Archive for May, 2016

The Importance of Regular Dental Care

Written by Metro Dental. Posted in Gum disease, On call dentist, Periodontist buffalo ny

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Most people don?t visit their health professionals enough. Additionally, even less people visit their family dentist enough. Many people are more consistent with routine medical visits with their regular care provider, but choose to skip their routine dental visits. The dentist is often associated with pain and fear and people choose to avoid the dentist for these reasons. However, with advancements to dentistry techniques and better practices, the dentist is a much more comfortable place. Oral health is very important to the overall health of a person, and regular visits are necessary in order to prevent the need for an emergency dentist visit.

74% of all adults have had a tooth extracted. A large

3 Dental Hygiene Tips for You and Your Child

Written by Metro Dental. Posted in Braces cleaning, Dental care, Dental scaling

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For a lot of young children, dental hygiene is not a concern. They don’t really have the foresight necessary to think of the importance of their oral health and what their teeth could look like in 10, 15, 20 years. Twenty percent of adolescents between the age of 12 and 19 have untreated decay, and gum disease affects more than three-quarters of the population of the United States. Here are some facts and tips for caring for your child’s (and your) dental hygiene.
First appointment: Within about six months of your child’s first tooth appearing, it’s time to schedule a visit to the dentist. If the first tooth hasn’t appeared by your child’s first birthday, it’s wise to schedule an appoin

The Dentist is For Everybody

Written by Metro Dental. Posted in Cosmetic dentist, Dentist in los angeles ca

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If you have every watched a movie or a television show that takes place before the year 1900 or so, you might not have thought about it. If you watch a movie or a television show after reading this article, you won’t be able to keep yourself from noticing it. What is it? you ask. Look at the characters’ teeth. If they are straight and white, as the actors’ teeth are likely to be, then the filmmakers and television studios are not being accurate. An 1885 version of a quality dental group simply did not exist. These days, good dental care has become more than just a luxury for the few. It is an ingredient in the prescription for good health all around.

So much happens in our mouths. That sounds like an understatement but think about it. We communicate with our mouths in a multitude of ways. S