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Invisalign for Adults: What You Need to Know!

Dental issues like crowding, gaps, uneven or crooked teeth affect people of all ages, and yet we only ascribe dental correction procedures to pre-teens and teenagers. Bulky, painful braces conjure mental images of awkward teens trying to navigate high school social politics. But there’s no age limit on correcting dental issues, especially those that affect…
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How to Find & Use Safe Dental Floss

When you go in for your 6-month teeth cleaning, your hygienist is always reminding you about the importance of flossing your teeth, right? And it is very important, but as with any product you use, you need to make sure the type of floss you are using isn’t made of some questionable ingredients that have...…
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5 Effective Ways to Improve Oral Health

A lot of the time we take our teeth and our oral health for granted until we start to have problems like bad breath, tooth pain and loose teeth. Then we realize how our smile is the first thing people see when they talk to us, and how simple things like eating and talking can...…
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The Essential Guide to DIY Toothpaste

While toothpaste has been around for centuries, in recent years there has been a growing concern over whether store bought toothpaste is really healthy to use. Concern over the harsh chemicals that can sometimes be found in toothpaste and mixed views on the safety of fluoride toothpaste has led to many people to make DIY...…
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5 Reasons to Visit the Dentist Before Your Kids Head Back...

With a new school year on the horizon, relaxing summer days will soon give way to hectic fall schedules. As students turn their attention to classes, homework and extracurricular activities, parents and families often have less free time to deal with life’s little emergencies. That’s why it’s best to take care of important dental issues…
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4 Things That Should be on Your Back to School Oral...

With the school year looming on the horizon, parents are busy preparing their children for productive and rewarding experiences. Even if your children have the right wardrobe, sports equipment and school supplies, there’s still one more important thing to consider: their oral health. When left untreated, tooth decay can lead to problems with speaking, eating,…
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New LightWalker Laser Technology Now Available at dhealth Dentistry

dhealth Dentistry is proud to announce the addition of our new LightWalker laser dentistry machine to our Camberwell clinic. This incredible new technology is the best available in modern laser dentistry. These lasers have been designed specifically for dental perfectionists like Dr Anna and the team at dhealth who seek to provide quick and easy…
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10 Foods That Are Bad For Your Teeth

You know how important it is to brush your teeth every day and floss every day, but did you know that the types of food and drink in your diet can also cause problems in your oral health? Here are 10 foods that are bad for your teeth. 1. Hard Candies A small piece of...…
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Searching For Invisalign Center City Philadelphia?

If a straighter, healthier smile has been on your wish list for a while, but are unsure of where to start, consider Invisalign Center City Philadelphia for your orthodontic treatment. The Invisalign advanced technology means a more comfortable and more effective treatment process and its reasonable prices means a beautiful smile is definitely in your...…
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The History of Orthodontics

Ancient Greece and Rome The history of orthodontics starts back in ancient Greece and Rome. Aristotle and Hippocrates had knocked around ideas for straightening teeth even as far back as 400 and 300 BC and archaeologists have proof that the Etruscans used appliances to maintain spaces and prevent collapses of teeth because they buried their dead wearing them. Also...…