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  • Edentulism Doesn't Have to Ruin Your Smile

    Edentulism Doesn't Have to Ruin Your Smile Edentulism, the loss of all or most of your natural teeth, can have a profound effect on your life. Fortunately, dentists offer tooth replacement options that can restore your smile. The Facts About Edentulism Thanks to increased awareness of the importance

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  • Bad Breath

    Bad breath, officially known as halitosis, is a problem that plagues most people at some time in their life. While breath fresheners such as mints and gums can temporarily solve the issue, there are preventive measures that can be taken to stop bad breath before it starts.The best way to prevent bad

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  • Braces

    Orthodontics is a dental specialty, which means certain dentists receive advanced training to become a specialist in this area. Probably the most well known of the dental specialists, orthodontists have been specifically trained and certified to treat malocclusion, or "bad bite". Braces are a common

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  • Brushing & Flossing

    Adults should brush their teeth after every meal, or at least three times daily, and they should floss once every day. The reality is that many people have schedules that are too busy to permit brushing three times a day, but all children over three years of age and all adults should brush at least

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  • Cleanings & Polishing

    Professional Dental Cleaning Experienced dental professionals recommend that all people over the age of three brush their teeth three times a day and floss once daily. In reality, many people have busy schedules that make brushing three times daily difficult, but at the very minimum all adults should

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  • Dental Examinations

    Dental associations recommend that all patients over the age of three visit their family or general dentist every six months. During this visit, patients undergo a thorough dental cleaning and an in-depth examination of their teeth, gums, and entire mouth. The following procedures can be expected during

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  • Deep Scaling/Root Planing

    With the progression of time, plaque combines with minerals naturally occurring in the mouth to form tartar (also known as calculus). Tatar is much harder than plaque, and much more difficult to remove. Tartar adheres to the rough surfaces of a tooth, especially to the tooth roots, and is an excellent

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  • Family Dentistry

    A family dentistry practice is designed to serve patients of all ages, from small children to senior citizens. Similar to general dentistry, family dentistry is primarily preventive in scope and focuses on maintaining the patient's oral hygiene and tooth health. Patients of all ages require slightly

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  • Gingivitis

    Gingivitis is an infection in the gums, also known as a periodontal infection, and it is most commonly caused by poor oral hygiene. In its early stages, gingivitis is easily treated. If left untreated, gingivitis can lead to more serious gum infections like periodontitis, tooth loss, and even loss

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  • General Dentistry
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  • Gum Disease

    Gum disease is caused by bacteria that harm not only the gums surrounding a tooth, but also the connective tissues and bone structure beneath the gums. When these tissues and bone are extensively damaged, tooth loss is the result. In fact, gum disease is the leading cause of tooth loss amongst adults.

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  • Prevention & Care

    The two most important steps to keeping your teeth strong and healthy are regular dental visits and proper dental hygiene.Proper Dental HygieneProper dental hygiene is all about the fight against plaque. Since brushing and flossing are your best defenses against plaque, it is important to learn the

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  • Root Canals

    Though the term, "root canal" can strike fear into the hearts of many, root canal therapy is actually a common dental treatment for saving an abscessed tooth.Why would I need a root canal?The hard outer layers of a tooth are designed to protect the soft center, which is full of nerves and blood vessels.

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  • Sealants

    Some people, especially kids, are very prone to getting cavities no matter how much they brush. If this sounds like you or someone in your family, you may want to ask your dentist about sealants. Sealants are an extra layer of defense against tooth decay for children or cavity-prone adults. Your

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  • Teeth Sensitivity

    If you've ever felt a shooting pain when you eat something cold or hot, drink cold or hot liquids, or breathe in really cold air, you could be experiencing tooth sensitivity. Sensitive teeth are a very common problem, and one your dentist can effectively treat at your next appointment.Why are my teeth

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  • Tooth Decay Prevention

    When the enamel coating surrounding healthy teeth breaks down, tooth decay is the result. Tooth decay leads to the destruction of tooth structure and the development of cavities, or holes, in the teeth. Tooth decay affects millions of people, yet is easily prevented. The following are some of the

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