The Importance of Regular Dental Checkups

Regular dental checkups are synonymous with excellent dental health. The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends routine dental visits as instructed by the dentist to maintain optimal oral wellness. Here are more reasons why you should drop by your dentist’s regularly;

Stronger, Cleaner Teeth

This is probably one of the most prominent benefits that comes with routine visits to the dentist.… Read more

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Zoom In-office Whitening vs. Take-Home Whitening Trays

A beautiful smile is a great way to create a first impression. It’s no surprise that thousands of people are seeking teeth-whitening treatments and to obtain the perfect smile. To whiten the teeth, people are continually using Zoom, a popular, safe and effective teeth-whitening product.… Read more

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Dental Digital X-Rays

digital x-ray resultsDentists use x-ray imaging for a number of reasons in the dental office and most patients who have regular visits will have a set of full x-rays at least once every two years. Dentists often make x-rays a part of normal routine dental health care to check for early signs of decay, ensure proper teeth growth and alignment, and view a patient’s bite.… Read more

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Cosmetic Dentistry: Makeover Your Smile

If you’re unhappy with your smile, you might be a candidate for cosmetic dentistry. People choose cosmetic dentistry for different reasons. Some people have generally healthy teeth and choose to change their smile for cosmetic purposes only. Others have dental problems and need to restore their teeth to fully functioning, healthy teeth.… Read more

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What is Occlusal Disease?

User-uploaded image: file.jpegOcclusion, when used in the dental context, means the coming together of the upper and lower teeth, which is also known loosely as your bite.” Your bite is important because occlusal issues can lead to other, more severe problems.
There are three main diseases that most commonly affect our teeth: tooth decay (cavities), gum (periodontal) disease and bite (occlusal) disease.… Read more
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What is Halitosis?

Halitosis, or bad breath, is a condition that affects people of all ages. Although it is common, this problem is often embarrassing and may even cause anxiety for some people. Fortunately, all types of halitosis can be improved with the right treatment.… Read more

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Six Tips to Prevent and Treat Temperature Sensitive Teeth

Patients commonly experience tooth sensitivity to certain foods and, especially, to hot and cold temperatures. Breathing in cold air, enjoying a scoop of ice cream, or sipping a cup of hot cocoa can all be painful events for an individual with sensitive teeth.… Read more

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Grinding Your Teeth: What You Need to Know

woman smilingOur upper and lower teeth are designed to float against each other, with surface contact of any force happening when we bite into or chew our food. However, many people suffer from jaw clenching or unnatural tooth grinding that can compromise the integrity of their teeth, causing wearing, cracking, jaw impairments and other health issues.… Read more

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5 Reasons to Visit your Dentist every 6 Months

woman smilingDo you really need to go the dentist every 6 months? This one is easy – the answer is YES!

1. Brushing and Flossing Can’t get Everything

Brushing and flossing regularly is critical for good oral hygiene. However, they alone cannot completely clean your teeth.… Read more

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How to Partner with Your Dentist to Treat Gum Disease

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Healthy teeth are important, but don’t overlook your gums. Gum disease affects almost half of American adults and can lead to many long-term health problems. Understanding the signs and symptoms of gum disease is the best way to insure you keep a clean bill of oral health.… Read more

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