Babys First Dentist Visit

New parents are instructed on when babies need vaccines and what milestones they should be reaching by certain ages, but do you know when a baby should first see the dentist?  It might shock you to know that it is suggested that you take you little one in as early as when the first tooth […]

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Keep Your Mouth Kissably Fresh

One thing that many people worry about on a daily basis is fresh breath.  But why wouldn’t we?  You wouldn’t want a first impression, first date, or even a conversation with your boss to make someone back away from you because of bad breath, would you?  And then there’s that embarrassing moment with a child […]

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To Be or Not To Be… Sedated at the Dentist

Some people wait far too long, even years, to see a dentist because of an intense fear of pain.  If this is you, there is no need to suffer for years with a toothache, broken or missing teeth, or bad breath because there is a way to avoid pain during procedures and to fix all […]

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Problems with Your Gums

Most people realize that their gums are an important part of their mouth and its health, but do you know what to look for when it comes to signs that something is wrong with your gums?  Do you know what problems may warrant a trip to the dentist?  If not, you are not alone.  Too […]

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Sensitive Teeth

If you find that cold drinks, hot soups, or even a chilly morning air cause you pain in your teeth, you may have a treatable condition of sensitive teeth.  It is quite common and often easy to care for, but it can also mean that there is something else wrong that requires the attention of […]

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Jaw Pain

Jaw pain can sometimes have us confused with its many other symptoms, like headaches, ringing or pain in the ears, tooth pain, and neck and shoulder pain. Serious jaw pain can stem from a problem called TMJ or TMD which often comes from clenching or grinding our teeth in our sleep or even while we […]

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Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth are the third set of molars and are the last to come in, usually in the later teenage years or early twenties.  Much too often, wisdom teeth do not have enough room to grow in correctly and become impacted.  Wisdom teeth can actually cause damage to other teeth because they grow in differently.  […]

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Keeping Teeth Strong Through Diet

Everyone has heard that an apple a day can keep the doctor away, but the same can be said about the dentist.  Between visits, people should take their oral health in their own hands to keep their mouths clean and happy.  There are foods that can help with this, and others that work against you.  […]

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Dry Mouth

The first step of the digestive process is that our mouths produce saliva to begin dissolving foods and help us swallow.  Saliva also helps to keep our mouths cleaner by controlling fungi and bacteria growth in the mouth and washing away left over food particles.  Having a persistent dry mouth is not uncommon; it actually […]

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Dental Implants

Sometimes, even when you try your hardest to keep up with a great dental hygiene routine and go to the dentist regularly, teeth need to be replaced.  It is natural as we age and can be due to injuries or hereditary reasons.  Dental implants are a great alternative to partial dentures and look completely natural.  […]

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