Flossing 101

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We all know we need to do it, yet few of us are hitting the 100% mark on the goal of flossing. Flossing can seem like an extra step that you only need to do when you have lots of food stuck in your teeth. But studies have shown that people who brush their teeth… Read more »

When Should You Start Brushing Your Children’s Teeth?

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Good oral hygiene comes down to habits. If you have great oral hygiene it’s likely that you have had diligent oral care habits for most of your life. Kids traditionally do not have the best oral hygiene, but parents can encourage it. And the benefits of kids developing good oral hygiene habits can be exponential…. Read more »

Treating The Holiday Sweet Tooth

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As we come up on the holidays it’s hard not to daydream about all the delicious food we’re going to eat. Pies, cookies, cakes, chocolates, stocking stuffer candy, ciders and other sugary beverages… wait. That might mean some serious damage for our teeth. Sugary foods can lead to tartar buildup, decay, cavities, canker sores, and… Read more »

Simple Ways To Brighten Your Teeth

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Preliminary Measures & Simple Ways To Brighten Your Teeth

Whiter teeth are always desired. Everyone wants whiter teeth and with good reason – white teeth make us look younger, healthier, more attractive, and just overall better. Yellowing or stained teeth can be a huge hit to your confidence, while whiter teeth can make a difference for big events, photos, or just when you’re ready… Read more »

4 Signs You Need to See Your Dentist ASAP

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Very few people like to go to the dentist. It’s not that appealing to have sharp and shiny objects in your mouth. It can feel vulnerable to open up your mouth to be scrubbed by a stranger. The smells are strong and the grainy toothpaste is even stronger. It takes time out of your busy… Read more »

Professional Teeth Whitening

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Professional Teeth Whitening

There are few people out there who wouldn’t like to brighten their teeth a few shades. White teeth make a person look younger, healthier, and much more attractive. Who wouldn’t want that? Our teeth become discolored over time, especially if we drink dark beverages like coffee, wine, soda, and dark liquors. If you use nicotine… Read more »

Oral Health Essentials: Bad Breath

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Are you aware that bad breath, also referred to as halitosis, is an oral health disorder caused by foul odors emanating from your mouth? Frequently, these odors arise from bacteria. If you are unsure what is producing your bad breath, look for signs and symptoms that are arising. Serious issues within your body may be… Read more »

The Pros and Cons of Choosing Veneers

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Veneers are becoming more and more popular, and not just for those with serious teeth conditions. We are seeing patients choose veneers in all walks of life, and for totally voluntary reasons. Veneers are sometimes connected to the negative effects of bad teeth, oral injury, or other less desirable conditions. That’s not always the case,… Read more »

Keep Your Smile Safe From Periodontal Disease

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Are you under the effects of periodontal disease, more commonly known as gum disease, which is the infection of your gum tissue within your mouth? Keep your smile safe from periodontal disease by looking for signs and symptoms of its presence. Listed below are important facts regarding spotting periodontal disease: – Have you been lacking… Read more »

What Are the Benefits of Dental Implants on Your Smile?

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Did you know there are alternative options to dentures for your incomplete smile? If you have lost or missing teeth, more permanent options such as dental implants can be used to complete your smile and restore its full functionality. However, unlike dentures, dental implants are not removable and will not run the risk of falling… Read more »