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Mandibular Tori: Causes, Symptoms, and How to Treat It

Published on: - By: Shanti Mariana Tapia Ortega

Did you know there’s an oral disease that affects between 5% and 7% of the U.S. adult population? This condition is called Mandibular Tori, which causes pain and discomfort, and some of its symptoms are almost unnoticeable. Are you or a loved one suffering from it? Let’s read about it.

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The 21 Most Useful Tips to Save on Dental Care

Published on: - By: Braulio Valenzuela

Being in need of dental care can be a hard experience for someone who can't afford it. Many times, the procedures needed to repair a set of teeth can be expensive, but not getting them can be painful and unaesthetic. As a dental group that has more than 30 years of experience, we are conscious of this, and that's why we've compiled 21 tips that can help you to save on dental care. We hope you find them useful and send us your feedback in case you have any doubt.

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How to Recover Your Smile with the All-on-4 Treatment

Published on: - By: Carlos Brian Hernandez

Your smile is one of your most beautiful features; unfortunately as we get older, more and more maintenance is needed. An unfortunate fact is that it is estimated that more than 10% of people who are older than 50 have no remaining teeth. There several factors that lead to tooth loss, but also there are several dental solution that can help you recover your smile and there’s a particular treatment that will interest.

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4 Reasons to Visit the Dentist

Published on: - By: Shanti Mariana Tapia Ortega

Your smile will always be one of the best features. Have you taken care of it lately? A lot of people don't give themselves the time to visit the dentist, but the truth is there is always a reason to do it. Dental health is more important that you might think, and it's not only about having a perfect smile. That's why we'd like to share with you the four top reasons why you should visit a dentist. 

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How Restorative Dentistry can give you a new smile?

Published on: - By: Shanti Mariana Tapia Ortega

Isn't the smile a curve that sets everything straight? How is yours lately? Here in Sani Dental Group we know that sometimes is not easy to have the smile that we'd like to and that some adjustments might be needed. There's a lot of dental work that can be done to give you the smile you've always wanted.

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What to Do About a "Gummy" Smile

Published on: - By: Braulio Valenzuela

Your smile says a lot about you. That's why people seek for cosmetic dental treatments; because they want to have an appealing smile. Yet, many people are not aware that several conditions they believe incorrigible have a solution. One of those conditions (and one of the most common) is the gummy smile. Fortunately, there are different options to treat this condition for anyone who feel uncomfortable with the appearance of their teeth. Here we share with you what you can do about a gummy smile.

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Your Best Option to Get Affordable Dental Care

Published on: - By: Braulio Valenzuela

For many people, thinking about dental care equals thinking about spending a lot of money. In many cases, these people can even avoid getting dental work because they don't have money enough to afford it. This is a serious subject because not treated dental diseases can lead to affectations on your overall health. If you want to have a healthy body, is indispensable that you have a healthy dental care, and money shouldn't be an impediment for that. To help you with this, here we share with you the best option you have to get affordable dental care.

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How to Save on Dental Work

Published on: - By: Braulio Valenzuela

Everyone is always looking for spending the less possible, but that doesn't mean compromising quality. When looking for dental work, you need to be sure that you're receiving high-quality treatments that don't put your dental health in danger. Yet, there are a few tips that can help you to save a lot. To have the smile you deserve at an affordable price, here we share with you everything you need to know about how to save on dental work.

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How to Prevent Cavities

Published on: - By: Braulio Valenzuela

When we talk about cavities we refer to the holes in your teeth that result from tooth decay. If you don't treat tooth decay, it may lead to the weakening and destruction of the enamel of your teeth, forming a cavity. The main problem with cavities is that they are a permanent damage, so the only way to fix it is getting dental work done. You can prevent this by following a few basic dental health habits, that's why here we share with you everything you need to know about how to prevent cavities.

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How to Floss Correctly

Published on: - By: Braulio Valenzuela

You've heard and read a lot of times that you need to floss to have a good dental hygiene. That is true, but what you don't hear often enough is how to floss correctly. Proper flossing can help you to remove plaque and food particles that can lead to several problems. If you don't floss the right way, plaque buildup can cause tooth decay and gum disease, so you need to start flossing correctly right away. Here we share with you what you need to know about how to floss.

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Dental Injuries in Sports

Published on: - By: Carlos Brian Hernandez

Baseball holds a very special place in the heart of many Americans. Why? Because this game is for the average Joe, unlike football and basketball, where you need have to meet certain weight and height requirements, baseball can be played well by people of average height and weight. This has made baseball America “national pastime”.

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How to prevent Dental Diseases after a Medical Procedure

Published on: - By: Carlos Brian Hernandez

If you recently had a medical procedure done and you wish to know how to prevent dental diseases, we invite you to continue reading. After a medical procedure, your body is fragile and more prone to diseases and infections. Now, all these can be prevented. Through this post, we will share with you information that will help you prevent dental diseases after a medical procedure.

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Inexpensive Ways to Whiten Your Smile

Published on: - By: Braulio Valenzuela

Everybody wants a whiter smile. Even if you have an already white smile, it's probably that you want it to shine more. The problem comes when you don't have enough money to pay a whitening treatment to your dentist. Many of these treatments are expensive and this can make people unable to achieve their goal of a whiter smile. Well, it doesn't have to be this way, there are inexpensive ways to whiten your smile, and here we'll share with you 4 of the most effective.  

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Fruits: How They Can Help You to Protect Your Teeth

Published on: - By: Braulio Valenzuela

Did you know that eating fruits daily can save you a lot of dental procedures? It's true, there are fruits that can help you to protect your teeth, but there are also others that can be not so helpful. The key to have a beautiful smile is knowledge and prevention, so by knowing what is good for you and what is not, you can keep your teeth shining. That's why we share with you everything you need to know about fruits and how they can help you to protect your smile.

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4 Most Common Dental Problems and How to Avoid Them

Published on: - By: Braulio Valenzuela

To have a beautiful smile, prevention is essential. Even when you think that your dental health is fine, if you don't have the necessary care, sooner or later a problem will appear. Anyway, many of the problems that people have regarding their teeth can be avoided. With the right oral hygiene and good dental habits, you can prevent dental problems and have a smile that lasts. Here we share with you 4 of the most common dental problems and what you need to know to prevent them.

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5 Tips for a Dry Mouth

Published on: - By: Braulio Valenzuela

Having a dry mouth isn't comfortable to anyone. When you suffer this condition, your mouth feels parched and devoid of all moisture. This is a really annoying condition, indeed, but the worst part is that a dry mouth can make difficult for you important habits, such as swallowing, tasting, and chewing. A dry mouth can also be harmful to your dental health because it promotes bacteria buildup and plaque formation. You deserve the best smile, and that's why we share with you 5 tips that can help you if you suffer from a dry mouth.

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Plaque: Where does it Affect?

Published on: - By: Carlos Brian Hernandez

Dental Plaque is the sticky bacteria that builds up in our mouth when we have poor dental hygiene habits. When build-up is severe, it can cause gums to inflame and lead to other complications, for example bleeding gums, tooth decay, and eventually tooth loss.  However, did you know that dental plaque can affect other areas, beside our mouth? Through this post, Sani will share with you 3 areas that dental plaque affects. 

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3 Bad Habits that Are Affecting Your Teeth

Published on: - By: Braulio Valenzuela

What if we tell you that you're hurting your teeth just because of your daily routine? It's something difficult to hear, but it's entirely true. There are certain habits that almost everybody does every day without considering the damage caused to your teeth. With time, these habits that seem harmless can end up having serious consequences for your dental health. Well, it doesn't have to be that way, today we share with you 3 bad habits that are affecting your teeth and how to prevent them.

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3 Great Homemade Ways to Clean your Dentures

Published on: - By: Shanti Mariana Tapia Ortega

One of the main reasons dentures are one of the most popular replacements for teeth is because of their easy care and natural appearance. Like teeth, dentures also need daily cleaning and maintenance, and that’s why people usually use a denture cleaner. The purpose of this element is not only to keep them free from stains and looking their best, but also to control the growth of micro-organisms on the dentures, and it must be used only when dentures are out of the mouth.

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Best Soft Foods to Eat After Dental Work

Published on: - By: Braulio Valenzuela

One of the hardest parts of getting dental work is not being able to eat what you want on the days after the procedure. Sometimes it's frustrating when your dentist tells you that you have to only eat soft foods. You may imagine that he/she refers to milkshakes and jelly, but it doesn't have to be that way. There are delicious foods you can eat without compromising your dental treatment. Today we share with you some of the best soft foods to eat after dental work.

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