Posts Tagged ‘ Fresno ’

Fresno Dentists Ask: How Well do You Sleep at Night?

Feb 28th, 2013 | By

Sleep is an essential part of human life. As a complex and magnificent machine, your body requires fuel and rest to continue working properly. Unfortunately, we do not always sleep as well as we should due to a number of different factors, including one of the more infamous nighttime disturbances—snoring. For those who sleep with

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Fresno Dentists Discuss Restoring Chipped Teeth

Feb 27th, 2013 | By

While brushing and flossing can help prevent the majority of dental health issues that can threaten your smile, cosmetic blemishes can still mar your teeth in spite of your best efforts to prevent them. Tooth stains, which can result from the food you eat, are arguably the most common cosmetic dental complaint. However, chipped teeth

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Fresno Dentists Address Crooked Teeth

Feb 27th, 2013 | By

Straightening crooked teeth is one of the greatest services you can provide your smile. Nevertheless, traditional orthodontic methods (i.e., the metal wires and brackets of braces) may seem even less appealing to older teens and adults than the prospect of enduring a few oddly angled teeth. Luckily, your Fresno dentists, Dr. Alex and Claudia Denes,

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Fresno Dentists Discuss the Teeth Grinding Phenomenon

Feb 10th, 2013 | By

You care about your dental health, so you brush and floss your teeth at least twice day and visit your dentist every six month for regular dental checkups and cleanings. Yet, allowing dental plaque to accumulate excessively is only a portion of the issues that could affect your teeth and gums. Some common habits can

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Determine the Cause of Toothache

Jan 30th, 2013 | By

A toothache is not a trivial matter. Over 25% of adults in America have admitted to taking time off work to deal with the discomfort of tooth sensitivity, and some women claim tooth pain is second only to childbirth. The magnitude of a toothache can be debilitating, and if you’ve had one before, then you

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Improved Dentures in Fresno

Jan 30th, 2013 | By

Thanks to advancements in dentistry, more people are able to enjoy full and beautiful smiles than ever. Tooth loss, which occurs often enough for some people to believe it is natural, can have a number of devastating effects on your smile, from its appearance to the integrity of its foundation. Luckily, there are a plethora

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Restoring Good Health to Your Receding Gums in Fresno

Jan 25th, 2013 | By

Your teeth rely on a complex system of bone and soft tissues for their continued existence. Your teeth’s roots are embedded in your jawbone, which anchors them in place and supplies your teeth with the nutrients they need. The soft periodontal tissue, or gums, that surrounds the bottom portion of your teeth seals and protects

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Fresno Dentists Discuss the Dangers of Gingivitis

Jan 23rd, 2013 | By

Approximately 80% or more of adults in America have gum disease to some extent. While many people may not consider the affliction a serious one, the truth is that gum disease is one of the most wide-spread chronic diseases among us, and is the number one cause of permanent tooth loss. Contrary to what the

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Does Your Snoring Keep Your Partner Awake at Night?

Jan 23rd, 2013 | By

Some comedy shows and movies portray loud, obtrusive snoring as humorous, which it can be in the right scripted situation. In life, however, snoring is not nearly as funny, especially if your snoring deprives your partner of much-needed sleep. Sometimes, snoring can even indicate a serious issue that can place your health at risk. Fresno

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Could Gum Disease Lead to Respiratory Infection?

Jan 23rd, 2013 | By

If you are a patient or regular reader of ours, then you are probably aware that gum disease is a serious chronic disease that can threaten more than the health of your gums. While gum disease is the number one cause for adult tooth loss in America, the disease can also endanger the integrity of

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