General Dentistry

Tips to Overcome Dental Anxiety

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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10 Surprising Habits That Affect Your Teeth and Jaws

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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Facts About Fluoride

Have you ever wondered what fluoride is and why it’s in nearly every kind of toothpaste you can buy? Fluoride is extremely important for the health of our teeth and for our children’s teeth as well. Read on for some fluoride facts! What Is Fluoride? Flouride is a naturally occurring mineral that fights cavities by making teeth strong

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Should you be using charcoal toothpaste?

Natural remedies are very popular, and there can be many advantages to choosing products with natural ingredients to stay healthy and beautiful. Charcoal is just one of the latest trends for use as a natural ingredient in face masks, scrubs, and toothpastes – many people use it to remove stains and whiten teeth. Is charcoal toothpaste

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Things You Should Know About Your Dental Health (But Probably Don’t)

You’ve got enough going on in your life without worrying about your teeth – but healthy teeth and gums are an important part of staying healthy overall. Here is a list of things that you should be doing – or that you should stop doing – to keep your teeth in tip-top shape. You might be

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