5 Reasons to Visit your Dentist every 6 Months

woman smilingDo you really need to go the dentist every 6 months? This one is easy – the answer is YES!

1. Brushing and Flossing Can’t get Everything

Brushing and flossing regularly is critical for good oral hygiene. However, they alone cannot completely clean your teeth.… Read more

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How to Partner with Your Dentist to Treat Gum Disease

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Healthy teeth are important, but don’t overlook your gums. Gum disease affects almost half of American adults and can lead to many long-term health problems. Understanding the signs and symptoms of gum disease is the best way to insure you keep a clean bill of oral health.… Read more

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Oral Cancer Prevention

According to the Oral Cancer Foundation, oral cancer has an above-average rate of fatality when compared to other forms of cancer. Not because it isn’t a treatable or curable disease, but partly because it is not typically diagnosed until the disease has had time to advance.… Read more

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7 Ways to Improve Your Smile

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Knowing what options you have when it comes to improving your smile is a great place to start when seeking out dental treatments. Improving the appearance of your teeth improves your smile, so finding out the benefits of each treatment can help make your smile shine bright.… Read more

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Benefits of Dental Sedation

woman getting dental sedation treatmentMany people feel apprehensive or experience anxiety before visiting the dentist, especially if the visit requires procedures other than a scheduled cleaning. Whether it’s a filling or a root canal, dental work isn’t at the top of most people’s list.

However, it’s important not to put off any recommended dental work, because minor problems left untreated can become big problems, causing pain and major damage.… Read more

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Am I a Candidate for Dental Implants?

dentist explaining dental implants to patientIf you are missing a tooth or teeth, then you may be considering dental implants. A dental implant is a replacement tooth root made of titanium that is rooted in your jawbone to hold a replacement tooth or bridge.

Dental implants are the best possible replacements for real teeth.… Read more

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Oral Health Resolutions in the New Year

happy coupleDid you know that your oral health has a direct correlation with your overall health? Any oral health issue you have, big or small, can affect your health in another part of your body; and vice versa, a health problem you may have in another part of your body can manifest warning signs, and cause oral health issues, in your mouth.… Read more

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5 Things You Need to Know About Dental Implants

dental implantYears ago dentures and bridges were the only way to replace a missing tooth (or teeth). These methods are known to cause discomfort to wearer, as well as have a fairly meticulous maintenance routine.

Well, move over dentures because dental implants are the new black.… Read more

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Back to the Basics: Plaque vs. Tartar


The terms Plaque and Tartar are very common; we see them on toothpaste boxes, we hear them on mouthwash commercials and we talk about them with our dentists, but do we really know what they are? Plaque and tartar can both build up on your teeth, but do you know the difference between the two?… Read more

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What is TMJ?

The TMJ, also known as the Temporomandibular Joint, is the joint on either side of your head, just in front of your ear, that connects the jawbone to the skull. The TMJ controls jaw movement and flexibility, allowing us to chew, talk and move our mouths in any way.… Read more

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