Inside Look at Women’s Oral Health

July 18, 2017  |   Posted by :   |   Patient Education   |   0 Comments

Women Encounter More Challenges to Their Oral Health A woman’s oral health is often directly related to her stage of life. Changes in hormone levels during puberty, menstruation, pregnancy, lactation, and menopause all impact the chemistry of what’s going on in her mouth. It is important for everyone to practice good habits of brushing, flossing, […]

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Choosing the Right Toothpaste

July 11, 2017  |   Posted by :   |   Patient Education   |   0 Comments

Overwhelmed by your choices? Here’s how to choose the right toothpaste for you. While your toothbrush does most of the plaque removal, abrasive agents in toothpaste will scour food particles and plaque from your teeth. Fluoride is the best-known ingredient, added to make the outer tooth structure more decay-resistant. Fluorides work best when teamed with […]

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Removable Partial Dentures, aka Flipper Dentures

July 04, 2017  |   Posted by :   |   Restorative Dentistry   |   0 Comments

When it comes to replacing a missing tooth, several factors determine what treatment option will be best for each individual. Sometimes a patient is missing just a single tooth (or very few teeth) and aren’t ready for dental implants or dentures. Sometimes the gums and underlying bone are too weak to support an implant, or […]

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Repair Your Smile with Tooth Colored Fillings!

June 27, 2017  |   Posted by :   |   Restorative Dentistry   |   0 Comments

Tooth Colored Fillings for a Natural Appearance Do you have a cavity, but have always hated the thought of dark, metallic-looking fillings? Or maybe you already have one of these “amalgams” and it’s time for a replacement? Well, consider the beautiful results that can be achieved with composite resin, tooth colored fillings. Your teeth will […]

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Let’s Trend Towards Better Oral Health

June 20, 2017  |   Posted by :   |   Children's Dentistry   |   0 Comments

Tooth decay is declining in everyone except among preschoolers. What can you do to give your kids a better future? Before the first tooth comes in, wipe baby’s mouth clean with a damp washcloth. Once a tooth emerges, use a soft toothbrush twice daily for about 3 minutes. Kids are old enough to brush their […]

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