Toothbrush Technique and Toothpaste To Use

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We know that the foundation for good oral hygiene is to brush your teeth twice a day for two minutes, and floss once daily. But what about the proper technique to brush? What sort of toothpaste should I use? Too many of us assume that a tough-bristled toothbrush and lots of abrasive toothpaste are the… Read more »

What Are the Benefits of Flossing?

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Flossing is an important task that helps you maintain a strong and healthy smile and oral health. Our , Dr. , strongly recommends flossing at least once a day. This means you can’t forget to floss or ignore the need for cleaning between your teeth. There are many benefits of flossing, and our dental team… Read more »

How to Maintain a Top-Notch Smile When Stressed

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When you’re stressed, your oral health and smile can be affected. In fact, there are many dental issues that can occur, like canker sores, gum recession, jaw pain, teeth grinding habits, and more. It’s best to do everything you can to keep your smile in tip-top shape when you’re stressed. To help you do so,… Read more »

Replace Your Missing Teeth with Durable Dental Bridges

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Replace your missing teeth with durable dental bridges. Dental bridges are a gorgeous and convenient tooth replacement service that will improve your smile without affecting your gums. Unlike dentures, which may be slightly unsteady while eating, or dental implants, which require a sturdy jawbone, dental bridges are directly connected to other teeth in your mouth… Read more »

Create an Improved Oral Health Identity with Crowns and Veneers

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When selecting a dental service between crowns and veneers, it is important to focus on the advantages of each. Although they both seek to radically improve the look of your teeth, they do so in somewhat different ways. Create an improved oral health identity with crowns and veneers. If your oral health care requires crowns… Read more »

What Is Sedation Dentistry and Why Is It Useful?

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Did you know there is an entire branch of dentistry dedicated to sedation? Many individuals suffer from what is known as dental anxiety and tend to get overly stressed or anxious even for the smallest of dental treatments, like routine check-ups. However, with various forms of sedation, you can be relaxed and given the treatment… Read more »

Adults and Orthodontics

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It’s hard enough to go into a new workplace or meet new people without the pressures of your smile. That is why, our team here at in , , offers orthodontic treatments to adults, so you can have a smile you feel proud to show off, no matter where you are in your life. Did… Read more »

How Can You Tell If Your TMJs Are Injured?

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How can you tell if your TMJs are injured? Your TMJs, also referred to as your temporomandibular joints, are joints in your jaw that play a pivotal role in your mouth’s ability to open and close. Some signs that they may be broken include irregular popping noises from your jaw, the inability to have full… Read more »

To Keep Your Smile Bright, Keep Your Brushing Simple

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To keep your smile bright, keep your brushing simple. Brush your teeth twice daily for at least 2 minutes each time. Do not over brush or rush your brushing. It’s not a race, nor is it a chore that should be completed as fast as possible. Take your time to clean all parts of your… Read more »

The Holidays: How to Combat Cavities

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The holidays are a wonderful time of year filled with family, friends, and lots and lots of sugary treats. While these treats may taste good, they can be harmful and damaging to your teeth and gums. So what can you do to keep your mouth healthy during the holidays? First, you should be choosy about… Read more »