Poor Oral Hygiene Can Promote Tooth Decay

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An effective oral hygiene routine starts with thoroughly brushing your teeth twice each day with fluoride toothpaste and a soft-bristled toothbrush. This should also be followed up by flossing between each of your teeth and along the gumline. If bacterial deposits remain, they can react with the plaque on your teeth and significantly increase your… Read more »

Dental Facts on Dental Sealants

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  If you wish to add an additional layer of protection to your teeth, a highly effective treatment to consider is a dental sealant. A dental sealant is a thin coating that is placed on the chewing surface of a tooth to provide an added layer of protection. Because of the higher risk of damaging… Read more »

A Recent Blow to the Mouth Could Lead to Latent Toothache Pain

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Athletic participation, automotive collisions, and household accidents are just a few of the potential causes of an accidental blow to the mouth. This can cause soft tissue damage, affect the periodontal tissues, or potentially alter one of your teeth. Even if you don’t notice any overt signs of distress to a tooth’s enamel layer, there… Read more »

A Missing Dental Filling Needs a Dentist’s Care

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Dental fillings are bonded very securely to the surrounding tooth enamel. This gives them the strength to endure the rigors of chewing food each day. Unfortunately, it is possible for poor oral hygiene practices to weaken the dental filling’s connection. In time, it could even allow the natural bacteria in your mouth to invade the… Read more »

Did You Know That Sugarless Gum Can Protect Your Tooth Enamel?

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Did you know that sugarless gum can protect your tooth enamel? If you are looking for alternative dental instruments that can be used to help keep your mouth fresh and your teeth clean, you may want to consider sugarless chewing gum. Sugarless gum can be used after meals when brushing your teeth can be injurious… Read more »

The Facts About Full Mouth Reconstruction

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Did you know that our team could recommend full mouth reconstruction if your teeth have received extensive damage? Full mouth reconstruction includes a number of plans designed to improve the function and appearance of your teeth. So, how can you tell if you’re a good candidate for full mouth reconstruction? Would you be surprised to… Read more »

Dental Implants 101: What You Need to Know

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Dental implants are used to fill in gaps that are left behind in your mouth from missing teeth. Missing teeth can create voids that act as magnets for bacteria and food residue. If left untreated these areas can lead to tooth decay, or even shift your teeth, as they are not held in place from… Read more »

Enjoy Your Thanksgiving, But Don’t Forget Your Dentures

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The colors of the wind have begun to blow. Just because the temperature of the air dwindles down, it doesn’t mean your oral health should too. Especially with the holidays on their way, it is important to keep your dentures in peak condition. Don’t stop taking care of them, or they may let you down… Read more »

Dental Bonding Can Be Used to Improve Teeth

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Dental bonding is an incredibly flexible procedure that can be used to fix gaps between teeth, repair decayed teeth, improve the appearance of discolored teeth, repair chipped teeth, change their shape, and much more. It can help you achieve the smile of your dreams. You can expect the following treatment steps: -Step 1: Little advanced… Read more »

Avoiding Cavities for a Healthy Smile

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Don’t let cavities stop your radiant smile! Cavities, while destructive to a healthy smile, can often be prevented with regular care and attention to your teeth. Cavities are holes in teeth that arise from the effects of plaque formation. Plaque is a sticky bacterial film that forms on your teeth and gums as a reaction… Read more »