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Cavity Prevention Advice for Everyone

Although most of us think it’s okay to skip brushing and flossing occasionally, that’s not the case. Even an occasional lapse of your dental routine can start the cavity formation process and adversely impact your dental health. The presence of tooth decay and cavities can increase your risk of developing health issues such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, hypertension, and dementia,…

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Reasons and Remedies for Tooth Discoloration

Dark and discolored teeth can adversely affect your self-confidence and your outlook on life. However, there are relatively simple ways to whiten and brighten your teeth and your view of life. What Are the Causes of Stained Teeth? Many things can cause stained teeth, but not all of them can be prevented. The aging process, trauma to one or more…

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Why Flossing Is a Must, Not a Maybe

Every day, plaque, a thin, sticky film of bacteria, accumulates on your teeth. The acid this bacteria creates can harm your tooth enamel and gums, causing irritation and decay. If you brush twice a day and floss, you can remove the plaque before it builds up. Brushing alone isn’t enough; if you don’t floss, you are not cleaning a large…

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Causes of Bleeding Gums and Gum Disease

Most likely, you understand the importance of regular brushing and flossing. Additionally, you’ve probably been hearing about the dangers of cavities and tooth decay since you first started brushing your teeth as a child. However, you may have much less information about gum disease. If you are experiencing bleeding gums or discomfort when brushing or flossing, you may be showing…

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The Benefits of Proper Teeth Brushing

You depend on your teeth for a range of activities that include eating, speaking and smiling. Making sure that you take care of your teeth by brushing, flossing and scheduling regular dentist visits can help you retain your natural teeth for much longer. Our dental practice is committed to the highest standards of excellence in dentistry. We work with you…

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Invisalign: Frequently Asked Questions

Getting a straight smile shouldn’t embarrass you. Invisalign lets you straighten your teeth discretely, so you can have the smile you always wanted without everyone knowing you’re having orthodontic work done. Having a smile you’re proud of can change your life. Invisalign has been a huge help to adults looking to straighten their teeth without the traditional appearance of braces.…

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10 Signs of Sleep Apnea

Nearly 22 million people in the United States of America struggle with sleep apnea. This disorder causes those who have it to unconsciously stop breathing while they sleep. Failing to treat sleep apnea can cause a wide range of health issues. If you know the signs and symptoms of the disorder, it will make it easier to understand when to…

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Are Cracked Teeth on the Rise?

Reports in The New York Times and other news outlets indicate that there may be a significant increase in the damage done to teeth because of stress associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. Grinding teeth or clenching the jaw at night are usually associated with anxiety, emotional upset or stress. Finding ways to reduce stress and to promote better dental health…

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Dental Care Basics

Why Are Dental Care Practices Important? Having consistent and proper at-home dental care habits isn’t only about having a beautiful smile. Good oral health can help you maintain your overall health as well. Since your mouth serves as the entry way for your digestive system and your respiratory tracts, the Mayo Clinic states that it’s vital to your overall health,…

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Are Dental Implants Right for You?

Are Dental Implants My Best Option? Dental implants are a very popular solution to missing or damaged teeth due to trauma or disease. According to the CDC, more than half of adults are missing at least one permanent tooth and almost 20 percent of adults over 65 have lost all of their teeth. Your teeth are essential to your overall…

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