What You Should Know About Your Toothbrush

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You probably know that there are a few things you’ll need to do if you’re hoping to keep your teeth clean. For example, you probably know that you should visit our dentist for regular cleanings. This is important because our team will be able to remove tartar that you won’t be able to clean from… Read more »

Prescription-Strength Fluoride Supplements Can Reduce Your Chances of Suffering Tooth Decay

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Your teeth are protected by a strong outer layer of tooth enamel. While this gives them the ability to bite and chew common foods, the mineral density of tooth enamel also prevents bacteria from developing tooth decay. Unfortunately, it is possible for the acidic foods and beverages you consume and the pervasive bacteria to erode… Read more »

Saving an Infected Tooth from Extraction

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Dr. and our team have been helping patients in , , with their oral health needs for a long time, and our goal is to support your oral health needs to help you maintain strong, healthy smiles. If you are currently experiencing pain from a tooth which might be infected, you might require a root… Read more »

A Severe Lip Injury Often Requires Immediate First Aid

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Accidentally biting your lip while you’re chewing gum or eating a meal is rarely a cause for concern. Yet, there are some rare instances when a blow to the face or other oral trauma can cause a more significant lip injury. In a situation like this, your dentist, Dr. , offers these key insights to… Read more »

A Tooth Suffering from Untreated Tooth Decay Might Need Treatment with a Crown

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When poor oral hygiene habits allow tooth decay to exploit an otherwise healthy tooth, the complications can be significant. Without early treatment, the decay can exacerbate and spread deep into the critical internal structures of the tooth. To prevent this from happening, your dentist, Dr. , might recommend restoring the entire tooth enamel layer with… Read more »

Your Oral Health Care Is Easier Than You Think

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Your oral health care is easier than you think. Taking care of your teeth does not need to be a round-the-clock chore but rather a daily exercise with minimal effort intended to strengthen and solidify your oral health care habits as a small part of your life. Even simple tasks such as brushing and flossing… Read more »

Give Yourself the Gift of a Great Smile for the Holidays

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Give yourself the gift of a great smile for the holidays. A smile can light up any room and bring immense joy to those closest to you. For those individuals nearest and dearest to your heart, consider crafting a better smile for a better tomorrow. Everyone benefits from optimum oral health, so consider doing your… Read more »

Teething Signs

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Do you have an infant who is about to start teething at any moment? If so, then our team is happy to help you know what to look for! When a child is teething, there are many symptoms involved. Some of the symptoms you can look for include: -Drooling: One of the most common symptoms… Read more »

How Dental X-Rays Help Us See What Your Smile Is Doing

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Dr. and our team at in , , employ digital radiography, also known as digital X-rays to spot exactly what is happening in your mouth. Our goal is to discover problems before they become serious and while treatment options are least invasive and costly. We take dental X-rays for the following reasons: To check for decay… Read more »

Spook Cavities Away with Oral Care

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This Halloween, why not keep cavities at bay with proper oral care and treatment? Here at , we strive to keep your smile healthy. That is why our team has provided you with these tips-and-tricks to help you win the fight against cavities this festive and candy-filled season. The tips-and-tricks to help ward off cavities… Read more »