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Dental Care, Teeth Grinding   •   February 9, 2021

TEETH GRINDING (BRUXISM): SYMPTOMS, CAUSES, TREATMENT AND PREVENTION

Teeth Grinding or Bruxism is a state, which makes you grind, gnash or clench your teeth. Unknowingly, you may clench your teeth while you’re awake or grind them while asleep. Though, mild bruxism may not need treatment. When teeth grinding occurs more often, your teeth may damage and oral complications can arise. Who is at […]

Dental Care, Dental Filling   •   January 13, 2021

What Can Be Done When You Have Broken Dental Filling?

Dental fillings are rendered to fill cavities and revive decayed teeth. Fillings are strong enough that they enable your teeth to chew and grind, just like original teeth. However, these fillings can also come loose.  How does a filling get damaged? Tooth decay due to a  poor oral regimen Face trauma  Teeth grinding or clenching […]

Dental Care   •   December 15, 2020

TIPS AND TRICKS TO ENHANCE YOUR CONFIDENCE AND SMILE: YOUR DENTIST’S GUIDE!

Smiling is at the root of happiness.  It has the ability to uplift your mood and of course your confidence. There are several dental procedures your Dentist at Northampton Dental can do to help address any troubles like crooked or chipped teeth if they’re making you embarrassed. But there are also simple ways you can start […]

Dental Care   •   December 11, 2020

Dental Plaque: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Do you know what the plaque on your teeth truly is? Dental plaque is an extremely sticky, colorless or pale yellow deposit of film that keeps on building on your teeth. When saliva, food and fluids merge together, plaque – which consists of bacteria – develops between your teeth and along the gum line that can destroy […]

Blog, Dental Care   •   October 27, 2020

What do the Dentists Think of the New Normal?

Except for the emergency proceedings, dental practices across the country have been closed for business ever since the COVID-19 pandemic started to take hold in the United States of America. Michael Ryan, the WHO Emergencies doctor, warned that the “new Coronavirus may never go away, and the populations have to learn to live with it”. […]