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Can Poor Dental Hygiene Cause Heart Disease?

June 15, 2024

Poor dental hygiene might impact more than just your smile; it could also affect your heart health. Bacteria from inflamed gums can enter your bloodstream, potentially causing inflammation in the arteries. Studies suggest a link between gum disease and increased risk of heart disease, highlighting the importance of good oral care. Find out more about how […]

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Tips to Overcome Dental Anxiety

May 30, 2024

Dental anxiety is a common feeling that affects numerous individuals. It involves nervousness or fear related to dental visits. This anxiety can range from slight unease to severe phobia, impacting one’s willingness to seek necessary dental care. It is worth knowing that you’re not alone in this experience. It’s a natural response, and acknowledging your feelings is […]

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Why Are Porcelain Veneers Called Instant Orthodontics?

May 15, 2024

You might be able to achieve the smile makeover you’ve been wanting with porcelain veneers. Your teeth’s front surface is covered by these thin, precisely designed shells that are produced to order. Why choose them? They excel in enhancing your teeth’s color, shape, size, or length, offering a natural and appealing look. The key lies […]

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How Invisalign® Moves Your Teeth

April 30, 2024

Invisalign® is the leading alternative to braces, and it has many benefits over conventional orthodontic treatment. The greatest benefit of Invisalign is the ability to straighten your teeth and achieve a healthier bite without the need for invasive brackets or metal wires. Using clear aligner trays and possibly attachments, Invisalign shifts your smile into the optimal […]

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5 Ways to Stop Grinding Your Teeth

April 10, 2024

Teeth grinding is a common habit that affects up to half the population, and around 5% of people regularly and forcefully grind their teeth. The official name for teeth grinding is bruxism. You can have sleeping or awake bruxism, but both are harmful to your teeth. Grinding your teeth can cause them to wear down, a condition known […]

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10 Surprising Habits That Affect Your Teeth and Jaws

March 15, 2024
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Everyone knows brushing their teeth is important for good oral health. But there are some everyday habits people have that can worsen their dental health and even lead to or worsen TMJ dysfunction. Part of our jobs in preventative dentistry is informing patients about surprising habits that may be negatively impacting their oral health. Do you do […]

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Do Electric Toothbrushes Help Fight Gum Disease?

March 1, 2024

If you have gum disease, early intervention is key. Dental cleanings are beneficial, but the at-home work you do each day ultimately affects the state of your oral health. Daily brushing and flossing are essential to lifelong dental wellness. When it comes to gum disease, electric toothbrushes may have advantages over manual ones, such as improved plaque […]

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How to Choose a Good Dentist

February 15, 2024

Your dentist plays an essential role in your primary healthcare. In addition to helping you prevent oral health diseases, they also protect you by screening for signs of oral cancer, addressing TMJ pain, and managing various conditions that affect your mouth. Choosing the right dentist is important, but you may not know where to start. Here are […]

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6 Ways to Get a Brighter Smile by Valentine’s Day

February 1, 2024

With Valentine’s Day coming up, you may look into teeth whitening to help you feel your best. Whether you have a special date or are celebrating yourself this year, these easy tips will help you get a brighter smile for February 14th! See Your Dentist for In-Office Whitening The fastest way to transform your smile’s color is […]

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National Popcorn Day: How to Remove a Kernel From Your Gums

January 15, 2024

National Popcorn Day is the perfect occasion to sit down with a bowl of popcorn and a good movie, but having a kernel stuck in your gums is a painful problem that happens far more often than we would like. If you find yourself in need of an emergency dentist, we are here to help. This […]

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