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What Happens During a Routine Dental Visit

Unless you are suffering from a dental problem, most of your visits to a dentist will involve a routine cleaning. These are professional cleanings that are far more than what you can accomplish at home. In fact, dental cleanings are so important that the ADA recommends you get two per year, and most dental insurance…

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Is It Time for a Denture Reline?

If you have traditional or removable dentures, you may notice that your prosthetic teeth fit less comfortably than they once did. This is not only common but also expected. The good news is that a simple and affordable Denture Relines can typically remedy your loose or ill-fitting dentures. Don’t dismiss the importance of denture relines,…

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Understanding Your Mouthwash

What does your daily oral hygiene routine include? While using your toothbrush and floss are non-negotiable for a healthy smile, many dentists leave mouthwash as an optional task in your dental care routine. If you want to go the extra mile with your smile, consider rinsing after you brush and floss. Mouthwash (or mouth rinse)…

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Flossing for the Aging Adult

As we age, it is common to lose eyesight, strength and dexterity. This can make everyday activities, such as flossing your teeth, very difficult. In fact, the precise coordination it takes to weave a tiny piece of thread through each tooth can be a real chore for the aging adult. To avoid giving up the…

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How Well Do You Know Your Teeth?

You show them off to others. You use them to eat and speak. You spend time cleaning them twice a day. But how well do you really know your teeth? Your teeth are more sophisticated than you may think. By understanding the parts of a tooth and how your teeth are designed to function, it…

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The Trouble With Wisdom Teeth

If you’ve heard any buzz about wisdom teeth, it probably isn’t good. Unfortunately, this third set of molars is known for causing problems. Because wisdom teeth are positioned in the far back of your mouth, lack of jaw space is a common obstacle to for these final molars to emerge properly. Without adequate room, wisdom…

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