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Teaching oral health to a child

Be Proactive With Your Oral Health

Most of us realize that diet and exercise play an important part in keeping us healthy. But did you know that a healthy mouth is also an important part of a healthy body? Poor oral health can affect a person’s quality of life. Oral pain, missing teeth or oral infections can influence the way a

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Dental x-rays explained

The Important Role of Dental X-Rays

Dental health includes not just your teeth, but also, the gums and jaw. Since a dentist can only see the visible portion of your teeth, X-rays play an important role in helping to find hidden problems. Problems include: • decay between teeth and under fillings; • bone loss that cannot be seen during a visual examination;

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Teeth whitening example

Are Whiter Teeth Possible?

Coffee. Tea. Red wine. Cranberry juice. Pasta sauce. Even blueberries.  All of these common foods can stain your teeth. Brushing well will definitely help, but some of us are more prone to long-term changes in the color of our teeth than others, even if we are good brushers. Also, as we age, the enamel of

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Dental Dam in use

What is a Dental or Rubber Dam?

This is the dental term for the small sheet of rubber we place over teeth when we do fillings. It is often referred to by children as a “raincoat” or a “trampoline” and these nicknames are fairly accurate. Just as with a raincoat, the rubber dam is designed to keep a tooth dry while we

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Dental checkup for gingivitis

Gum Disease – 7 Telltale Signs

One of the most common dental problems we see in our patients is gum disease. In most cases, gum disease develops slowly and without pain. Without regular dental checkups, it is possible to not really know how serious the disease is until your teeth and gums are severely damaged, resulting in teeth having to be

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