Monthly Archives: October 2018

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8 Options for A Great Grin

If you feel like your pearly whites need some help to enhance your smile, then you have an array of options to choose from at Dental South. These range from changing the shape of your teeth to closing gaps in your smile; from making them whiter to removing plaque and taking care of cavities.

Here are […]

By |October 30th, 2018|Oral Health|Comments Off on 8 Options for A Great Grin

Alternatives to a Candy-Filled Halloween

Every year about this time, when spooky ads abound and grocery aisles are fully stocked with individual-sized candy, you might be pondering whether you should stock up on the sugar-laden treats for the neighborhood kids or should you look for healthier alternatives that won’t negatively impact oral health and won’t evoke a look of disgust […]

By |October 23rd, 2018|Child Dental Care, Oral Health|Comments Off on Alternatives to a Candy-Filled Halloween

What You Need to Know About Bruxism

If you are one of those folks who regularly grind your teeth, then your condition is called bruxism. It can lead to damage to your teeth and other oral health issues.

So why do people grind their teeth? Generally, teeth grinding or clenching is from stress or anxiety and it usually occurs at night when you’re […]

By |October 16th, 2018|Oral Health|Comments Off on What You Need to Know About Bruxism

Are Dental Implants The Right Solution?

Because of advances in dental science in the last two decades, dental implants have become a viable alternative for replacing missing teeth. Dr. Michael Prueher at Dental South has extensive experience and excellent success rates in using implants to help patients replace teeth, relieve pain, restore chewing ability and improve facial tissues in the process. […]

By |October 11th, 2018|Dental Implant, Oral Health|Comments Off on Are Dental Implants The Right Solution?

Amalgam vs. Composite Resin Fillings

Your body has an amazing ability to repair and heal itself. As an example, when you break a bone, your body can create new cells that “glue” the broken bone back together. However, the body’s ability to repair itself doesn’t include your teeth. Once you injure a tooth or develop a cavity in it, your […]

By |October 2nd, 2018|Oral Health|Comments Off on Amalgam vs. Composite Resin Fillings
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