Broken Or Cracked Tooth

Many people dread the thought of damage to their smile more than they dread the thought of breaking a bone or needing surgery. While some may consider this crazy, think about this: you only get one set of permanent teeth. If something happens to one of your permanent teeth to cause severe damage, your smile…

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A Root Canal Can Save Your Life

Your smile is one of your most personal attributes. People recognize you by your smile, and they are drawn to those who easily offer a smile to others. Caring for and protecting your smile should be a huge priority in life. You only get one set of permanent teeth, and to help your smile last…

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Drink Your Way to a Healthier Smile

A new year brings 365 new opportunities to do something good for your health. Whether you have a goal to exercise more, lose weight, or maintain a healthy diet – drinking more water easily fits into those goals and will give you the added benefit of a healthier smile. Water is an essential element of…

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Don’t Let Stress Ruin Your Smile

Many people overlook the impact that stress can put on the body until they run smack into a wall. While it may be tempting to think that stress only affects higher-ups in corporate America, 2020 has proven that everyone can suffer from the negative effects of stress. Stress is the body’s reaction to pressure. The…

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Don’t Forget Your Insurance Policy

There are so many things to remember being a parent – did your child do his homework? Did your daughter study for her test? Which child has a birthday party this upcoming weekend? As a parent, you juggle many responsibilities, and at Buford Family Dental, we want to help by giving you a friendly reminder:…

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Start Your Child’s Oral Health Off Well

When it comes to young children, getting them used to certain things early is often vital for their health and growth later on. For instance, feeding your baby a variety of fruits and vegetables as soon as they can eat baby food will help their taste buds develop a taste for healthy food options. Limiting…

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Protect Yourself from “Mask Mouth”

Many people are still wearing masks in public, at work, and at school. While there is no mask mandate in Georgia, some people feel better by wearing them, and many individual businesses are requiring them. Wearing a mask may have controversy surrounding it, but showing up in dental offices everywhere is a condition that has…

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What is Dental Bonding?

There are more types of dental procedures than most people can even imagine. The most important thing to know is that all dental procedures are designed to improve the health of your smile. Most dental procedures can also enhance the appearance of your smile – which is always a desired outcome. One of the simplest…

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Cavities Between The Teeth

If you have ever had to have a cavity filled, you have probably experienced having the upper surface of your tooth drilled into. To fill a cavity, the cavity (or hole) in the tooth must be thoroughly cleaned out. Therefore, dentists must increase the size of the cavity so that they can clean it out…

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Can Children Suffer From Gum Disease?

The health of your child’s baby teeth will be a huge predictor of the health of their adult teeth. While gum disease is not common in children, gingivitis is a common issue that can have long-lasting effects. Periodontal disease is a severe, debilitating, and irreversible gum disease that can destroy a person’s oral health. Gingivitis…

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