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Types of TMJ Disorders

The temporomandibular joint, commonly called TMJ, is one of the most complex joints in the human body. Today, our Whitehorse dentists discuss the three main types of disorders of the TMJ joint.

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Dental Bonding vs. Dental Veneers

Dental bonding and veneers are a great way to cosmetically brighten and change your smile. Here, our Whitehorse dentists explain the key differences between these two procedures.

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When should I start flossing my children's teeth?

Wondering if it's time to start flossing your child's teeth? Look no further. Our Whitehorse dentists get this question a lot, so we decided to document this answer for our readers.

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Proper Teeth Brushing Technique

Brushing your teeth thoroughly at least twice daily is an important step in preventing tooth decay and gum disease. Our Whitehorse dentists explain techniques for brushing properly.

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Teeth Whitening: How White is Too White?

When you get your teeth whitened, it's easy to go a bit too far on the quest for a bright white smile! Here, our Whitehorse dentists offer advice on how to whiten your teeth without going too white.

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Can Children and Teens Get Their Teeth Whitened?

For a few important reasons, our Whitehorse dentists advise against teeth whitening for children and young teens.

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Composite Dental Fillings: What are they and when are they used?

Most people will develop a cavity at some point in their life, which requires a filling. However, many are unaware of the various filling options available. Our Whitehorse dentists are here to explain composite fillings.

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What are your options for cosmetic services?

If you're dissatisfied with your smile you may be curious about the various cosmetic dental treatments that are available and what they address. Our Whitehorse dentists discuss a few of the treatments that can be used to alter the appearance of your smile.

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Differences Between Pediatric Dentists & General Dentists

Pediatric dentists are dental specialists that have advanced training in caring for the oral health of children, from infants to teenagers. Today, our Whitehorse dentists explain how pediatric dentists differ from general dentists.

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3 Signs You May Need a Root Canal

While problems related to the root and pulp of your tooth can only be diagnosed by a dentist, there are some symptoms you should look out for. Here, our Whitehorse dentists outline three signs that you may need a root canal.

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