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Yearly Archives: 2017

Oral Cancer Awerness Month

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The Facts about Your Teeth and Cavities

Almost everyone has some cavities. In fact, at least 90 percent of the population does, but it’s likely nobody wants another one. In its early stages, tooth decay doesn’t have any noticeable symptoms. Pain isn’t experienced until the condition advances and causes damage to the tooth’s nerve. A cavity left untreated can eventually cause severe

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Making Easter Baskets Fun Without the Cavity Risks

This year, use your creativity to make a fun Easter basket for the kids that won’t cause unwanted sugar highs and crashes, and just might make their dentist smile too. Instead of grabbing the usual assortment of sugary jelly beans, chocolate bunnies and eggs, consider helping your little ones enjoy the holiday with items that

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Why a Dental Implant May Be Your Best Option

After the loss of a tooth occurs, there are many important reasons to consider a dental implant. Certainly the ability to chew the foods you love, an attractive smile, and pleasant breath are all considerations. Additionally, an implant is easier to clean and care for than a bridge or dentures, it can prevent the shifting

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Do You Have Dry Mouth?

Dry mouth is a condition characterized by a lack of enough saliva in the mouth to keep it wet. The medical term for this is xerostomia. Often there is a sticky or burning feeling in the mouth, and the throat may feel dry also, with swallowing difficulties and choking risks. Cracked lips, rough tongue and

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Preventing Tooth Loss Through Good Oral Hygiene Habits

Tooth decay and gum disease are responsible for around 90% of tooth loss. Fortunately, this is generally preventable with good oral hygiene habits including regular brushing and flossing, along with routine dental exams and cleanings. Harmful bacteria can build up in the mouth, especially between the teeth and gums, and even on the tongue. A

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