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A Holistic Approach to Dental Restoration

Posted on: Sunday, May 20th, 2018

You deserve to smile widely and with confidence, but missing or decaying teeth make that nearly impossible. In addition, a mouth without all teeth cannot function properly, which means that you experience difficulties chewing and talking. Dental restorations can replace your missing teeth, but not all dental restorations are created equally. It is important for […]

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Invisalign®: The Benefits of Straight Teeth

Posted on: Thursday, May 10th, 2018

The process of getting straight, beautiful teeth has always been associated with uncomfortable and unsightly metal braces, but Invisalign® offers a much more pleasant experienced with superior results. If you want to properly align your teeth without enduring the pain and embarrassment of standard braces, Invisalign® is exactly what you need. What Is Invisalign?

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Heavy Metal Toxicity: Are You at Risk?

Posted on: Friday, April 20th, 2018

Environmental toxicity has become a leading cause of disease in recent years. Unlike bacteria and infections that we resolve with medication, environmental toxins like heavy metals pervade nearly everything that we use, touch, eat, and drink. Are you at risk of heavy metal toxicity? The answer, unfortunately, is most likely “yes.” What Is Heavy Metal […]

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What is Oral Cancer?

Posted on: Tuesday, April 10th, 2018

Cancer has become nothing short of an epidemic in our nation, but some cancers are not as widely recognized as they should be. Oral cancer is one of them! Cancer of the mouth is a serious yet highly preventable condition that needs to be diagnosed and treated as quickly as possible. Since this April marks […]

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Teeth Grinding: Why Does It Affect Your Dental Health?

Posted on: Tuesday, March 20th, 2018

Teeth grinding, also known as bruxism, is a dangerous habit that significantly affects your dental health. But most people don’t even realize they are vulnerable to the mashing, clenching, and gnashing actions that can wear down their teeth! Since the majority of grinding occurs during sleep, you may be one of the millions of Americans […]

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Everything You Should Know about pH and Dental Health

Posted on: Saturday, March 10th, 2018

When was the last time you contemplated the role of pH in your daily life? Maybe 10th grade chemistry class? Most of us don’t realize that pH isn’t just a part of a science lesson; it is a concept that impacts your body’s wellness every single day. In fact, pH is especially relevant when it […]

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How to Maintain Strong Dental Health

Posted on: Tuesday, February 20th, 2018

Strong dental health doesn’t happen by accident. If you want an enviably white and beautiful smile, you need to commit yourself to a thorough oral care routine every day and night. This is important not just for your teeth, but also for the rest of your body! The condition of your mouth influences your overall […]

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Nutrition and Its Relationship with Your Family’s Dental Health

Posted on: Saturday, February 10th, 2018

We are taught from an early age to brush our teeth every day, but did you know that brushing isn’t nearly enough to ensure lasting oral health? The truth is, if brushing is the only step you take to protect your teeth, you are still vulnerable to cavities, tooth loss, and gum disease. Nutrition is […]

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How to Prevent Tooth Decay

Posted on: Tuesday, January 16th, 2018

We all know that brushing your teeth is an important component of preventing tooth decay, but it is far from the only oral care responsibility you have. The truth is, preventing tooth decay requires a comprehensive approach of eating the right foods, cleaning your mouth thoroughly, and visiting your dentist regularly. If you are careful […]

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Dealing with Sensitive Teeth

Posted on: Tuesday, January 2nd, 2018

The sensation caused by sensitive teeth is nearly impossible to describe, but there’s no mistaking that awful zigging feeling whenever you drink something too cold or hot. The good news is that you don’t need to endure this pain the rest of your life. Sensitive teeth are caused by specific issues that can often be […]

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