3 10, 2017

A Clean Mouth Is A Healthy Mouth

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There are several things that you can do to help maintain your oral health. It’s important to stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water throughout your day, not only is it good for your general health but it can also relieve the symptoms of chronic dry mouth. If your drinking water is fluoridated you can [...]

26 09, 2017

Take Care Of Yourself

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Most people are a little on edge about a pending dental procedure. They may be afraid of feeling pain or dreading the injection of local anesthetic that will prevent it. Whatever the cause for concern it rarely has to do with what may happen AFTER the procedure. There are specific care instructions associated with root [...]

19 09, 2017

You’re Not Impervious To Tooth Decay

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Children are more prone to tooth decay while adults are more apt to suffer from some form of gum disease. The likelihood of getting a cavity does decrease as you age but you are not totally immune. Some of the causes of adult tooth decay are different from the reasons that children get cavities but [...]

12 09, 2017

Chronic Dry Mouth Is Persistent

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There are many reasons why you may experience the feeling of having a dry mouth every now and then. It could be associated with being put in an awkward social position, or feeling anxious about making a business presentation in front of a roomful of executives. These are a fairly common phenomenon but chronic “dry [...]

5 09, 2017

Make Your Appointment Today

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Even if you’re the best brusher and flosser that ever was you should still have an in-office professional teeth cleaning done at least every six months in order to prevent plaque buildup. Plaque is the bad guy in the fight against gum disease and tooth decay. We can’t totally eliminate the presence of plaque on [...]