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Enhancing Your Smile With Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry is a branch of dentistry that focuses on improving the appearance of teeth, gums, and bites. It can be used to correct a wide range of dental problems. At Kingston Dental, we encourage all our patients to take care of their teeth so that they have a healthy and attractive smile.

The Link Between Oral Health and Overall Wellness

If bacteria from your mouth is unchecked, it can travel via your bloodstream throughout your body, causing a myriad of serious health problems. By paying attention to your oral health, you can identify potential problems early on and seek immediate treatment to prevent them from becoming more serious. You can also use your oral health as a way to monitor your overall health and wellness.

How to Deal With Dental Anxiety

At Kingston Dental, we understand that visiting the dentist can make you feel anxious and fearful. We know that it’s not fun. But we also know that the entire team of dentists, dental hygienists, and dental assistants at our practice do their very best to make sure that your visit is pain free and comfortable.

Common Dental Myths Debunked

When it comes to uncovering the truth about a bright, healthy smile and good dental health, fact and fiction are often miles apart. So, let’s look at ten dental myths and give you the hard facts about how to keep your teeth and gums in the best of health.

The Importance of Pediatric Dentistry

At Kingston Dental, we want our patients, adults, teens, and children, to have a healthy dental life. That means that parents not only need to understand how to properly take care of their own dental health, but they also need to recognize that their children’s teeth need dental care too.

Dental Health for Seniors

Maintaining your bright, healthy smile as you age is just as important as sustaining your physical and mental health. Healthy teeth and gums not only keep your smile beautiful, but they also make you look younger and more vibrant, boost your confidence and self-esteem, and can even support and improve your overall health.Oral health is even more important once you’ve reached your senior years.

Nutrition and Your Teeth

Just like a healthy body, healthy teeth depend on good nutrition. Thoughtful and considered food choices, along with healthy eating habits are one of the most important ways you can prevent tooth decay and gingival or periodontal diseases. A balanced diet with adequate nutrients, vitamins, and minerals is essential for a healthy mouth.

Understanding Dental Implants

Losing a tooth can be a challenging and uncomfortable experience. It can impact your self-confidence, oral health, and even your ability to eat comfortably. Thankfully, dental implants now offer a revolutionary solution for missing teeth by replacing them with a natural-looking and high functioning alternative.This blog can give you all the basic details you need to know about tooth implants.

What You Need to Know About Your Silver Fillings

By Ronald K. Greif, D.D.S., Originally printed in St. Louis Women’s Journal When an individual goes to the dentist and a problem is discovered during the exam,three questions always arise. These questions being: How much will it cost me? Will it hurt? And, how quick can you fix me so I can get the checkout…

Wisdom Teeth

The last adult teeth to appear are the wisdom, teeth, four teeth at the corners of your mouth, which often appear around the age of 20. These teeth often come in badly aligned. These can then crowd or damage adjacent teeth, even damage the jawbone or nerves. They may never actually appear above the gum…