Oral Health Care in Spring: Dental Bridges

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To ensure your smile can function properly, it is important to make sure that you always have a full set of healthy teeth. If for any reason you lose a tooth or have a tooth scheduled for extraction, it is important to start thinking about the use of a tooth replacement. If a missing tooth… Read more »

Learning More About Dental Erosion Prevention

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By understanding what is causing your dental erosion, you will have a much better chance of correcting it. Dental erosion, also known as enamel erosion, is a condition in which harmful acids in your mouth are slowly wearing through your tooth enamel protection on your teeth, which is designed to protect the inner workings of… Read more »

Begin Treatment Today for Your TMJ

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If you struggle with jaw pain, then we have exciting news for you! Our dentist, Dr. with in , , specializes in TMJ and is happy to talk to you about your condition to discover the ideal course of treatment. Temporomandibular joint, also known as the TMJ, is an essential concern in thousands of adults…. Read more »

Top Notch Smiles and Treatments During Cold and Flu Season

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How often do you find yourself cleaning out your mouth when you are sick? Although this may seem like a strange question, the truth is that when you are suffering from a cold or flu, it is important to continue to focus on your oral health care. That is because a drop in your health… Read more »

Holiday Dental Hygiene

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The holiday time gives plenty of chances for snacking on sugary treats. This can be fun occasionally, but it also makes it even more important to keep up on the basics of dental hygiene. Brush: The American Dental Association (ADA) suggests you brush your teeth for 2 minutes, two times a day. Use tooth-wide, back… Read more »

The Differences Between Infant Oral Care and Toddler Oral Care

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Did you know there are different ways you should take care of an infant’s smile compared to taking care of a toddler’s smile? Well, it’s true. Each stage of life has different requirements for oral care. To help you properly care for your infant and toddler’s smiles, our dentist, Dr. , has some information would… Read more »

Tooth Decay: Symptoms, Treatment and Prevention

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What exactly is tooth decay? Tooth decay occurs when a type of bacteria called plaque produces acid which builds up on your teeth and burrows into your enamel, creating such dental issues as cavities, gum disease or abscesses. Tooth decay happens every day, but it’s only noticeable symptom is that white, filmy substance on your… Read more »

Is A Flipper Denture Right For You?

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Missing teeth need to be replaced. If you are missing teeth, your ability to eat and speak can be compromised; plaque and bacteria can use the empty slots in your smile to accumulate, and your remaining teeth can drift out of alignment. One of the biggest problems with missing teeth is the negative impact on… Read more »

What is the Best Rinsing Technique?

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If you include brushing, flossing, and rinsing in your oral hygiene routine, then you’re on the right track toward a top-notch oral health and smile. Today, Dr. and our dental team would like to talk about rinsing because many don’t know how to properly rinse their mouth. So, to help you have the best rinsing… Read more »

The Oral Health Care Guidebook to Cavity Prevention

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Although cavity treatment can be done with dental fillings, it’s best to stop cavities before they form by cleaning your teeth daily. This includes routines such as brushing and flossing daily as well as scheduling professional cleanings with your dentist twice every year. To take care of your oral health with cavity prevention treatments, consider the… Read more »