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What to Expect with a Tooth Extraction

For many people, the sharp objects, noisy tools, and not knowing what to expect make going to the dentist an occasion that is fraught with anxiety. Having a basic understanding of what to expect at your visit is a wonderful way to reduce anxiety related to receiving professional dental care. Tooth extraction procedures are some of the most feared visits.…

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Understanding Sensitive Teeth

Do you suffer from temporary pain from eating or drinking hot or cold foods and drinks? A sudden twinge of pain when you have ice cream on a hot day or hot coffee on a chilly day isn’t normal. Some people also experience sharp pain when they take a breath of cold air outside on a wintery day or when…

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Cavity Prevention Advice for All Ages

Understanding how to prevent cavities is important. Not only do you want to avoid needing a filling, you want to keep your teeth for as long as possible. Having good dental health is also essential for maintaining your overall health as well. Cavities are holes in our teeth. The bacteria in plaque causes cavities, although everyone has bacteria in their…

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Reasons and Remedies for Tooth Discoloration

Over time, your teeth can become discolored or stained. Thankfully, depending on the cause of your tooth discoloration there are affordable options for correcting stained or yellowing teeth. An experienced dental team can often identify the underlying causes for stained or discolored teeth. This makes it possible to create a customized plan for removing stains and brightening your teeth while…

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Why Flossing Is a Must, Not a Maybe

Five Benefits of Flossing Do you floss your teeth every day? If so, you can take pride in knowing that you’re practicing a healthy habit that greatly benefits your oral health. If you don’t floss every day, you might be surprised to learn that you’re not fully cleaning your teeth, even if you brush twice a day. Just how important…

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Causes of Bleeding Gums and Gum Disease

Periodontal Disease Basics Periodontal disease, more commonly called gum disease, is an inflammatory disease that starts in the gums. It can range from mild to severe. In the disease’s mildest form, gingivitis, it affects the outer part of the gums. At this stage, it’s curable. If the disease progresses, the gums will pull away from the teeth, allowing the infection…

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Brush Up on the Benefits of Brushing

You probably don’t think much about brushing up on your brushing skills, but that may be what you need to ensure that you have good dental health. If your tooth-brushing skills have deteriorated over time and you now spend maybe a half-minute brushing in the morning, maybe some refresher tips can help you boost your tooth-brushing skills while you improve…

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Invisalign: Frequently Asked Questions

Our dentists offer practical help for patients who may be embarrassed or worried about misaligned teeth. Crooked teeth can affect the appearance of your smile and can have a seriously negative effect on your self-confidence, especially around people you do not know well. However, the metallic appearance of traditional braces is a strong deterrent for some people in obtaining the…

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Are Cracked Teeth on the Rise?

Are you feeling stressed due to the coronavirus pandemic? If so, then you are not alone. Dentists have reported that since the beginning of the pandemic related shutdowns, they have seen an alarming increase in the number of patients coming in with issues such as migraines, tooth sensitivity, jaw pain and tooth fractures. What is the one thing that all…

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Dental Care Basics

Whether you’re working or playing, eating or drinking, your mouth is hard at work for you. It ensures that you’re well-fed, that you can take your medicine, are able to chat with your friends and co-workers, and take care of your kids. With all these responsibilities, it’s important to keep your mouth, your gums, and your teeth in the best…

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