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How to Care for False Teeth

March 23, 2020

Patients receive full dentures, partial dentures, bridges, or implants with crowns to fill spaces due to missing teeth or teeth that were removed. Since the mouth is a hotspot for plaque and bacteria, it is crucial to maintain false teeth as if they are real for long-lasting results. To protect your investment, it is recommended to […]

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These Five Things Can Stain Your Teeth

March 9, 2020

Eating your favorite foods comes with the responsibility of caring for your teeth between meals. Staining occurs gradually over time, as foods that contain dark colors and sugar cloud the enamel. Surface-level staining, also known as extrinsic discoloration, is very common, but you can counteract the process by monitoring your food and drink selections and other […]

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What You Should Expect From Your Dentist

March 4, 2020

Regular trips to the dentist play an important role in maintaining good oral health. However, whether you look forward to keeping your dental appointments may depend on your relationship with your dentist. Finding a respectful and caring professional can go a long way toward ensuring you feel comfortable in the dentist’s chair. You shouldn’t need […]

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5 Ways to Keep Your Pet’s Teeth Healthy

February 19, 2020

Keeping your teeth healthy and strong is something we focus on each time we brush our teeth or floss. We think a lot about our own dental health — but what about our furry friends? This February is Pet Dental Health Month, an opportunity to watch out for the oral hygiene of your four-legged companions.  […]

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Teach Your Child How to Brush Their Teeth

February 10, 2020

As soon as your little one begins to grow their pearly whites, your dentist will want you to commence with twice-daily teeth brushing. From a young age, you lay the foundation for healthy oral care. Brushing your kids’ teeth is natural for most grown-ups. After all, your baby or toddler probably doesn’t have the fine […]

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Worst Foods for Your Teeth

January 28, 2020

No matter what age you are, the reasons for tooth decay are the same. Tooth decay occurs when you have plaque with bacteria that feeds on the sugar you’re adding to your diet, which can cause cavities. Cavities are due to the bacteria metabolizing sugar and turning it into acid dissolving your tooth structure. Eating foods that are […]

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Six Tips for Getting Your Toddler to the Dentist’s Office

January 24, 2020

As a parent, you may be grappling with how to cope with your child’s fears about the dentist. Dental anxiety is not uncommon in children, and that’s why it’s crucial to find a dentist you trust. Set your child on the path to a healthy smile by following the tips below! Book an appointment Why […]

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All About Gum Recession

January 17, 2020

Gum recession is where the margin of your gum tissue surrounding your teeth pulls back or wears away and exposes more of your tooth or root. When you have gum recession, the first sign is gaps or “pockets” that form between your gum line and teeth which makes disease-causing bacteria build up easier. If you don’t have […]

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New Year’s Resolutions for a Healthy Mouth

January 17, 2020

The New Year is always an exciting time for change and resolutions — a time when many people vow to live a healthier life. New Year’s resolutions for a healthy mouth can go a long way in giving you a brighter, healthier smile in 2020. Read on to discover some of the best ways to […]

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Top Teeth Care Tips

December 23, 2019

Taking care of your teeth and gums throughout your life is vital. Adults only get one set of teeth! That means learning good practices early and giving them the force of habit is the only way to set yourself up to get the longest possible use out of your natural teeth, even into old age. […]

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