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Dental Occlusion - A Quick Overview

Occlusion simply refers to the natural contact between your upper and lower teeth with your mouth closed. In medical terms, it is the relationship between the maxillary (upper) and mandibular (lower) teeth when you bring our jaws together, as occurs when chewing or at rest. When your teeth and jaws are not properly aligned, the condition is referred to as malocclusion, or a “bad bite”. Read More

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Things To Remember When Meeting A...

Once upon a time, people only needed to see a dentist in case of a dental emergency that involved an extraction or filling or some other procedure. Read More

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Which Type Of Dental Insurance Is...

Dental insurance benefits are designed to help offset the costs associated with both routine and unplanned treatment. Read More

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How To Take Care Of Your...

Parents often ask us how soon they should start brushing their young children’s teeth. Good dental care for your infant certainly begins before the teeth start to appear. Read More