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There are lots of different issues that can affect our teeth. Many people are unaware that a condition known as periodontal disease is just as much of a threat to your teeth as cavities are. In fact, left untreated, periodontal disease can have disastrous consequences for your smile as a whole and your wider health and wellbeing. ​​​​​​​

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As with all medical conditions, the earlier periodontal disease is detected, the more likely it is to be treated. Spotting it early can prevent damage to your teeth and overall health. Here’s what you need to know about the signs and symptoms of this progressive dental disease.​​​​​​​

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Root canal treatment has a reputation for being an unpleasant and painful process. However, advances in modern dentistry mean that it is rarely any more invasive than any other dental procedure. And the truth is that if you are told that you need root canal treatment, it is because it is the best and perhaps the only option that you have for saving your tooth.​​​​​​​

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If you have a variety of dental problems that are having a negative effect on the function and appearance of your teeth, or if your dentist has spoken to you about the necessity for a number of different treatments to correct the issues that you are facing, you may be a good candidate for a type of dental treatment that is referred to as a full mouth reconstruction.  ​​​​​​​

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If you have recently been considering talking to your dentist about cosmetic dentistry, you might think that you understand the potential upside of cosmetic dentistry. However, people choose cosmetic dentistry practices every day for a myriad of reasons. While you might have one or two benefits in mind, cosmetic dentistry really carries a whole wave of advantages. To help you see more of what cosmetic dentistry can do for you, we’ve compiled a short list of the most common benefits of cosmetic dentistry. ​​​​​​​

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