The Details of Dental Fluorosis

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If you’re a parent, you probably get that there are several training toothpastes around. You may also understand that most toothpaste has fluoride in them. Did you know that training toothpastes don’t? This is because children who are exposed to too much fluoride can often develop a condition called fluorosis. To a degree, it may… Read more »

How Your Diet Affects Your Teeth

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You probably already know that some foods can make your body feel strong and healthy. But did you know that what you eat can also have an impact on your teeth? Tooth-healthy foods contain calcium, probiotics, phosphorus and fluoride. Dairy foods like milk and cheese are great calcium sources, and yogurt is a good source… Read more »

Frequently Asked Questions about Abscessed Teeth

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Have you ever heard of an abscess? Do you think you might have one? Here are some frequently asked questions about abscesses: What is an abscess? Oral conditions like tooth decay, periodontal disease or cracked teeth can cause bacteria entering the innermost part of the tooth. Here is where the pulp resides, which is responsible… Read more »

Denture Types

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When a patient is missing most or all of their permanent teeth, our dentist may suggest dentures in , . These removable dental restorations can allow you to speak, smile, and eat properly again. What Are Dentures? Dentures are restorations that replace all of your missing teeth. A flesh-colored acrylic base sits over the gums…. Read more »

Oral Hygiene Habits

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Time to brush up on our brushing habits, eh? Sometimes our brushing becomes a mindless habit, and teeth don’t get as clean as they should. Here are steps to make sure you are taking great care of your teeth.   Brush: Brush your teeth for two minutes, twice a day. If you are just getting… Read more »

Strong Tooth Enamel Is Very Important for Maintaining Healthy Teeth

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Your tooth enamel is composed of a complex matrix of biological minerals. The density of these microscopic structures is what gives your teeth the durability to chew hard foods while also resisting tooth decay. If you have problems with maintaining good oral hygiene or you drink acidic beverages on a regular basis, it can develop… Read more »

The Best Smiles are Possible with Dentures

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Are you currently living with any lost or missing teeth? Are you attracted to tooth replacements such as dentures? No matter what your oral health care desires are, we can help you with your denture treatments. The best smiles are possible with denture care. Facts about dentures include: – Dentures can be removed nightly for… Read more »

What Is Dental Anxiety?

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If you feel stressed or anxious about visiting the dentist, you could be suffering from dental anxiety. Here at in , , Dr. understands that people have anxiety about dental treatments, which is why wants to give you a basic understanding of dental anxiety, and do everything in power to ensure you feel safe and… Read more »

An Untreated Cavity with an Abscess Might Require Surgical Extraction

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Cavities can sometimes go unnoticed, ignored, or untreated. When this happens, the tooth decay can start to penetrate deep into the root of the tooth. This can sometimes cause a toothache with an infected abscess in your gums. Without timely treatment at Dr. ’s clinic the bacterial presence can eventually pass to your bloodstream causing… Read more »

A Missing Premolar Can Benefit from a Dental Implant

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Your premolars reside between your front teeth and are responsible for helping bite off food. The molars in the back of your mouth are tasked with chewing. This means the premolars are called upon to aid both sets of teeth. When one is lost to severe decay or dental trauma, the impact on your oral… Read more »