What Every New Parent Should Know about Medicare Child Dental Schedules

Posted on: 29 June 2015

When you have a child that receives medicare dental, especially if this is your first time dealing with this program, there are some things you need to know. One of those things is the benefits schedule. This schedule allows parents to see what will be covered under the medicare dental, as well as other information regarding their child's dental health. If you are new to the program, here are a few things that every new parent should know about medicare child dental schedules.
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What is gum disease and how can you stop it in its tracks?

Posted on: 29 May 2015

If you have ever experienced a swelling of your gums, you will know that this can be an unpleasant sensation in the mouth. It is most probably a sign of some degree of gum disease. This might sound terrifying, but it's actually not something to get too stressed about. In fact, half of adults experience gum disease to some degree. Although this shouldn't give you a sleepless night, it is a sign to do something about it now before the problem gets any worse.
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A Quick Guide To Root Canals

Posted on: 27 April 2015

Getting a root canal is something that most patients feel extremely anxious about. However, the procedure is usually as painless as having a regular filling. The best way to reduce your anxieties is to fully understand the procedure, so take the time to read this quick and easy guide. What is a root canal? Root canal procedures are used to repair teeth which are badly decayed or infected, saving them from extraction.
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4 Telltale Signs You Need Dentures

Posted on: 30 March 2015

No one ever wants to admit they need dentures—but every so often, they can make a big difference to your oral health. Although people want to avoid getting a fake set of teeth from dentists, you'll be surprised at how vital they are to perform basic functions like eating, chewing and smiling when your real teeth fail you. Getting dentures is not an overnight phenomenon—it takes years for your original teeth to break down if not cared for properly.
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