Mar 29 2018
When to have wisdom teeth removed

How Long should I Wait to get my Wisdom Teeth Out?

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Wisdom teeth may sound like they’re a good thing, but they can frequently cause problems as they come in. For this reason, many people have them removed, but patients often want to know whether it’s better to have them taken out earlier or later. In this blog, the dentists at Central Avenue Dental in Valley […]

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Mar 22 2018
Genetics and Oral Health

Is Oral Health Genetic?

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Could your oral health lie within your genes? You make sure to practice good oral hygiene, yet you still experience cavities and other dental issues. That’s because the dental issues you’re experiencing could be linked to your genes. Genetics and Tooth Decay Research has shown that genetic variations influence the rate of dental caries. Specifically, […]

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Feb 27 2018
Central Avenue Dental - Stress and Oral Health

Can Stress Cause Cavities?

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Stress is an unavoidable fact of our everyday lives. Uncontrolled stress can impact your immune system, sleep habits, digestive system and your mental health. Too much stress can also significantly affect your oral health. Stress can cause teeth, gum and other oral structure health issues. Common Oral Health Issues Related To Stress Cavities – When you’re […]

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Feb 23 2018
Central Avenue Dental - Do I have a cavity?

Do I have a Cavity?

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Cavities are holes or structural damage in teeth, and it’s the second most common condition in adults and children. Only the common cold is experienced more frequently than cavities. Cavities, also known as tooth decay or caries, can form due to a variety of reasons including frequent snacking, drinking sugar-sweetened drinks and not cleaning your […]

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Jan 30 2018
Central Avenue Dental - Are Toothpicks Bad

Are Toothpicks Bad for your Teeth?

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Toothpicks have become common fixtures at the checkout stands at many restaurants, and it can be tempting to reach for one to try to discreetly remove a piece of food stuck between your teeth. But in many cases, you can be doing more harm than good. Toothpicks are usually made of plastic or wood and […]

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Jan 26 2018
Central Avenue Dental - New Years Resolutions for Better Oral Hygeine

New Year’s Resolutions for Your Teeth

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The new year is the perfect time to start new habits to have better oral hygiene and by focusing on your oral health, you’ll also be improving your overall well-being. Add these important but highly achievable habits for a healthier mouth to your list of resolutions this year: 1. Begin flossing on a regular basis. […]

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Dec 29 2017
Young people at a holiday party

Keeping Your Teeth Clean this Holiday Season

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The holidays are a culinary delight where parties and family get-togethers constantly offer you something tasty to eat. When you’re enjoying face-time with all your favorite people – and some of your favorite dishes – don’t forget about dental hygiene. It’s easy to overlook tooth and gum care in the festive (and hectic!) winter holidays. […]

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Dec 26 2017
Young woman looking at white teeth

What Causes White Spots on Teeth?

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What are those white spots on your teeth? They could be harmless or a sign that you need to see a dentist to have them checked. Find out more about what causes these white spots to appear and what you can do about them. Causes of White Spots You can develop white spots on your […]

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Nov 16 2017
woman sipping coffee at work

How Bad is Coffee for My Teeth?

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Brushing, flossing, and seeing the dentist regularly are the three pillars of dental health most people are familiar with. While all of these are essential, it’s important to recognize that your diet can have a very substantial impact on your teeth as well. What Does Coffee Do to Your Teeth? There are two main ways […]

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Oct 27 2017
Patient getting teeth cleaned

How Often Should I Get My Teeth Cleaned?

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Keeping your teeth free of plaque and tartar significantly lowers your risk of developing tooth decay and other dental problems. Brushing two or three times per day at home helps keep your teeth clean, but it doesn’t fully remove harmful buildup. In order to do that, you need to have your teeth cleaned at the […]

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