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Caring For Your Oral Health During Pregnancy

A woman’s body experiences significant changes during pregnancy, but she probably doesn’t give much thought to what’s happening to her teeth. However, a pregnant woman’s mouth undergoes various changes due to hormonal fluctuations associated with carrying a baby. Because of this, it can lead to more cavities and other dental problems. Change Your Toothpaste –Read more

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How Teeth Change With Age

When we first start out in life, we grow a set of small baby teeth, and then as we age, we lose them to make room for our permanent teeth. But how exactly do our permanent teeth change as we age? Gravity, grinding, and tea and coffee stains all contribute to changes in our teeth.Read more

Looking for a Solution to Replace One or More Missing Teeth?

Although everyone isn’t a candidate for dental implants, it’s an excellent choice for most patients who have good general and oral health.  Dental implants are superior to removable dental prosthetics or fixed bridgework. If you’d like to learn more, here’s a quick rundown of the treatment sequence: Step 1 – Place the Implant “Root.” TheRead more

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Sugar and Teeth

You’ve heard it before. Sugar is bad for your teeth. But it’s not actually the sugar that damages the teeth, which means we can potentially keep enjoying our favorite candy. That sounds pretty sweet! Become educated on the process of how sugary food and beverages impact your teeth so you can take the right stepsRead more

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Healthy Snacks for Healthy Teeth

When life gets busy it can be tempting to reach for convenient processed foods that lack nutritional value. It’s easy to ignore the long-term damages of these foods when they give us seemingly harmless satisfaction in the short run.  Healthy food often doesn’t get the recognition it deserves. It’s not only good for our bodies,Read more

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Periodontal Disease – What You Need To Know

Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, is an infection that occurs around the teeth. It is caused by bacteria found in the plaque build-up that forms around the gum line. It starts in the gums, and if left untreated, can spread to the cementum (which covers the tooth root), the periodontal ligament, and evenRead more