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Tooth Replacement Options

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Palm Beach Gardens and Jupiter, Florida Having missing teeth can have greater consequences than just affecting the looks of your smile. Living with missing teeth affects your ability to eat well, hinders speech, and affects your health. Over time, those lost teeth create additional stress on your bite, which can cause alignment issues that cause jaw joint pain. Missing teeth …







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Do I Really Need Wisdom Teeth Removed

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Palm Beach Gardens and Jupiter, Florida Wisdom teeth begin just like any other set of teeth in your mouth. As these “third molars” emerge at the back of your mouth, however, they can cause an assortment of issues that can affect your oral health. Wisdom teeth take longer to erupt; typically they do so when a person is between the …







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Is Your Morning Cup of Joe Ruining Your Teeth?

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Palm Beach Gardens and Jupiter, Florida Many Americans enjoy a cup or two of coffee every day. You may even need another cup to get you through that afternoon lull. Either way, did you know that consuming this energizing beverage can be harsh on your teeth? Why is coffee bad for my teeth? Coffee naturally contains tannic acid, which is …







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How to Hold Dentures in Better

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Palm Beach Gardens and Jupiter, Florida When you have lost all your teeth, you are faced with the options of tooth replacement to restore the appearance and function of your bite, and beauty of your smile. Traditional dentures, a waste of money? Although traditional dentures can be an easy fix to replace missing teeth, patients often complain about the fit …







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The Ultimate Toothache, Why Ruin Your Day

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Palm Beach Gardens and Jupiter, Florida It never fails, toothaches seem to happen usually when the dentist office is closed. Dental emergencies are common, landing many folks in the emergency room seeking treatment. Often, these dental emergencies are a direct result of skipping routine cleanings and exams, but certainly not always. Toothaches are often described as pain that is sharp …







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Sinsational Smile

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Palm Beach Gardens and Jupiter, Florida You deserve a beautiful, whiter smile. At PGA Smiles, we offer Sinsational Smile whitening treatment, which provides patients with outstanding results in under 20 minutes. Not only does our whitening method enhance your smile but it helps restore your confidence. The Sinsational Smile whitening process For best results, we recommend you receive a dental …







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Early Detection Of Oral Cancer May Save Your Life

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Palm Beach Gardens and Jupiter, Florida Oral cancer screenings should be part of your regular dental checkup. The reason is that early detection of oral cancer can help save your life. Oral cancer affects thousands of people every year. Both age and lifestyle increase one’s risk of developing oral cancer. If you use tobacco, drink alcohol in excess, have a …







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Can My Teeth Cause Me To Die

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Palm Beach Gardens and Jupiter, Florida The potential effects of an infected tooth can go far beyond your mouth. In fact, an infected tooth can end your life. Any infection in the mouth can travel to other parts of the body, including vital organs like the heart, lung, kidneys, and brain. An infected tooth can also hinder medical procedures such …







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How Breastfeeding Helps Prevent A Bad Bite Later In Life

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Palm Beach Gardens and Jupiter, Florida Malocclusion, commonly known as an uneven or “bad” bite, affects millions of Americans causing problems such as jaw joint disorders (TMD), headaches/migraines, painful chewing or biting, crooked teeth, sleep breathing disorders, and more. A recent study in Australia demonstrates how breastfeeding affects one’s long-term health, including dental development, the risk of developing oral diseases, …