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Why Do We Have Wisdom Teeth?

Why exactly do we have wisdom teeth when they cause so much pain and trouble for many people? According to the Smithsonian Institute, wisdom teeth are the remnants of times past when humans needed a third set of molars for grinding and chewing food....

Why Is Flossing So Important?

According to Dr. Tim Iafolla, a dental health professional at the National Institute of Health, any dentist can take one look in a person's mouth and tell if flossing is part of his or her daily dental hygiene. If you have swollen, red gums...

What Is A Dental Bridge?

Dental bridges are created to fill in gaps that may occur in your smile due to missing teeth. They are made of one or more dental crowns which are attached the back of anchor teeth that are on either side of the gap. The crowns can be made of gold,...

How Often Should I Visit The Dentist?

More than 50 years ago, when many people were enlisting in the military, dentists realized that many of them had poor dental practices. The Dental and Health organizations decided a standard needed to be set for preventative dentistry. They agreed...

Qualities to Look for in a Dentist

Going to the dentist can be a hassle, albeit a necessary one if you want to maintain your teeth, especially if you need to have oral surgery. However, if you do your due diligence, you can ease the troubles of your visits and find a dentist who will...