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Oral Care Habits Change as You Age

01.12.2021 in Family Dentist

The mouth you have today is not the one you had long ago.  Your teeth’s nerves have become smaller, so that they are less sensitive when cavities and other problems develop.  Regular dental checkups can prevent these problems so that they can be corrected before…

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Need-To-Know Toothbrush Info

01.09.2021 in Teeth Cleaning

When was the last time you tossed your current toothbrush for a new one? If you can’t remember, then you definitely must read on. Your toothbrush is the top tool in your arsenal of dental-care products. A wide variety of toothbrushes are sold at just…

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Have You Examined Your Tongue Lately?

01.08.2021 in Cosmetic Dentist

This muscular organ does more than help to churn up food. It’s also an important component in your complete oral health. Most people don’t associate tongues with medical maladies.  That’s why at our office, our dental experts pay close attention to your tongue to ensure…

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Dry mouth: How to keep your oral health flowing

01.07.2021 in Cosmetic Dentist

Think of it as the key to keeping everything flowing in your mouth and digestive system. Saliva may be something we have always taken for granted, but a decrease in its production can have significant consequences. At our office, our holistic approach takes into consideration…

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Emergency Dentist

01.06.2021 in Emergency Dentist

When you’re faced with a dental emergency, it’s important to act fast. As experienced providers of care, we are well-equipped to provide the prompt, compassionate treatment you require. At our office we prioritize dental emergencies and provide skilled and reliable care to get you back…

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Preventative Care

01.04.2021 in Teeth Cleaning

Did you know that according to statistics, more than 90% of adults ages 20-64 have had a cavity in their lifetime? And, tooth decay doesn’t just affect grownups. Cavities also affect the youngest members of the population; with 78% of children having had a cavity…

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Take Care of Your Teeth to Keep Decay Away!

01.03.2021 in Teeth Cleaning

You’ll know, and your dentist certainly will, when you have tooth decay. It is a real problem that can lead to serious complications if not attended to. That’s why, with early detection,  our knowledgeable staff can offer you ways to prevent or stop tooth decay….

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