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September 30, 2022

Proper oral hygiene is not only important in achieving and keeping a healthy smile, but a clean mouth can also help prevent many other health conditions and diseases. Additionally, some recent studies have shown a connection between healthy gums and prevention of some cardiovascular diseases and issues.

There are four main areas to focus on when developing healthy and beneficial ...

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September 15, 2022

If you have uneven, crooked, or misaligned teeth, your smile can be something you try to keep hidden rather than a great source of confidence. Thanks to advancements in orthodontic technology, metal braces, and wires are no longer required to straighten most misalignments in teeth. Invisalign can bring back the confidence-inspiring smile without being noticed by others.

To see if you are a candidate for ...

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August 30, 2022

Among all complaints of the appearance of teeth, staining or yellowing of the teeth is perhaps the most common. This can cause many people to hide their smiles as they don't have the confidence booster of bright, white teeth. Luckily, there are several treatment options, both in-office and at-home, that help bring you that bright, white smile. These...

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August 15, 2022

Our smile is one of the first things others notice about our appearance. For many, crooked or uneven teeth or gaps in between their teeth, cause them to hide their smile, taking away the confidence a great smile can deliver.

Thankfully, there are ways to achieve the perfect smile with nearly immediate results. Porcelain veneers are custom-...

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July 30, 2022

Man brushing teeth isolated on whiteA good oral hygiene routine is essential for not just maintaining a healthy smile but your overall health as well. Along with frequent brushing and flossing, routine exams and cleaning by a dentist and oral hygienist will help prevent hidden oral health issues from arising and potentially becoming serious health concerns.

While brushing, flossing and a good mouthwash/rinse...

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July 15, 2022

With 20 baby teeth and 32 adult teeth in your child's mouth, there are a lot of teeth to keep track of. As the adult teeth below the gum line continue to grow, the roots of the baby teeth above them will slowly begin to dissolve, and the baby tooth will start to loosen.

Although the first few could be scary for your child, and they may want to keep playing with the loose...

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June 30, 2022

Man with gum inflammation closeupOccurring at least once in nearly everyone's life gum disease is one of the most common conditions seen and treated by dentists and oral medical professionals. In its initial stages, gum disease can feel like just minor soreness or tenderness in the gum line. However, if left untreated or steps are not taken to prevent the progression, the minor gum inflammation or gingivitis can quickly become full periodontitis...

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June 18, 2022

It’s no wonder why disorders of the temporomandibular joint, or TMJ, are so common and can be quite painful and aggravating. As the two joints that connect the upper and lower jaw, the TMJ likely sees more stressful use throughout the day than any other joint.

From talking to eating and swallowing, the TMJ is prone to overuse, soreness, and misalignment....

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May 09, 2022
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May is National Dental Care Month. Do you know how to maintain optimal oral health? Now is a great time to reconsider your daily and annual oral care, and to take any steps necessary to improve and enhance those efforts to preserve and perfect your smile. Need a little help? Use the contact form on this page to schedule a consultation today.

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April 12, 2022
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April is Stress Awareness Month. Are you aware of what stress can do to your smile?

Stress creates energy in the body. This energy may manifest as movement, aggression, or even resignation. It may also result in tooth clenching and grinding (bruxism). Clenching the jaw as a result of stress may be a conscious expulsion of energy. More often, however, it is an unconscious reaction to stress. In many cases, it occurs during sleep.

Temporary bruxism isn’t...

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