dental anxiety

Dealing with Dental Fear and Anxiety

If you think that you are the only one who fears to go to the dentist, you are wrong. Research shows that between 11 percent and 20 percent of Americans avoid dental visits due to fear or anxiety. Dental phobia leaves people terrified and panic-stricken when they have dental visits. However, such people don’t know

Girl with braces

Let’s Get Something Straight: What to Expect Once Your Child Gets Their Braces Off

Braces are almost a rite of passage, unless your child was born with a perfectly straight set of teeth. The reality is that many adolescents undergo this orthodontic treatment. And, when the hard part—the years of actually wearing the braces—is over, it may feel like freedom for your child and their teeth. To celebrate, your

young girl visiting her parents

How You Can Show Your Parents Love in Their Old Age

Children are not the only ones who need love. Parents also want to feel that their children love them – especially during their twilight years. Most parents would do anything to give what their children need and want. They deserve to be shown the same affection and respect as they age. If your parents are

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Tips for When Looking for a Cosmetic Dentist

Choosing the right cosmetic dentist is extremely critical because it determines the success or failure of what you want to achieve. Since cosmetic dentistry is not officially recognized as an area of expertise in dentistry, any duly licensed dentist can claim knowledge on various dental cosmetic procedures. However, it takes years of study, training, and