Dental Health

Don’t Take A Vacation From Good Dental Care

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Summertime and vacations, the two go hand-in-hand. But just because you have plans to to enjoy a relaxing vacation or exciting adventure doesn’t mean you can forget about your dental care. Thinking ahead can go a long way in keeping your health on track while you’re out of town. Have Toothbrush, Will Travel Packing for…

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Seasonal Allergies & Your Dental Health

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It’s been a tough allergy season so far this year. Beautiful weather is here but the congestion, itchy eyes, and runny nose caused by seasonal allergies are too! We know that budding trees, blooming flowers, and other irritants in the air can overwhelm our respiratory system but did you know they can also affect your…

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Promote Healthy Teeth With Good Nutrition

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When it comes to dental health, it should come as no surprise that what we put into our body is just as important as brushing and flossing.  Good nutrition and eating habits are vital to having a healthy smile. So keep these tips in mind to help support the health of your teeth. Water, Water,…

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Good Dental Care Helps To Prevent Gum Disease

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Did you know half of adults age 30 and older suffer from some form of gum disease? May 12th is Gum Health Day, the perfect time to give a little extra attention to this key oral health issue and do your best to prevent gum disease. What Is Gum Disease? Gum disease is caused by…

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Root Canal Treatment – Causes, Procedures & Comfort

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Root canals are not the anxiety-provoking treatment you may imagine them to be. With the technology and tools available in dentistry today, this procedure is a successful way to alleviate the pain caused by root damage. Getting To The Root Of The Problem We all have heard about root canals and may have even had…

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Transform Your Smile & Gain Your Confidence

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A smile can truly light up your face. Whether a great welcoming expression to a colleague or a wide-open laugh with friends, a healthy smile offers a warm welcome. Feeling confident in your smile allows you to focus on the moment rather than feeling self-conscious about how your teeth look. Transform Your Smile Our team…

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Caring For Your Baby’s Teeth

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The eagerly awaited first tooth arrives! Such an exciting time for new parents. That first tooth usually appears between the ages of six months to one-year old. Over the first three years of your baby’s life, a full set of 20 primary tooth will usually erupt starting with the top and bottom front of their…

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April Is Oral Cancer Awareness Month

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April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month. The American Cancer Society’s most recent estimates for oral cavity and oropharyngeal cancers in the United States for 2022 are: About 54,000 new cases of oral cavity or oropharyngeal cancer. About 11, 230 deaths from oral cavity or oropharyngeal cancer. Early detection can result in better options when it comes…

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Spring Cleaning For Your Dental Health

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Are you feeling it? The itch to get things in order, clean out those closets, open those windows to get some fresh air? Spring is here and it’s hard not to be inspired by this time of year. So as you work to dust off those winter doldrums, don’t forget to think of your health…

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Quick Response Is Key To Handling Dental Emergencies

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Knowing what to do in an emergency is key. Although you can’t anticipate every issue that may arise, knowing some helpful tips for handling dental emergencies in the moment can potentially avoid tooth loss, pain, and worry. Here are some common dental emergencies and how to deal with them. Cracked Tooth Immediately clean your mouth…

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