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Finding out that you need oral surgery can hit you like a ton of bricks. We get it. Just the very word “surgery” can fill anyone’s head with uncertainty about the procedure and subsequent recovery. It’s possible to reduce the need for oral surgery by taking care of your mouth, but sometimes oral surgery is […]

It’s bad enough when something goes wrong with your tooth, but when you hear the words crown or implant, you probably can’t help but cringe. So, what’s the deal with dental crowns and implants? And, what’s the difference? Dental work is never fun, but sometimes, it’s necessary for your oral and overall health. What’s most […]

So, you were told you need a root canal, but do you really? You’ve been seeing your current dentist for a long time, but you don’t think his or her latest diagnoses concerning your oral health sound exactly right. You might be right. Sometimes a patient doesn’t really need the expensive procedures their dentist recommends. […]

By now, you’ve probably all heard the buzz circulating activated charcoal and its ability to whiten teeth. You probably also have lots of questions about it. What exactly is this product? How does it supposedly magically whiten our teeth? Is it safe? Health trends come and go, so it can be difficult to know which […]

Do your gums bleed when you brush or floss? You may have periodontal disease. Most people ignore their bleeding gums, because it is usually painless. But, this is one symptom that should not be ignored. Periodontal disease, otherwise known as gum disease, is surprisingly common. According to the National Institutes of Health, about half half […]

The new year is an extremely busy time for everyone…except for most dentist offices. And now that the crazy holiday season is over, it’s the perfect time for returning and new patients to come in for their regular checkups. Most dental health benefits expire at the end of December, but the new year resets health […]

Just like replacing your favorite pair of shoes, changing your toothbrush really depends on you and your habits. Your usage, health, and personal preferences should all be considered when deciding when to replace your toothbrush. If you’re brushing your teeth with a worn-out toothbrush, you’re not really getting all of the benefits that brushing can […]

You’ve heard the phrase, “you are what you eat.” Well, what you eat also has a major impact on your teeth. Certain foods can stain or damage your teeth, so it’s important to know what to eat. Paying attention to what you eat helps keep your teeth healthy and strong. Some foods can put your […]

The holidays are here. Your calendar is probably full of family gatherings and parties. Your co-workers keep bringing cookies and snacks to the office. And, there’s just generally a lot going on. This time of year, it’s easy to let your guard down and forget about your dental routine. Things are hectic enough, but you […]

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