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  • April 2021 Dental Newsletter

    Caring for Your Dental Roots With a Root Canal Underneath the hard surface of your tooth is the soft tissue called the pulp. If you get a cavity that remains untreated or suffer trauma to the tooth like a large crack, bacteria will be able to enter and reach the pulp. If this happens, the pulp might

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  • March 2021 Dental Newsletter

    Impacted Canines Did you know that our canine teeth are also known as “eye teeth?” It may sound strange, but there’s a logical explanation for the nickname: the canines are simply aligned with the position of our eyes. Our canines are important for biting and guiding the rest of the teeth in position

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  • February Dental Newsletter

    The Importance of Water to Oral Health February is designated by the National Dental Association as National Children’s Dental Health Month, and this year, the theme is the importance of water for a healthy smile. But that’s just as true for adults as it is for children. We emphasize the importance

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  • January 2021 Dental Newsletter

    New Year, New Smile! The new year is the perfect time to reevaluate and plan to make better choices, especially when it comes to your oral health. Resolutions can be difficult to keep, but consistency is better than perfection. Here are four New Year’s resolutions for a fresh start to your oral health. Maintain

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  • December 2020 Dental Newsletter

    What is “Baby Bottle Tooth Decay?” Baby bottle tooth decay, also known as early childhood caries (ECC), bottle mouth, or infant caries occurs when a child’s teeth come into contact too often with sugary snacks and drinks. This includes milk and infant formula. Children need to brush their teeth

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  • November 2020 Dental Newsletter

    This November, we’re ringing in American Diabetes Month to raise awareness about the impact of diabetes on your oral health. Diabetes not only takes a toll on the entire body but also on your teeth and oral health if not taken care of properly. To lead a healthy and fulfilling life, your dentists encourage

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  • October 2020 Dental Newsletter

    Warm, cakey apple cider donuts sprinkled with cinnamon sugar. Tantalizing apple pie crisp with layers and layers of buttery, flaky crust and a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Smooth piping hot pumpkin spiced lattes topped with heavenly whipped cream—are you hungry yet? Many people look forward to the

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  • September 2020 Dental Newsletter

    When it comes to choosing a toothpaste, it is easy to become overwhelmed by all of your options on the market. There are dozens of different types on shelves that claim to whiten your teeth, decrease tooth sensitivity, prevent cavities, protect against tartar, and/or all of the above. Toothpaste in its

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  • August 2020 Dental Newsletter

    Many patients may feel by now that brushing their teeth is like second nature. It’s something that (hopefully) everyone has been doing since they can remember. While the act of brushing may be an everyday task to you, are you sure that you are brushing with the best toothbrush for you? It can really

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  • July 2020 Dental Newsletter

    Gum recession can creep up on you. If you’re not paying close attention to your oral health, you may find yourself suddenly experiencing tooth sensitivity, or you may notice that your teeth look unusually long. There are many different causes of gum recession, but many of them contribute to each other,

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  • June 2020 Dental Newsletter

    Tooth Sensitivity If cold or hot treats send a sharp pain through your teeth, you are most likely experiencing tooth sensitivity. With this problem, even brushing your teeth is painful. While sensitive teeth are mainly caused by serious issues such as cavities or infections, a worn-down enamel is another

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  • May 2020 Dental Newsletter

    Your dental routine at home is a large part of your oral health. Brushing by itself isn’t enough to keep your mouth healthy. That’s why you need to incorporate flossing into your daily routine. Flossing is the only way to clean unreachable areas of your mouth. If you don’t already, you need to

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  • April 2020 Dental Newsletter

    What is a Dental Emergency? Ordinary medical emergencies don’t stop during trying times. On the advice of medical professionals, many people, including dental office staff, are practicing social distancing or are under lockdown during the coronavirus epidemic. But it’s important that we don’t forget

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  • March 2020 Dental Newsletter

    Everyone at one point in their life has experienced bad breath. Maybe you just woke up and haven’t brushed your teeth, or you ate something loaded with garlic for lunch. But when does this cross the threshold from normal towards the condition known as halitosis? By learning what causes halitosis and

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  • February 2020 Dental Newsletter

    Are You Afraid of Going to the Dentist? Feeling fear or anxiety about visiting the dentist is more common than people think. If you happen to be someone who has a real fear of going to the dentist, you are not alone. According to WebMD, “between 9% and 20% of Americans avoid going to the dentist because

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  • January 2020 Dental Newsletter

    When you take good care of your teeth, you floss and brush multiple times a day! Yet somehow, this isn’t enough to keep your teeth sparkling and white. You aren’t the only one who’s encountered this problem. That’s why many dental professionals offer Teeth Whitening services. Say goodbye to yellowed

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