Orthodontic treatment is a form of professional dentistry that focuses on how well your teeth fit together, and improving their balance if they’re crooked. Known as malocclusion, crooked teeth can take many forms affect patients of all ages, and when not treated, the condition can lead to a host of subsequent dental issues resulting from… Read more »
Do you remember losing your first tooth as a child? It’s ok if you don’t; some children begin losing their teeth at age four or five, younger than many adults can remember. The good thing about losing baby teeth is that their adult replacements are sturdier, stronger, and supposed to last. Unfortunately, that’s not always… Read more »
Why do you most often visit the dentist? Some people need treatment to address a cavity, or developing gum disease, while others simply wish to improve the appearance of their smiles. Even if your smile is beautiful and healthy, however, visiting your dentist regularly is still mandatory to keep it that way. With a wide… Read more »
According to the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR), cavities affect 92% of adults in the United States ages 20-64. If you’re among them, there’s a chance you may have had your cavity treated with a metal (silver) filling. Also known as amalgam, metal fillings are a mixture of liquid mercury and a… Read more »
Aside from taxing your body and increasing your risk of certain systemic diseases (i.e., heart disease, stroke, etc.), stress can also take a serious toll on your dental health. Teeth grinding is a common result of stress, and bruxism (the habit of grinding your teeth) can lead to excessive tooth wear or chipped/broken teeth, throwing… Read more »
Simply having teeth means that your smile is subject to dental diseases, including the most widespread one—tooth decay (the infection that causes cavities). Even if none of your teeth exhibit cavities yet, the disease can be quietly working to undermine your teeth’s defenses and destroy their structures. To help you protect your smile from infectious tooth… Read more »
A beautiful smile looks great and helps improve overall health. Keeping your teeth and gums healthy requires regular dental care. At Healthy Smiles, we offer the latest in quality dentistry for the entire family. Your Gary, IN dentist, Dr. Nicholas Cain, can help boost the health and appearance of your smile.
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