Josh Nahourai

What To Do In A Dental Emergency – Advice For Parents

Dental Emergency

Taking Action In A Dental Emergency A child’s early years are a time of learning, playing and new adventures. But as most parents know, childhood can come with its share of mishaps. Knowing what to do in case of a dental emergency, can save a lot of grief for you […]

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Pregnancy and Oral Health – Brushing For Two!

Pregnancy Oral Health

Oral Health Tips To Keep In Mind During Pregnancy Expecting a child is a joyous and exciting time. It’s also a time for expectant mothers to take special care of themselves. While pregnancy brings about many physical changes, it may come as a surprise to learn that pregnancy hormones can […]

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Dealing With Dental Emergencies While On Vacation? – What You Need To Know

Dental Emergency

Responding To Dental Emergencies Dental Emergencies – as vaccinations become more prevalent, travel restrictions are lifted and masks begin to come off, families and individuals are hurriedly making summer vacation plans to celebrate a sense of new found freedom. Whether you’re embarking on a road trip, taking a flight to […]

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Dental Anxiety – Anxious About Your Next Dentist Visit?

Dental Anxiety

How To Deal With Dental Anxiety: If you’re nervous about having to sit through a lecture on the importance of dental health, you can stop worrying. We’re not here to cause you anxiety or point fingers. Trust us, we of all people know that dental health is affected by a […]

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Dental Options For A Chipped Tooth

chipped tooth

Chipped Tooth Treatments If you have a chipped tooth, you’re not alone! In fact, chipped teeth are the most common dental injury today. But don’t let that little-known fact fool you into ignoring a chipped tooth; any type of dental trauma deserves immediate attention. A small chip may not cause […]

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What Is Cementum?


Functions of Cementum Cementum is a hard, calcified layer of tissue that covers the root of the tooth. On its outer side, cementum is attached to the periodontal ligament; on its inner side, the dentin. Along with the periodontal ligament, alveolar bone and gingiva, cementum helps a tooth stay in […]

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The Aging Mouth – What’s Normal, What’s Not

Aging Mouth

Wear and Tear of The Aging mouth The natural process of aging takes its toll on your teeth and mouth just as it does your body. Here are some common oral health changes you can anticipate as you age: Enamel Wear — Chewing, cleaning and the normal aging process means […]

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Adult Braces – Straighten Your Teeth

Adult Braces

Adult Braces For People On The Go If you needed braces as a child but didn’t get them, you can still benefit from an improved smile and better oral health by wearing dental braces in your adult years. However, because traditional braces can take longer the older you are, more […]

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Dental Bone Loss Prevention

Dental Bone Loss

How to Prevent Dental Bone Loss Between eating, playing sports and chewing on anything from pencils to bubblegum, humans tend to put a lot of stress on our teeth. Luckily for us, each one is secured in place by the bones and tissues in our mouths. Specifically, our teeth are […]

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Is It Snoring Or Sleep Apnea?

Sleep apnea

About 80 million people in North America snore, and approximately 12 million Americans have sleep apnea. Sleep apnea V.S. Snoring – So what’s the difference, and why does it matter? Snoring is caused by the vibration of the soft palate and uvula, occurring when the airway becomes obstructed during sleep. […]

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