Improve Your Oral Health by Improving Your Diet

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You are what you eat. This couldn’t be truer when it comes to your oral health. What you eat will affect your oral health, so if your diet lacks essential vitamins and minerals, you may have issues with cavities, sensitivity, gum disease, stains or other issues. Read on for tips on how to improve your… Read more »

4 Habits for Cavity Free Check-Ups

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Wouldn’t it be nice to go to the dentist with confidence, knowing that your chances of having a cavity are next to zero? People who never get cavities have more than just luck on their side. They make daily choices that protect their teeth, enjoying lower cost dental care and increased tooth longevity.  Here are five simple… Read more »

The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly Side of Candy for Your Teeth

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Sweets hold a special place in our culture.  Popular festivities built around holidays like Halloween, Christmas and Easter often include eating handfuls of suckers, candy canes, and jelly beans.  But constant candy consumption can have a serious impact on your teeth and oral health.  If you’re not careful with the chocolate bars, sugar sticks, and… Read more »

How’s Your Mouth? 5 Signs of Poor Oral Health and How to Combat Them

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  Your oral health changes just as frequently as any other aspect of your overall health. Stress, medical conditions,and poor oral hygiene can contribute to a less-than-healthy mouth.  So how do you know when your oral health enters a slump? And how do you boost your mouth’s health? In this post, we list five symptoms of poor… Read more »

3 Conditions Your Dentist Might Spot Before Your Physician

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You may have heard the phrase, “the eyes are the window to your soul”.  But have you ever thought that your mouth could be the window to your overall health? Health experts and researchers have discovered a direct relationship between your dental health and systemic diseases. As many health complications start with oral symptoms, the state of… Read more »

Pregnant? 5 Things You Need to Know About Dental Care

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Expecting a new addition to your family?  Congratulations!  Now, let’s talk about how we can help keep you comfortable all the way to your delivery date and beyond.  Some women avoid seeing the dentist while pregnant. However, dental procedures during pregnancy are safe, according to a recent study published in the Journal of the American Dental… Read more »

What to Expect: Wisdom Teeth Extraction

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The very idea of getting your wisdom teeth removed might make you nervous. Fortunately, you’re working with an experienced dentist who has successfully extracted hundreds of wisdom teeth.   Before you schedule your surgery, it may put you at ease to educate yourself about what to expect before, during and after your surgery. Before Treatment:  Understand the… Read more »

5 Oral Health Travel Tips for Kids

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You round up your kids and reveal the surprise you’ve been planning for months:it’s time for a vacation! Then pack up, head to the airport and make your way to your family’s dream destination. You pull up at the hotel and make yourselves at home. But it’s been along day of travel and everyone is… Read more »