Tooth Sensitivity Symptoms Should Never Be Ignored

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A special tooth sensitivity toothpaste formulated with potassium nitrate can sometimes provide short-term relief of tooth sensitivity. While this might allow you to enjoy some of your favorite foods and beverages, it could be masking the symptoms of a developing dental health problems If you have been experiencing discomfort in your teeth when you consume… Read more »

What Questions Should You Be Asking Your Dentist?

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When you go to your bi-annual dental cleanings, do you know what questions to ask our dental team? We are happy to help you maintain your healthy smile by recommending appropriate solutions. Routine dental visits are designed to spot potential problems early on and to provide thorough cleanings, the removal of tartar deposits, a thorough… Read more »

The Stages of Cavity Formation

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Have you ever visited your dentist and been told that you have a cavity? Have you ever wondered how these cavities could have formed? Would you be surprised to learn that cavities form in stages, or that you may be able to reverse the issue before it becomes too severe? You see, when you eat,… Read more »

Avoiding Oral Care: The Long Term Effects

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As you probably know, there are a number of things you might be able to do to keep your teeth strong. For instance, you may have heard that it’s important for you to brush and floss your teeth every day. Similarly, you may know that you should visit our dentist once every six months. Still,… Read more »

Tips for a Terrific Halloween

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The most frightful and delightful night full of fun and sweets is nearly upon us, and that means, plenty of spooks, glowing pumpkins galore, and sweets by the bucketful. The problem is, we don’t actually need sweets by the bucketful. To save your teeth from a most heinous and non-triumphant ending, here are a few… Read more »

Pregnancy and Your Teeth: What You Should Know

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Are you pregnant or thinking about getting pregnant? If so, you’re probably expecting a number of changes, but did you know that your teeth may change as much as your body? Similarly, had you heard that it’s vital for you to protect your oral health in order to protect the health of your baby? During… Read more »

Early Symptoms of a Problematic Filling

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Here at our team of dentists generally use fillings to treat and repair small to medium sized cavities. Through the passage of time and the natural wear and tear of biting, chewing and grinding food, fillings start to age. Sometimes the bacteria in your mouth can even work their way into the seam between the… Read more »

A Partial Can Restore Multiple Compromised Teeth

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Chronic problems with periodontal disease or a pronounced history of tooth decay issues can severely compromise your mouth. Beyond simply impairing your ability to chew food, these compromised teeth can also have a negative effect on your speech and overall quality of life. In a situation like this, Dr. might recommend having any remaining compromised… Read more »

Do You Have a Predisposition to Cavities?

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Do you brush and floss your teeth regularly, but still get cavities? Conversely, do you know anyone who seems to skate by without ever having a cavity? If you do, you aren’t alone. You see, many people are predisposed to cavities because of genetics. In fact, individuals with soft tooth enamel or crowded teeth can… Read more »