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Reducing Cavities with Sealants

Daily brushing and flossing are two activities that greatly lower the risk of developing cavities. But cleaning food debris thoroughly from every angle of your teeth can prove challenging, especially for the molars, teeth used for chewing that are located in the back... read more

The Reasons for your Sensitive Teeth

Have you ever experienced a sudden sharp pain in your mouth when you eat or drink something cold, or does brushing and flossing leave you with a toothache? If so, you may have sensitive teeth. The crowns of healthy teeth are protected by layers of enamel, while a... read more

Tips for Maintaining Senior Dental Health

As you age, it’s important to continue with regular dental care and checkups to keep optimum oral health. Many people may believe that losing your teeth is just part of the aging process, but that’s not true for those who take care of their teeth and... read more

What can Cause TMJ Disorder?

What can Cause TMJ Disorder? Jaw and tooth alignment Teeth grinding and stress Injury Discoloration Arthritis A proper diagnosis must be given before the condition is treated. The muscles and joints will be checked during the examination. In some cases, you are... read more

Electric vs. Manual: Which Toothbrush Is Better?

A manual toothbrush is an effective way to clean your teeth if you use the correct brushing technique. An electric toothbrush does provide faster bristle movement, which can help remove more plaque from your gums and teeth. Individuals with arthritis,... read more

Skipping Out on the Dentist Can Lead to Bad Things

Your Teeth Fall Out Avoiding the dentist can lead to problems that result in the loss of your teeth. This can leave unsightly gaps that can cause a lot of embarrassment. Toothaches Ignoring pain or tooth sensitivity will not make the problem go away. It will worsen... read more

Teeth Cleaning While Pregnant

When you are expecting a baby, it seems that you are constantly preparing. You’re setting up the nursery, going to all of your doctor’s appointments and of course dealing with constant cravings for food combinations you would otherwise avoid like the plague. During... read more

What Seniors Need to About Oral Health

As people age, physical features change. Teeth and gums get constant wear and tear. Proper maintenance is the key to good dental health. As teeth age, they become more vulnerable to cavities. Basic maintenance for this is brushing, flossing, and regular dental exams.... read more
 

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