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Why You Shouldn’t Wait To Treat A Cavity
MANY OF US HAVE HAD at least one cavity in our lives, and if we don’t keep up on our oral hygiene, it’s likely that we’ll get a couple more as time goes by. While cavities may be inconvenient, it’s imperative that we get them treated immediately. Early treatment of cavities prevents long-term damage to […]
Ice Cravings: A Sign Of Something More?
DO YOU EVER WONDER WHY many people enjoy chewing their leftover ice after finishing a nice refreshing drink? It may surprise you to learn that the cool crunch of the ice may not be the only thing drawing people to chew those last few cubes. Chewing Ice Is Not Cool For Your Teeth Many enjoy […]
What To Expect At The Dentist… When You’re Expecting
IF YOU’RE PREGNANT, you’re probably worried about anything and everything that may affect your baby, especially if you’re a first-time mother. But when it comes to your dental care, there’s no need to worry! Annual exams and preventive dental care during pregnancy are not only safe, but recommended. In fact, you need to pay special […]
Cavities All Of A Sudden?
SOMEONE CAN GO THEIR WHOLE LIFE without having a cavity, and seemingly out of nowhere find themselves at the dentist for a filling or two. How does this happen? Here are some reasons your dental status might be in sudden flux: Changes In Your Daily Routine The stress of changes in your daily routine, like […]
Oral Health Myths—Busted!
WE’VE ALL HEARD VARIOUS “FACTS” when it comes to our oral health—different ways to clean our teeth and gums, what is good or bad for them, etc. As your trusted dental professionals, we’re here to set the record straight about some of the most common oral health myths. Myth #1: “If my teeth don’t hurt, […]
Guarding Your Child Against Playground Tooth Injuries
DID YOU KNOW that about 50 percent of kids experience some type of tooth injury during childhood? Most parents are prepared to treat minor cuts, scrapes and bruises, but it is also important to know how to prevent and treat tooth injuries. As fun as it is, the playground happens to be a hotspot for […]
Why You May Need To See The Dentist More Frequently
GOING TO THE DENTIST TWICE A YEAR, while a good rule of thumb, is not necessarily fitting for everyone. Depending on certain lifestyle choices and medical conditions, some people need to see their dentist even more frequently. Fifty years ago, there were really no instructions as to how often you should see a dentist. Back […]