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Overwhelmed By An Overbite? Causes, Concerns, And Treatments For Your Overbite

The underlying health of smile is important, but you placing emphasis on the look and feel of your teeth can offer enormous benefits. Unfortunately, only 30 to 40 percent of the population has perfectly aligned teeth. The other part of the population suffers with a form of malocclusion such as an overbite, underbite, or crossbite. If you are dealing with the overwhelming physical and emotional issues caused by your overbite, using this guide to understand the causes and treatment can help. Read More 

Preventing Childhood Tooth Decay: How To Reduce Your Child’s Sugar Intake

Sugar is a major culprit when it comes to premature tooth decay in kids and adults. Changing your diet can be a result of changing your own eating habits, but it may be more difficult to convince your kids to eat their vegetables instead of eating brownies. Here are a few ways you can reduce your child's overall sugar intake and increase their dental health in the process. Water, Water, Everywhere Read More 

Ways To Make Caring For Elderly Loved Ones A Little Easier

If you are responsible for caring for an aging parent or other relative, you'll know that it can be a stressful experience. Not only is elder care a mentally and emotionally taxing responsibility, it can be physically difficult if your loved one has mobility issues. If you are taking care of someone who is elderly, here are some tips to make elder care a little easier on you both. Consider changing personal boundaries Read More 

Five Tips For Preparing For Your LASIK Surgery

LASIK surgery is entirely pain-free, and even after the surgery, most patients experience only minor itching and sensitivity for 24 hours or less. Still, LASIK is a surgical procedure, and thus it is important to prepare for it properly. Follow these five tips to ensure that your procedure and the recovery process go smoothly. Address any specific concerns or worries you may have with your eye surgeon. The calmer and more confident you are before and during your LASIK procedure, the easier it will be for you and your surgeon. Read More 

4 Things You Need To Know About Fuchs’ Endothelial Dystrophy

Fuchs' endothelial dystophy is a disease of the cornea, the clear window in the front of your eye that focuses light and helps you see. In people with this disease, the number of cells within the cornea start to decrease, which makes the remaining cells swell. Over time, the loss of cells and the resulting swelling affects the vision. Here's what you need to know about this eye disease. How do you know you have it? Read More