Oyster Orthodontics Blog

5 Tooth Fairy Ideas for Parents

5 Tooth Fairy Ideas for Parents Losing teeth is an exciting time in any young child’s life. Not only does this mean they are growing up, but it also means they are due for a visit from the Tooth Fairy! There are so many creative things that go beyond just putting money under a pillow that can create wonderful memories that will last your child a lifetime. Keep reading for some ways from Dr. James

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Dental Implants – What Are They?

Dental Implants – What Are They? Dental implants are metal posts or frames that are surgically positioned into the jawbone beneath your gums. Once in place, they allow your dentist to mount replacement teeth onto them. Dental implants require a consultation and treatment that is performed by a qualified dental professional. They can help you determine if this is the right course of action for your teeth goals. Keep reading to learn more about dental

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How to Make Flossing Simpler!

How to Make Flossing Simpler! Flossing often gets skipped after brushing one’s teeth because it is viewed as a nuisance and an unnecessary extra step. In fact, flossing is just as essential to your oral health as brushing. Flossing helps to eliminate the accumulation of harmful bacteria and plaque, which is a result of food particles that get trapped between the teeth and under the gum line. These are places that the toothbrush can’t always

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10 Chipped or Cracked Tooth Treatments

Chipping or cracking a tooth is a terrifying thing to think about. However, if you can be prepared, it might not turn out to be the nightmare you expected. Read on for our best solutions on how to handle a chipped or cracked tooth and avoid dental distress from [insert doctor name here] at [insert office name here].
First, you need to identify if you have a cracked or chipped tooth. While it’s pretty

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Taking Care of Your Teeth at Home

Taking Care of Your Teeth at Home Taking care of your teeth is an essential part of maintaining your health and wellness. While you should visit your dentist at least twice a year for a regular checkup and cleaning, they alone cannot account for your teeth health. Thus, it is up to you to take initiative and take care of your teeth at home! Keep reading for some advice from Dr. James Donaghey and Dr.

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Statistics about Smiling and Happiness

Statistics about Smiling and Happiness Smiling is an important part of your health and happiness! Your dentist’s office (and your orthodontist’s) are committed to keeping your smile healthy and happy for years to come. While smiling can seem very superficial initially, a beautiful smile can actually have a positive impact on your overall well-being in addition to making you feel great. There has actually been a proven link between the act of smiling and feeling

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