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The Basics of Dentures

Although older people wear dentures more than people in any other age demographic, they are far from the only ones to benefit from this replacement tooth option. Dentures can be a good choice for people who have lost natural teeth to an injury or oral health condition as well. Understanding the Design of Dentures [...]

Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening is one of our most popular cosmetic dentistry services at Southbridge Dentistry, and for good reason. The procedure is simple, costs less than most other procedures, and delivers fast results. In fact, you could walk out of Southbridge Dentistry with a smile up to 10 times brighter than you had before your [...]

Snore Aid Devices

Snoring might seem like a harmless habit, but it causes millions of people and their partners to lose quality sleep each night. The sound some people make as they sleep occurs due to turbulence and resistance in the upper airway. Although people often assume that snoring sounds come through the nose, this is not true. [...]

Is Chewing Gum Good for Your Oral Health?

There is both good news and bad news when it comes to chewing gum and your oral health. While not all gum is bad for your teeth, you should try to avoid all gums that contain sugar. Knowing what to reach for the next time you get an urge to chew without eating something [...]

Sports Related Injuries

You are in good company if you recently lost a tooth to a sports injury. According to the American Dental Assistant’s Association, this happens five million times a year. This number includes both people who lost one or more teeth instantly and those who lost a tooth later due to not seeking immediate attention at [...]

Bruxism

You have bruxism if you clench and grind your teeth a lot, even if you are unaware of it. You also are not alone. Bruxism is most common in adults between the ages of 25 and 44, and at least 50 percent of adults experience it at some point in their lives. Keep in [...]