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What You Should Know- Dental Concerns

Common dental health concerns tend to be progressive, if left untreated, they may worsen and begin to affect the function and health of your smile. Preventative measures can be taken to help keep your teeth and gums clean and healthy. Dental concerns, when caught early, can often be conservatively treated. If you notice any changes […]...

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Cosmetic Dentistry for Exquisite Smiles

Cosmetic dentistry is more than a beautiful smile at Fuller Dental. Our team of dentists are highly trained in cosmetic dentistry and provide healthy oral foundations for beautiful smiles. Whether you want a subtle touch up of your smile, or a total smile overhaul, our Burlington, NC dentist office provides quality cosmetic dentistry. Our top […]...

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Stop the Brushing Battles

Is getting your child to brush their teeth a (twice) daily struggle? Does it involve excuses, yelling, or lying? We know it can be difficult to get your children, of all ages, to brush and floss twice a day. Brushing and flossing often feel like a chore to children who do not yet fully understand […]...

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Realign Your Bite

Are you embarrassed by your crooked teeth? Crooked teeth are more than a cosmetic dental concern. Did you know that crooked teeth can cause serious dental health concerns? Crooked teeth can lead to dysfunction in the jaw and bite, and can make it difficult to properly clean your teeth. Crooked teeth can be a leading […]...

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Baby Teeth are IMPORTANT

Did you know that baby teeth play a very important part in the overall health of your children? In years past parents looked at baby teeth as a temporary fixture until the child was old enough for their adult teeth to grow in. However, baby teeth play an important role. Primary and permeant teeth are […]...

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5 Ways to Get Cavities

Soda/Juice/Sports Drinks Frequently drinking these will cause cavities.  Many of these drinks have the same acidity as battery acid.  A 12 oz. can of soda contains 12 teaspoons of sugar.  Drink juice only with meals and no more than 6 oz. a day for children under 6 years. Candy, Mints or Sticky Foods Raisins, gummies, […]...

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Did you know that going to the dentist regularly can save you money?

Many people think that going to the dentist is too expensive, so they don’t go at all.  But did you know that you could actually lower your overall health care expenses by visiting your dentist every 6 months to keep your mouth and gums healthy?  Studies show that patients with severe periodontal (gum) disease had […]...

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Do you have bacteria on your toothbrush?

If you leave your toothbrush on your bathroom counter then you could have bacteria collecting on it.  Microscopy Research and Technique found that “if you leave your toothbrush sitting out, it could collect fecal bacteria.  Aerosolized droplets splatter when you flush.” They can go pretty far — up to 20 feet. Yum! To stay clean:  […]...

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Got a Case of Bad Breath? Here are 4 Tips to Sweeten Your Breath…

Practice good dental habits by brushing twice a day with fluoride toothpaste and flossing regularly. Aim to brush for 2-3 minutes. Most people brush too quickly. Brush your tongue. Your tongue can be a hotbed for stinky bacteria. The back of the tongue is the most important part to clean because that’s where most of […]...

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Smile Analysis

Your smile affects your self-image, and can influence the quality of interactions with others.  Many people cover their mouth or hold back from laughing or smiling because they are uncomfortable about their teeth’s appearance.  To get your smile analysis, go to a mirror and smile and ask yourself the following questions: Are any of your teeth […]...

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