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Tips For Eating When You’re Dealing With Mouth Conditions

Eating is supposed to be an enjoyable experience.  However, certain dental and mouth conditions can make eating not only a nuisance but also a painful task.  While not eating isn’t an option, choosing what you eat can lessen both issues

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Receding Gums: How to prevent receding gums and what can be done about them

Receding gums are a condition where your gums pull back from the tooth surface, exposing the root surfaces of your teeth. Receding gums are most common in adults 40 and over. For this reason, it’s often misconceived as a normal

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The Effects of Sugar On Your Teeth: Halloween Edition

As the ghosts and ghouls make their way through the Halloween festivities, there’s one thing to keep in mind: sugar can seriously damage those pearly fangs. Your mouth is full of hundreds of bacteria. Most of them are necessary to

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Planning ahead: Tips for picking a dental insurance plan during open enrollment

Picking dental insurance during open enrollment may seem like a headache, but we’ve broken it down for you in a way that will help you make the right decision. Remember, dental health is a key factor in your overall body

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Simple Ways to Prevent Periodontal Disease

Periodontal disease is when bacteria in plaque builds up between the gums and teeth. This causes major inflammation in your mouth  which can force the gums and supporting bone structure to deteriorate. To make matters worse, gum disease has been

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What to do if you’ve broken a tooth?

You went out with some friends and decided to play a little mini golf. You’re laughing and having a great time. As your best friend draws back to hit the ball into the windmill lighthouse, the shot goes wild. Suddenly

Posted in Cosmetic Dentistry, Dental Health


Ways to Deal with TMJ

If you have pain when you chew or yawn, you may already be familiar with TMJ. TMJ, also known as temporomandibular disorder, is usually caused by inflammation of the chewing muscles. Here are some great ways to deal with TMJ!

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Your Oral Health Matters…And Not Just For Your Teeth!

In years past, medical professionals were not making connections between oral health and overall health and wellness. New research suggests that the two are very much connected. Called the oral-systemic connection, studies are beginning to make links between the health

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The Great Debate: The Fluoride in Our Water – Why Fluoride is in our water systems and why there’s a debate going on about it.

Water fluoridation is the addition of fluoride (derived from fluorine) to public water supplies for the purpose of reducing cavities.  Currently 74.6% or 190 million people in the United States have fluoridated water in their homes. Why do communities add

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Dental X-Rays: What Are They & Why Are They Helpful?

Get The Skinny On Dental X-Rays: When you go to the dentist and they take pictures of your teeth, these include photos of the teeth, bones, and delicate tissues around them to help uncover potential issues with the teeth, mouth,

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