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Some Hygiene Tips For Kids With Braces

15 Feb 2017 Posted by Alabama Family Dentistry in Dental Care for Children

Children and teenagers who are fitted with braces still need to have their regular, preventative dental care check-ups. Aside from their four-month cleaning and oral exams, it’s especially important that kids with braces also have good oral hygiene habits to keep cavities from developing and…

Chewing Tobacco, Snuff – Risky Habits!

31 Jan 2017 Posted by Alabama Family Dentistry in Dental Tips

Smokeless tobacco may seem a simple way to get a nicotine fix while remaining a non-smoker, but chewing tobacco and snuff use come with their own health costs. Learn more about the health effects of smokeless tobacco before deciding whether these habits are worth the risk. The…

New Year! New Teeth!

16 Jan 2017 Posted by Alabama Family Dentistry in Cosmetic Dentistry, Dental Tips

Make a New Year’s resolution to achieve the beautiful smile you’ve always wanted. This can be the year that you have your teeth repaired, restored, or brightened to enhance your appearance. Fix Chipped or Broken Teeth Bonding: Perhaps part of your tooth’s enamel has chipped…

Causes of Tooth Erosion

30 Dec 2016 Posted by Alabama Family Dentistry in Dental Tips, Dentistry Conditions

The enamel on your teeth is a tough substance that coats and protects each tooth’s underlying dentin. Tooth erosion can occur when the enamel begins to wear away due to a number of possible causes. Once enamel has deteriorated enough, the dentin becomes vulnerable to increased tooth…

How To Prevent Damaging Your Crowns

15 Nov 2016 Posted by Alabama Family Dentistry in Dental Tips

Dental crowns, also referred to as caps, protect and restore the appearance of damaged teeth. While intended to be durable, crowns themselves can also become damaged if not properly cared for. A look at some of the most common causes of damage will help illuminate the…

My Tooth Needs A Crown, Now What?

30 Sep 2016 Posted by Alabama Family Dentistry in General Dentistry

More than simply functional, dental crowns can also enhance the appearance of the teeth they protect. Dental crowns, also referred to as caps, help restore both the appearance and the function of teeth that have suffered serve damage or decay. Made from a variety of materials, crowns can…