Category: Gum Disease

Ways You Can Care For Your Gums

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Taking care of your smile is a process that will follow you well into adulthood. Part of the reason is that unaddressed bacteria can lead to bad hygiene and bad breath, but the majority of the reason is due to the need to protect your smile from infections and other concerns. Indeed, seeking regular preventive… Read more »

What To Know About Your Gum Health

Gingival recession, also known as receding gums, is the exposure

Brushing your teeth is an essential step to maintaining a healthy smile for life. Though you may be practicing this process every day, the truth is, it can easily become like second nature to the point that we do not put much thought into preventive care. Though you may think this is a good thing,… Read more »

Practices To Prevent Gum Disease

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Your preventive dental routine is an essential process to stay on top of, as it provides your primary line of defense against various oral health concerns. While dental prevention might not be a match against dental emergencies or chronic bruxism concerns, it absolutely fends off the harmful oral bacteria and germs that may persist and… Read more »

Ways Periodontal Cleanings Benefit You

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Providing care for your smile often means more than just brushing your teeth every morning. In fact, it can mean using a mouthguard to protect your structures, consuming fewer sweets to avoid cavities and other signs of decay, and even receiving additional treatment in the event something else occurs. Indeed, your oral care routine is… Read more »

What Is Gum Disease, Really?

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Doing what needs to be done to keep up with your smile’s health means scheduling emergency visits sometimes. It also means taking strides to practice a thorough preventive dental routine at home, as well as attending your six-month appointments so that our team can properly assess your grin for underlying concerns and how to address… Read more »

The Importance of Periodontal Health

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When it comes to oral health complications, the biggest concern that tops many patients’ minds is the notion of losing a natural tooth. Indeed, while tooth loss can be avoided with the combination of an effective preventive routine and frequent dental visits, sometimes life has other plans. Even still, tooth loss is only one of… Read more »

Taking Proper Care of Your Gums

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By now you are aware that oral hygiene and proper preventive care are a lifelong process. After all, there are countless oral health concerns out there, and they never cease targeting your teeth. Because of this, you likely brush your teeth at least twice a day and attend your routine dental checkups to ensure your… Read more »

What It Means To Care For Your Smile

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From the hectic hustle and bustle of a busy schedule to making time to take care of yourself, finding a moment to prioritize your oral health can be difficult. Indeed, it can be appealing to cancel one engagement or another so that you can have some time for yourself, but it is crucial to understand… Read more »

Addressing Decay At Different Stages

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While you may be aware that dental decay and infection are among the most common oral health concerns out there, that does not necessarily mean that your preventive routine is as effective as it should be. After all, falling short in as little as one area can significantly impact the integrity of your smile. Because… Read more »

Ways To Keep Your Gums Healthy

Gum recession after a frenectomy

Your oral health is comprised of many factors, including your teeth, tongue, gums, cheeks, throat, and more. Indeed, any threat or complication that arises in any of these areas may lead to a negative impact on your overall health down the line, which is why it is imperative we take the necessary steps to stay… Read more »