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Bridgework And Your Smile

If you are missing even just one tooth, replacement is important.  Missing teeth may cause bone loss in your jaw, increase your risk of losing more teeth, and cause your other teeth to shift placement. Replacing your tooth or multiple teeth can help to prevent some of these potential risks. When considering the options available… Read more »

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Reasons To Choose Dental Bonding

Do you find yourself a bit shy when it comes to smiling? Do you dread taking pictures because you worry about that small chip on your front tooth? Do your teeth make you feel too insecure to smile confidently? Your smile should aid in your confidence not take away from it. Cosmetic dentistry may be… Read more »

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A Guide To Prevention

The most important part of keeping your gums and teeth healthy is preventing problems before they arise. Both gum disease and tooth decay are among the most common chronic conditions that Americans face, and both gum disease and tooth decay can be prevented. Issues that come up can be treated early to prevent the issue… Read more »

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Laser Treating Cold Sores

Your dentist cares about keeping your entire mouth looking and feeling healthy, not just your teeth. This includes keeping your lips and gums healthy, too. Cold sores are blisters that erupt on the lips and cause irritation to your mouth. They can be painful, itchy, contagious, and embarrassing. Cold sores are caused by the herpes… Read more »

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The Problems Caused By Grinding Your Teeth

Does stress cause you to you clench your jaw during the day? Do you wake up with pain in your jaw or headaches almost every morning? You may be grinding your teeth while you sleep. Teeth grinding, also known as bruxism, can cause damage to your teeth. It can cause frequent headaches. Grinding your teeth can… Read more »

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What You Eat Affects Your Oral Health

Healthy choices and mindful eating improve your overall health, but they also make a big impact on your oral health. Your mouth is the entrance for the food and drink entering your body. Bad choices affect your mouth first before the rest of the body. Food and drink that are sugary or filled with carbohydrates… Read more »

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Why Do I Need A Dental Filling?

Even with the most diligent oral hygiene and mindful eating and drinking, cavities can happen. Once a cavity has formed in your tooth, a small hole has been created in the enamel, the hard outer layer of the tooth. The decay will grow and the hole will get larger over time. If left untreated, the… Read more »

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Do You Want A Brighter Smile?

The goal of regular visits to your dentist for dental treatment is to keep your smile healthy and free of dental diseases like gingivitis or tooth decay. Although your overall oral health is top priority, it’s also important that you feel confident in your smile. Over time, your teeth can begin to stain after years… Read more »

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Totally Rehabilitate Your Smile

Have you been living with a less than optimal smile your whole life? Does restoring your oral health require more than just a crown or filling can accomplish? If your mouth has suffered extensive damage and needs a complete overhaul, your dentist can provide you with full-mouth rehabilitation. Your dentist can totally rehabilitate your smile;… Read more »

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Putting An End To Chronic Jaw Pain

Chronic jaw pain, and a lessened ability to bite, chew, and speak comfortably, could be the consequence of TMJ dysfunction. If your temporomandibular joints (TMJs) come out of their proper alignment, it can lead to operational difficulties. You can also experience headaches, and pain in your face and neck – this is because your jaw… Read more »

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