The American Dental Association

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Have you ever been walking down the oral health aisle at the grocery store, and see products labeled with an “ADA Seal of Approval?” Chances are, you’ve seen it more often than you’d realize. But few people know what the ADA stands for, or why their seal of approval is so important. Today, we’re going… Read more »

Your Finest Smile Should Include Brushing and Flossing Routines

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The importance of brushing and flossing your teeth cannot be understated. Brushing and flossing are extremely important for your oral hygiene as it will help decrease your risk of tooth decay and plaque buildup in your mouth. Due to the fact that harmful debris tends to linger in your mouth after eating meals, it is… Read more »

Chewing Gum Can Aid Your Oral Health

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Many people would love to know a simple way to improve their oral health. Brushing your teeth morning and night and flossing once daily are a given. However, did you know that chewing gum can aid your oral health? That’s right! If the gum is sugar-free, it can help prevent cavities. Studies show that chewing… Read more »

Do You Have Gum Disease? Find Out Here.

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Gum disease is one of the major causes of tooth corrosion. As many as 47.2 percent of U.S. adults 30 or older live with some form of periodontitis, so we’re continually seeing for it in our , , office. Here are a few basics on gum disease to aid you to know what you can… Read more »

Principles Concerning Thumb Sucking

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Thumb-sucking in children is a completely common part of growing up, but it is bad for their oral health. Lengthy thumb sucking sessions cause a child’s teeth to grow in improperly and even stunt the growth of teeth. To ensure your child’s future smile will be great, encourage and aid them to stop thumb sucking… Read more »

Is Your Smile Ready for the Sunny Days That Lie Ahead?

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Is your smile ready for the sunny days that lie ahead in what is hopefully your best summer yet? If you want the improve your outlook on the year, you can begin by enhancing and upgrading your smile with improved oral health care treatments. This summer, protect yourself with these oral health care tips: –… Read more »

The Facts and Care Tips About Baby Teeth

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Having a new baby is an exciting time in your life. However, it can also be stressful, especially if you don’t know much about each stage in your child’s life. But, there is a quick way you can fix that: By asking questions and doing your research. To help you, Dr. and our dental team… Read more »

The Dental Issues to Look Out for While Swimming

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Did you know swimming could take a toll on your oral health and smile? Well, it’s true. In fact, there are many problems that can occur at the swimming pool. You could experience one or more of the following: –Swimmer’s calculus: Swimmer’s calculus is a dental issue that many experience if they spend more than… Read more »

Complete Your Smile with Dentures

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Having dentures can help you in more ways than giving you a beautiful smile. Did you know, having dentures can also help you eat or talk normally when you have missing teeth? Well, it’s true! Thousands of people have turned to dentures to help them with a smile restoration and to help them eat some… Read more »

How to Care for Your Teeth This Halloween

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As pumpkin season begins to hit full swing, it is important to not forget your oral health needs. Nine months of hard work on your teeth, can be easily eradicated in the space of a few awful weeks, if you don’t continue to take care of your mouth. Here are a few tips for caring… Read more »