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Have you ever wondered if sugar was actually bad for your teeth? Unfortunately, it is as bad as you’ve been told. Here at the office of Dr. Adam Schulhof, DMD, we are passionate about helping our patients have the healthiest teeth possible. We are experts in the industry and able to help you keep your teeth from decay. Here’s what you need to know about the effects of this on your teeth.

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The age of the cavity. Scientists have long since proven that excess sugar can be terrible for teeth. These days, sugar seems to be in everything that you eat and drink. If that wasn’t bad enough for adults, the real danger is to children. Teeth that prematurely lost in children can come at a terrible price. They may develop a speech impediment due to the lack of teeth. It’s even possible that their adult teeth will grow in incorrectly. Protecting your child’s baby teeth is just as important as teaching them good habits for their adult teeth.

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What you need to know about elastic bands. Having a beautiful and healthy smile is one of the things that highlight the face and adds depth of character to your over all look. A beautiful set of pearly whites is something every person appreciates. More importantly, utmost care must be given to teeth because once permanent teeth are damaged; you can no longer re-growing a new one. Unfortunately, if you have crooked teeth, it takes away from your charm because misaligned teeth are unsightly to look at. Your attractiveness quotient in part rests on your sparkly teeth. Seeking help from an expert orthodontist is essential if your teeth are crooked so they can be fixed.

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Whats the best age for braces? There are some children who have excellent genes and they are born with perfect teeth. There are other children who weren’t born with perfect teeth. Some kids have an overbite and some have an underbite. There are some kids who have crowded teeth and there are others who have gaps in their teeth. Some kids have more than one of these problems.

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Often referred to as halitosis, Bad Breath is a common and treatable condition. It has been reported that 25% of individuals living worldwide will experience a foul, smelling odor on their breath in their lifetime. Unfortunately, individuals with braces can put themselves at a great risk of developing halitosis while undergoing orthodontic treatment. Like any visit to a health care professional, a patient may be embarrassed talking about this condition. Speaking up can be a team approach when it comes to addressing the causes and prevention of halitosis.

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Is tooth extraction necessary for braces? Many patients looking into lingual braces are curious about whether tooth extraction will be necessary. The answer to this question depends on your unique teeth and your goals in orthodontic work. Dr. Adam Schulhof is an expert in orthodontic work and can help you to make the right decision.

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When you look at your teeth, it’s obvious that there are problems that brushing and flossing aren’t going to fix. Your issues don’t have to do with oral hygiene or the health of your teeth. Orthodontic concerns are at the root of your problem. Braces are the ideal way to correct issues with gaps, crowding, and a bite that is not in proper alignment. In order to correct orthodontic problems, your orthodontist will create a treatment plan that is a good fit for your teeth. As you prepare for this next step in life, it is natural to have questions.

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You know that you need orthodontic treatment. While you take excellent care of your teeth and your dental health is top notch, this will not resolve a misalignment of your teeth. Whether you are dealing with gaps or crowding that is keeping you from having your ideal smile, orthodontic intervention is needed to correct the situation.

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According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), as many as half of all adults may have some level of periodontal disease. That is a lot of people suffering from what is arguably the most serious chronic oral health condition in the country today – and most don’t even realize they have it!

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Vaping is not a safer alternative to cigarettes in the sense that it can have a negative effect on your teeth and your overall oral health. However, it does appear to have fewer risks in oral health than smoking cigarettes. Vape and e-cigarette devices are becoming more popular among young adults, and though most people would agree that these alternatives are much safer, there’s still a lot more to learn about its long-term effects.

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