Month: November 2022

Perfecting your Preventive Routine

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Part of practicing well-rounded preventive care involves understanding the true scope of what can affect your oral health. Indeed, your biggest concerns involve much more than simply fending off cavities, and some issues such as oral cancer can be affecting you without your knowledge that it is happening. In order to combat these concerns, our… Read more »

How Long Has It Been Since Your Last Oral Cancer Screening?

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In our most recent blog, we took a look at the signs and symptoms of gum disease, as well as why it was important to stay on top of routine periodontal care. More often than not, we take the strides necessary to keep our teeth protected, but fall short when it comes to the other… Read more »

Looking At The Signs Of Gum Disease

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Taking care of your smile is a lifelong process, and one that often needs an update to reflect current best practices. Indeed, your teeth and all of the other structures contained within the oral cavity not only serve important roles that aid in functional tasks, but they also contribute to your overall oral health. With… Read more »

Scheduling Your Next Dental Checkup

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Whether you are aware of it or not, your smile’s health is the most important factor to consider when seeking dental treatment. Just because it is the most important factor, however, that does not mean it is the only one that is looked at. In fact, sometimes prioritizing your health may come at the expense… Read more »

Stay Aware And Healthy This Thanksgiving


We have all survived the holiday that makes most dentists shudder: Halloween. This is a fantastic holiday that holds a lot of fun for people of all ages, but it is undoubtedly one of the worst ones for teeth — particularly those of children. Yes, any of us can have our teeth damaged from eating… Read more »

Don’t Be Scared Of Tooth Extraction

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Despite taking great care of your teeth — brushing and flossing every day, visiting the dentist for checkups, etc — there are still situations that could arise that necessitate tooth extraction. While no one ever wants to have a tooth or several, removed, sometimes this is the best course of action for not only your… Read more »

Dental Sedation Keeps You Comfortable

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We understand that many people don’t particularly enjoy visiting the dentist. While it is essential for your overall health, not to mention your oral health, it’s not always an abundantly fun experience. However, our practice always prioritizes our patients’ comfort to give them the best experience. One of the ways we accomplish this is by… Read more »

The Link Between Bruxism & TMJ Disorder

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If you suffer from unexplained and persistent headaches, it could be a sign of TMJ (Temporomandibular Joint) Disorder, also known as TMD. While this may be the cause of your pain, it can be difficult to identify without the help of a professional. Because of this, TMD is particularly frustrating, as headaches without a knowable… Read more »

Looking To Address Years Of Difficult Stains?

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For many of us, the ultimate goal is to maintain a bright and jubilant smile for life. We recognize that this starts early on in life, meaning it is important we learn effective preventive practices as soon as possible. Though dental prevention may do an excellent job of fending off bacterial threats and other concerns… Read more »

Steps For Taking Care Of Tiny Smiles

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In order to maintain a healthy and strong smile for life, you should engage in quality preventive dental care. Indeed, your oral health is one of the most important factors to consider when seeking dental treatment, and the majority of its protection relies on your at-home preventive practices. Additionally, how early you start oral care… Read more »