Because it covers two appointments, the procedure for installing a dental crown is a pretty time-consuming procedure. But it is definitely worth it. The crown help alleviates toothache and prevents the tooth from being damaged any further.

 All about dental crowns

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Dental crown or cap restoration is one of our most common operations. In the US, thousands have crowns placed every day to fix all manner of dental issues. However, they are often not very well understood, despite how common the operation is. Some people are frightened by the idea of having a crown restored. There is nothing to worry about! The procedure may …

Why Your Gums Are Important to Your Health

Why Your Gums Are Important to Your Health

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Every dentist will try to tell you to brush your teeth two times a day, but did you know it’s just as essential to brush your gums when brushing your teeth? Gum disease is associated with a variety of serious health conditions in men and women. You can lower your risk of gum disease by taking proper care of your gums. …

What to Expect at a Dental Cleaning

What to Expect at a Dental Cleaning

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It’s easy to understand why most people aren’t fans of teeth cleaning. However, a teeth cleaning is easy and painless for most, and they are essential in keeping your teeth free from bacteria, tartar, and eventual tooth decay. A professional teeth cleaning by the professionals at JC Dentist gets rid of plaque, tarter and stains on the teeth, and lasts for 30 minutes …

Daily Dental Care Tips for Kids

Daily Dental Care Tips for Kids

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Good dental care begins earlier than you think. It’s recommended to begin dental care even before a baby’s first tooth appears. That’s because the baby’s teeth are already growing, even if they aren’t visible yet. In fact, In the second trimester of pregnancy is the time when teeth actually begin to grow. By birth, your child already has 20 primary teeth underneath their gums! …