Category: General Dentistry

Keeping Teeth Strong Through Your Diet

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Believe it or not, your smile is constantly on the defensive against various sources of threat, and unfortunately, this will be the case throughout your entire life. Though there may not be many natural defenses in place to fend off these threats, there are steps you can take to minimize your chances of developing infections… Read more »

At-Home Tips For Better Smile Care

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Feeling confident and comfortable in their own skin is a goal many people aim to accomplish, and this can be done through a host of different methods. For example, a person’s biggest concern might come from a noticeable stain or chip on a tooth, and though it may seem minor to others, it may be… Read more »

Schedule Your Checkup Before The Holidays

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Your smile is one of your greatest features. Not only does its vibrant and youthful appearance communicate your overall disposition with life around you, but it serves many functional benefits as well. From biting and chewing to eating overall, being so much as a single tooth down can significantly impact your functional capabilities. With this… Read more »

Schedule Your Back-To-School Checkup

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Whether you are aware of it or not, your smile is highly influenced by various aspects and elements it comes into contact with. Indeed, from the foods you eat to the level of preventive care you practice and everything in-between, there is not much that your grin is completely protected from. With this in mind,… Read more »

Understand Your Sedation Options

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We get it; many people find going to the dentist stressful and are uncomfortable throughout their visit. While we always strive to provide our patients with a relaxing environment that is soothing, some individuals remain tense. This is completely natural, and we encourage you to let us know about any trepidation you may have. This… Read more »

Major Tenets Of Effective Prevention

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Taking care of your smile is not without its complications, and sometimes it can feel as though you are facing an uphill battle. Indeed, threats to your oral health extend farther than gum infection and tooth decay, as other nontraditional issues such as bruxism and sleep apnea can also lead to major complications. Though these… Read more »

Has It Been Six Months Since Your Last Visit?

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Taking care of your smile is a lifelong process, and one that consists of many steps. You see, practicing routine prevention means much more than just brushing your teeth, but seeking professional insight into potential threats and other factors. For example, anybody can develop a major dental issue such as oral cancer, and it is… Read more »

Schedule Your Checkup And Cleaning Today

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Losing one or more of your teeth can negatively influence your smile in more ways than one. Some of these concerns include the influence on your ability to bite and chew normally, how your jaw structure is influenced, and of course, the presence of a noticeable gap. To avoid this, your dentist recommends practicing a… Read more »

Revisiting Your Preventive Routine

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It goes without saying that your smile’s health is impressionable, to say the least. In other words, virtually every circumstance you can think of – from oral bacteria to germs, the foods you consume, and the level of your preventive dental care – negatively influences your oral health. While it can be difficult to stay… Read more »

Caring For Your Smile While Ill

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Your smile’s health is an important factor to consider when brushing your teeth, consuming meals, and a host of other circumstances. Indeed, your teeth and other structures are integral to oral function, structural stability, and of course, a complete appearance. When it comes to consistent care, however, there may be instances that complicate this process,… Read more »