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Why Are My Gums Receding?

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Do your teeth look longer than they used to? Do you experience sensitivity when you eat ice cream or drink coffee? These are signs that you may have receding gums. Gum recession is a common oral health condition. It occurs when the soft tissues that support your teeth recess or lower down from their proper…

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Top Reasons to Choose Professional Teeth Whitening

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Professionally whitening your teeth is one of the most popular ways for patients to enhance the appearance of their smile. Teeth whitening can lighten your teeth by several shades and help you look younger and more attractive with just one simple office visit. Compared to other cosmetic dentistry services, teeth whitening tops the list in…

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5 Habits That Can Damage Your Crown

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A crown is an excellent dental restoration that can repair a tooth that has severe decay or damage. Cosmetic dental crowns are used as protective caps that encase all visible sides of your teeth above the gum line. They are made with top quality, durable materials and crafted to look and function like your natural…

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Your Teeth as You Age

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Your smile has unique needs throughout various stage of your life. As an aging adult, there are specific health risks that affect the heart and bones as well as the mouth. Educating yourself on the conditions associated with aging and oral health can help you retain your smile for years to come.  After all, your…

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The Danger of Putting Off Your Root Canal

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When your dentist tells you that you need a root canal, there’s a sense of urgency involved. Root canal therapy is an endodontic treatment that removes an infection or damaged pulp from the inner portion of a tooth. There are many reasons why putting off a root canal is a bad idea, including the following:…

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Understanding Enamel Erosion

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The enamel is the outermost layer of your tooth. It is one of the four main tissues that make up your teeth. Enamel is the only visible layer, and it is considered the strongest substance in the human body. However, enamel is highly vulnerable to erosion and decay despite its strength and the important role…

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How Gum Disease Threatens Your Overall Health

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The strong connection between oral health and body health should never be ignored or even underestimated. The most significant link is between your gum health and your overall health. Inflamed gums, caused by periodontitis or gum disease, can weaken the immune system and increase your risk of diabetes, heart attacks, rheumatism and lung diseases. Gum…

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4 Myths About Cavities

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Did you know that 90% of the population will have a cavity at some point in their lifetime? While tooth decay is one of the most common dental problems, most patients dread hearing the word “cavity” when visiting the dentist. Even if you’ve experienced a cavity, however, you may still not fully understand the cause…

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Teeth Grinding with Dental Implants

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If you have dental implants, it is important that you do everything you can to protect your investment. Dental implants are easy to maintain, but just like your natural teeth, they do need proper care. Your implant won’t decay or become infected like a real tooth, but it can certainly break or even get knocked…

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Bad Breath: What’s Normal and What’s Not

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Have you watched someone back away in disgust when you speak too close to them? Nothing steals your self-confidence like bad breath. While you may have recently been able to get away with halitosis during your virtual meetings and online interactions, bad breath is never something that should be ignored. Bad breath can be caused…

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