Holiday Happiness Courtesy of Dental Crowns

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As the wintry feasts and delightful eats meander their way onto our plates this holiday season, we must make sure our teeth and gums are up to the task. One bad tooth can spell disaster for your smile and dampen your holiday season. Get back your holiday happiness courtesy of our dental crowns. Dental crowns… Read more »

A Healthier Smile is the First Step to a Healthier You

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Did you know you can improve your physical health simply by caring for your teeth? A healthy smile is the first step to a healthier you. The more you strive to take care of your health and gums, the more your entire body will reap its benefits. Below are some tips to help you: –… Read more »

The Types of Dental Sedation

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Are you afraid of the dentist? As you probably know, many people suffer from similar concerns about visiting the dentist. In fact, nearly half of all Americans have some type of dental anxiety. Fortunately, there are a few things you can consider to help you deal with your anxiety. One option we recommend is dental… Read more »

Cavities: What You Should Know

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What keeps people from having a cavity filled? Generally, the answer comes down to one of two important issues: fear of the dentist or concern about the cost of the treatment. However, if you have a cavity filled, there are a few reasons you should get it filled immediately. You see, cavities are formed by… Read more »

Understanding the Differences Between Full and Partial Dentures

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Dentures are great dental appliances that can replace your missing teeth and give you the strong, functional smile and oral health you deserve. There are two different types of dentures that can benefit you, but they both have many differences. To help you understand dentures a little bit more, we’re happy to explain the differences… Read more »

Abscessed Tooth? We Can Help!

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Just like any other part other of our body, we can injure the inside of our mouth. If this happens, bacteria can potentially enter and cause an infection—which can lead to a painful swelling filled with pus. If the pus can’t escape the area will become even more swollen and painful. This is known as… Read more »

Wisdom Teeth Trouble? We Can Help

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Are your wisdom teeth bothering you or someone close to you? If so, our team can help. Sadly, wisdom teeth removal is something that almost everyone goes through, but can you recognize the symptoms of a problematic wisdom tooth? Similarly, do you know why some wisdom teeth need to be removed? Luckily, there are a… Read more »

How to Relieve Dry Mouth

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Saliva is vital to the functioning of a healthy mouth. It neutralizes acids produced by bacteria and limits bacterial growth, washes away food particles, and helps you to swallow and helps your digestion. But what if you have been experiencing difficulty chewing, talking, or swallowing, along with a change in taste? These are all symptomatic… Read more »

What Are the Effects of Gum Disease?

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What happens when your gums begin receding from your teeth? Gum disease happens when the gum tissue surrounding the teeth pull back from the tooth exposing tooth roots. This action allows gaps to form between the teeth and the gum line. When this happens, harmful plaque-causing bacteria accumulates in these pockets. Hardened plaque can cause… Read more »

The Details About Cleaning Your Smile With a Water Flosser

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As you brush your teeth twice each day and rinse your mouth with mouthwash daily, don’t forget to floss! Many people tend to avoid flossing, and they are destroying their smiles more than they realize. Flossing is an extremely important technique, and it should be done at least once a day. However, we do understand… Read more »