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Why Flossing Shouldn’t be Optional

There are three recommended components to a healthy smile: brushing twice a day, flossing daily and seeing your dentist every six months. Which one are you missing? For nearly half of us, flossing is the habit we slack on. In fact, 49% of Americans say they do not floss on a daily basis, and about…

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Do I Need Urgent Dental Treatment?

Accidents are never welcome, but they do happen. When unexpected trauma or injury occurs in the mouth, it can be especially frightening. Whether you woke up with a sudden toothache or your child bumped his front teeth on the monkey bars, it is not always easy to determine whether you need an emergency dental visit….

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Say Cheese for a Healthy Smile

When it comes to protecting your oral health with your diet, you probably know to stay away from sugary treats and acidic drinks. But did you know that there are certain foods that are good for your smile? Cheese is a perfect example. Not only is cheese safe for your teeth, this dairy choice can…

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Let’s Talk About Teeth Grinding

Teeth grinding, also known as bruxism, is not uncommon. Patients of all ages are subject to this oral habit. While clenching and grinding can occur during the day, it is most often performed during nighttime sleep. Unfortunately, there are more significant concerns with grinding teeth at night because that’s when the forces can be greater…

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How To Protect Your Teeth Whitening Investment

Professional teeth whitening is one of the most affordable services in cosmetic dentistry. Still, teeth whitening is an investment, and all investments are worth protecting – especially when it comes to your smile. Teeth whitening from a dentist can erase stubborn stains and lighten teeth by several shades in many cases. This is an easy,…

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Caring For Your Toothbrush

Your toothbrush is one of the most important hygiene items that you own. It should be used twice a day for two minutes each time. When used correctly, your toothbrush can scrub away stains, eliminate harmful bacteria and remove food debris before oral health problems set in. In result, your toothbrush is your most powerful…

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