Vitamin C Is Important For Gum Health

April 14, 2014 by Dr. Emanuel Layliev Blog

Keeping your gums healthy is just as important as keeping your teeth well kept. Gum conditions can have many causes, one of which is poor nutrition. A lack of vitamin C can manifest itself through bleeding gums, which if left untreated can cause gingivitis. If you or someone you know complains of consistent bleeding gums Read More

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How Crowns Can Beautify Your Smile And Improve Tooth Health

April 11, 2014 by Dr. Emanuel Layliev Blog

Whether for health or cosmetic purposes, dental crowns are very popular today. They can strengthen teeth or even reshape them after a chip or break. Additionally, crowns can make your smile more beautiful by covering cracks or discolorations. Thanks to modern technology, crowns are now more comfortable and durable. Also, there are several options for Read More

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3 Ways To Keep Your Teeth Healthy During Pregnancy

March 27, 2014 by Dr. Emanuel Layliev Blog

Pregnancy, especially for first time mothers, brings a lot of new information your way about your life, your body and beyond. One important aspect of your body that shouldn’t be forgotten during pregnancy is your dental health! Read these three tips below to help you maintain your beautiful smile while pregnant. 1.       Make A Dentist Read More

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Saltines Are A Surprisingly Harmful Food For Teeth

March 25, 2014 by Dr. Emanuel Layliev Blog

Everyone is aware how bad sugary candy and soda can be for your teeth, but this food culprit is lurking in the shadows of your pantry under the ruse of being a healthy, easy snack: Saltine Crackers. One source of damage to your teeth comes from sugar. This sugar isn’t necessarily limited to the type Read More

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Common Procedure Following A Chipped Or Cracked Tooth

March 21, 2014 by Dr. Emanuel Layliev Blog

Chipping or cracking of teeth can happen for many different reasons and can have very different treatment options. As we age, teeth do as well, so the likelihood of tooth damage increases, however, tooth damage can happen at any age, so proper life long dental care and routine appointments are necessary. Depending on the severity of the Read More

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