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Mouthwash: Is It Really Necessary?

February 15, 2020

Many people use mouthwash daily as part of their regular oral care. But is it really necessary for a clean mouth? While this wash can be optional for some patients, others really need it. Below, we will explain the difference. Types of Mouthwash There are two different types of mouthwash. Cosmetic mouthwash is available in …

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3 Important Dental Services For Kids

December 30, 2019

Is your child regularly visiting the dentist? Pediatric dental appointments are about more than just teeth cleanings. These appointments are also an opportunity for your child’s dentist to perform simple procedures that can detect early changes in the mouth and prevent oral diseases. Below are three pediatric dental procedures that you should talk to your …

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Keeping Your Teeth Healthy This Holiday Season

December 15, 2019

The holidays are full of indulgences. While it’s fun to eat sweets while visiting with family and friends, these festive treats can be harmful to your teeth. Don’t worry though! With a little planning and proper oral care, you can still enjoy sugary treats without long-term damage. Read on to learn how. Don’t Forget the …

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Simple Smile Makeovers With Dental Bonding

November 30, 2019

Are you unhappy with the look of your teeth? There are plenty of cosmetic dentistry options to fix your smile, but many of them require complex procedures or oral surgeries that can seem intimidating. While all cosmetic dentistry options are safe and well-tolerated, we understand that some patients prefer a less invasive option. If you …

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How Your Dentist Can Help You Sleep Better

November 15, 2019

Are you struggling to get quality sleep at night? There are many reasons for tossing and turning, from daily stress to medical issues. When people become desperate for better sleep, they usually turn to their doctor. But did you know many sleep issues can actually be resolved by your dentist? Read on to learn how …

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Should You Try a Dental Floss Alternative?

October 30, 2019

Flossing is one of the most important habits that you can keep for oral hygiene. However, some people find traditional dental floss to be uncomfortable or wasteful. There are a couple of floss alternatives available, but are these proven to be as effective as the traditional stuff? Keep reading to learn the truth about dental …

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Special Dental Considerations for Seniors

October 15, 2019

Our dental needs change with age. Just like other parts of the body, our teeth and gums can deteriorate over time. Senior citizens need to special pay attention to their mouths to make sure that they are healthy. Below we will explore dental options that seniors should consider before they go to the dentist. Different …

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What Causes Dental Discoloration?

September 30, 2019

Dental discoloration may be caused by poor dental hygiene, and it is often a symptom of tooth decay. The surface of the teeth is stained by dark-yellow/brown patches, and the condition may be caused by one of the following: Nicotine Nicotine is found in tobacco products and is one of the most common causes of …

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What Causes Bad Breath?

September 20, 2019

Bad breath (halitosis) can be very embarrassing and people who suffer from the condition often struggle with self-esteem issues. Ironically, it is not always the sufferer’s fault and some health conditions are common causes of halitosis. Dry mouth This condition is known as xerostomia and it affects the production of saliva. Saliva acts as a …

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Signs That it’s Time to Visit a Dentist

August 22, 2019

Almost all dental problems are time-sensitive; the longer you wait to address them, the worse the symptoms (and the underlying conditions) get. If you feel any of the following, you need to visit a dentist before things get worse. 1. Your gums are purplish and you bleed when you brush Red/purplish gums is a common …

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