Understanding Tooth Sensitivity During Whitening Treatment

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Tooth whitening is a popular cosmetic dentistry procedure that brightens your smile significantly. However, it can sometimes lead to tooth sensitivity, a common side effect experienced by many. This discomfort is usually temporary but can make your teeth more susceptible to hot and cold temperatures. If you’re considering tooth whitening and are concerned about sensitivity,… Read more »

Can Certain Foods Whiten Teeth?

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Getting whiter teeth is one of the most popular things people want for their smiles, and your dentist in Asheboro doesn’t blame them. Whiter teeth are often viewed as more attractive and make you appear healthier and more approachable than dull, discolored teeth. While we all know that there are tons of foods out there… Read more »

Why Crooked Teeth Are Worrisome

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Many people, both children, and adults alike, have crooked teeth. Occasionally, crooked teeth can contribute to poor self-esteem and loss of confidence. But even if crooked teeth don’t bother someone mentally, your dentist in Asheboro may still be worried. The truth is, crooked teeth can lead to some oral health (and overall health) complications, some… Read more »

Professional Veneers vs. DIY Veneers

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Thanks to the internet, we can now buy basically anything we want in just a few clicks and have it delivered right to our front door. Unfortunately, this mindset of buying things online has made its way into the dental world, and patients can purchase anything from teeth whitening kits to at-home orthodontics and DIY… Read more »

“I’ve Lost a Filling, What Do I Do?”

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Dental fillings are super-strong restorations that help fill the space left over after we remove decay. But sometimes things happen that can cause a filling to come loose or totally fall out. Whether it’s from crunching down on a popcorn kernel or grinding your teeth while you sleep, a lost filling may cause worry. The… Read more »