Sep 13 2018
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Why Should You Get a Regular Teeth Cleaning?

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It’s easy to put off regular dental visits and assume that if you’re not experiencing any pain, you don’t have a problem. But regular teeth cleanings play an important role in dental care. Although daily brushing and flossing are important, they need to be supplemented by regular teeth cleanings. These visits are an essential part […]

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Jun 13 2018
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Regular Toothbrush vs. Electric Toothbrush

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Electric toothbrushes are very popular, but are they significantly better than manual ones? Research shows that there may be a mild difference in total plaque accumulation when comparing health outcomes between people who use manual versus electric toothbrushes. That difference does become more pronounced as the months go by, too. When it comes to preventing […]

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Dec 29 2017
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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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Nov 16 2017
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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
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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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Jul 20 2017
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Can You go to the Dentist While Pregnant?

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It’s important to take care of your overall health while pregnant, and dental care is no exception. Pregnancy can have an impact on your oral hygiene, which can, in turn, affect your developing baby. Pregnancy gingivitis Pregnancy hormones can cause your gums to become inflamed, swollen, or tender. You may notice that your gums bleed […]

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Feb 1 2017
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The Good Food, the Bad Food, & the Tooth Decay

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It’s not interesting to stay away from sugary delicacies like candies and cookies, but, when it comes to protecting your teeth from tooth decay, your choice of food is vital. To help prevent tooth decay, here is a list of food choices that you should avoid and ones that you should keep. Food to Avoid […]

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Dec 22 2016
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How Do I Know if I Have a Cavity?

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Have you been ignoring tooth pain or do you suffer from sensitivity to hot and cold foods in one or more teeth? If this describes you, chances are the pain won’t just go away. You may have a cavity, which is a serious dental issue you shouldn’t ignore. By having your dentist treat your cavity […]

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Sep 19 2016
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Teeth Whitening: At-Home or In Office?

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  Nowadays, it seems like everyone is whitening their teeth. Consumers can choose to have their dentist perform a professional teeth whitening or attempt a DIY (do it yourself) teeth-whitening project at home. There are meaningful differences between each approach. Let’s take a look at each of these teeth whitening methods to help you determine […]

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Aug 8 2016
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The Teeth Cleaning Advantages of an Electric Toothbrush

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Good oral hygiene offers one of the best defenses against cavities and other oral health problems. You should be brushing a minimum of twice a day, and flossing is important too. Since brushing your teeth is so important, you want to make the most of your daily brushing, ensuring that you remove food particles and […]

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