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  • History of Uptown Charlotte

    History of Uptown Charlotte

    Whether you’re a proud native, visitor, or resident, the glorious history of Uptown Charlotte is a must learn. Knowing the history of Uptown will help you appreciate the current culture of Charlotte’s city center better. In this article, we review the history of Uptown and the best places to have quality fun today. As a…

  • Resources in Uptown Charlotte & Plaza Midwood

    Resources in Uptown Charlotte & Plaza Midwood

    People living in Uptown Charlotte and Plaza Midwood agree that their neighborhoods are within walking distance. As a result, “what is for Uptown residents is for Plaza Midwood residents.” That made up quote underscores the fact that most facilities and businesses in Uptown Charlotte serve people in Plaza Midwood and vice versa. With that in…

  • Missing Tooth: affordable tooth replacement solutions for a missing tooth

    Missing Tooth: affordable tooth replacement solutions for a missing tooth

    For the uninitiated, the idea of fixing a missing tooth might feel strange and unnatural. There are so many unknowns about the procedure. How does it feel? (it feels natural) Will I become a cyborg afterward? (Of course not) Will I require special care after fixing a missing tooth? (No) The list of questions goes…

  • Dental Veneers Guide for 2021

    Dental Veneers Guide for 2021

    Whether your teeth are crooked, chipped or you just want pearly whites at all times, you may want to know more about veneers. How do veneers work? Basically, a veneer is a layer of material placed over the visible part of a tooth (frontal part) to protect it from damage or improve aesthetics. At Genesis…

  • Face Mask-Induced Dry Mouth: A Hidden Threat To Your Oral Health

    Face Mask-Induced Dry Mouth: A Hidden Threat To Your Oral Health

    As we all focus on protecting ourselves against COVID-19, it’s easy to not notice the dryness of our mouths. Bacteria love a dry mouth as it helps them multiply and attack your teeth and gums in a matter of hours. We may be safe from COVID, but most of us are not safe from dental…

  • The Chains Of Dentophobia: Overcoming The Fear Of The Dentist

    The Chains Of Dentophobia: Overcoming The Fear Of The Dentist

    A painful dental experience can make you develop anxiety towards dentists. However, some patients develop an extreme fear of the dentist or dentophobia that prevents them from receiving proper dental care. In this post, we will share about dentophobia and its symptoms. We will also share how you can break free from its limiting effects…

  • Why Being A Mouth Breather Is Bad For You?

    Why Being A Mouth Breather Is Bad For You?

    Face masks and face shields can make it difficult for most of us to breathe comfortably. In our effort to get more air, some of us are unconsciously becoming mouth breathers. While it is a sigh of relief, breathing through your mouth puts you at risk for dental and medical conditions. What is mouth breathing?…

  • Can A Dental Bridge Be Repaired?

    Can A Dental Bridge Be Repaired?

    Having a dental bridge can make anyone believe that they never lost a tooth at all. It is a permanent tooth replacement solution that makes you feel like you have your natural teeth again. It usually lasts for a decade but may break or get loose at some point. If your dental bridge is damaged,…

  • 8 Best Oral Care Tips During the COVID-19 Pandemic

    8 Best Oral Care Tips During the COVID-19 Pandemic

    By now, most of us are managing our lives in the new normal due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Since we’ve never been on such a large-scale pandemic, we need to have extra measures for taking care of our teeth. Learn how to level up your oral care amid the health crisis.

  • Your Guide to Routine Dental Cleanings for Healthy Teeth

    Your Guide to Routine Dental Cleanings for Healthy Teeth

    Routine dental cleanings are a necessary part of oral care. They help prevent tooth decay and periodontal disease. Dental appointments should not just be made when you have an appointment. Rather, visiting the dentist should be part of your ongoing oral care.