Dec 06

Your Dentist Can Tell

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Bruxism can be habitual and totally involuntary, it often occurs during sleep. After a time the gnashing and grinding action can begin to take its toll on your tooth enamel. Bruxism is hard to self-diagnose because of the fact that it is either dismissed as a matter of habit or the bruxer is unaware of […]

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Nov 29

Has It Been Six Months?

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Is it time for your six-month dental checkup? If you’ve been keeping regularly scheduled appointments you will know to expect to have your teeth cleaned by the dental hygienist before you see the dentist. She will scrape off any tartar that has hardened to your teeth, check for early signs of gum disease or white […]

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Nov 22

Work With Your Dental Professional

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There are certain factors that put some of us at higher risk for gum disease than the average dental patient. Improper or a lack of good oral health habits, excessive stress and dental work that is in need of repair are three of those factors. Heredity, medical conditions, and nutrition also figure into the equation. […]

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Nov 15

Develop Your In Home Routine

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With all that we have to do every day, it’s no wonder that so many of us need reminders about even the simplest and most important things, like taking care of our teeth. The technology of online calendars, cell phone texts and messaging services all help in reminding us about work and social dates. They […]

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Nov 08

Combine Home And Professional Care

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Your mouth is teeming with bacteria, most of which are harmless, some even beneficial but other forms of bacteria when mixed with sugar or acids will turn into a sticky material known as plaque. We can’t avoid the production of plaque but we can keep it from building up and hardening into tartar which can […]

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