooth replacements, but they also are the easiest to maintain and care for. Even though they are widely used, there are both positive and negative points to consider when a dental implant is suggested as part of an oral treatment pla...

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Your teeth are protected with a solid coat of enamel, which is very essential to the protection of teeth from rot and pain. The enamel is very delicate despite the fact that it is the hardest substance of the body. It’s a semi clear, hard outer-coating that guards your teeth from daily usage. Unfortunately, the more your enamel wears away, the higher the chance that your teeth will be prone to c...

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At a particular point in your lifetime, the probability of chipping a tooth is high. Consistent wear in a specific spot can make the enamel weak until it eventually breaks off. Biting down on hard food, or getting caught in an accident may also chip and break the teeth. Irrespective of the cause, Newmarket Dentist offers a couple of options that are suitable for repairing chipped...

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When your baby remains sleepless at night and irritable during the day, you should understand that his/her teething process has started. Here is some information you should know to keep your baby calm and comfortable during teething. When Does Teething Start in Babies? For most babies, the first sprout of a tooth can be seen when they are 4 to 7 months old. Early developers get their fi...

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If you have ever been to a dentist (and who hasn’t), you have probably had dental x-rays. In fact, it is usually one of the first things the dentist does when seeing you. After all, dentists can examine your teeth to see the outside but this does not help them to know what is going on inside. The dentist needs to be able to see if there are any abnormalities or diseases underneath your teeth and...

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