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Toothbrush FAQs

We all own one, and we should all be using it every single day. How are you paying attention to your toothbrush? At Muccioli Dental, we consider your toothbrush as one of your most valued assets that you own. After all, it is what allows you to keep your smile clean and healthy in between…

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Let a Dentist Treat Your Bad Breath

Nothing ruins your smile confidence more than bad breath. Stinky mouth odor can impact your relationships and your career. While halitosis is an embarrassing oral health condition, it is also very common. Did you know that over 80 million people suffer from chronic bad breath? Fortunately, our dentists at Muccioli Dental can relieve your bad…

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Reasons for A Denture Reline

A denture reline involves adjusting a removable denture so that it fits better and more comfortably on the gums. For traditional denture wearers (those not secured by dental implants), a denture reline is almost always required at some point in time. In fact, it is recommended that you have your denture relined every two years….

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Oral Cancer: Don’t Miss The Signs

Each year doctors report millions of medical cases that were caught late because patients failed to recognize early signs and symptoms. With so many allergies, intolerances, conditions, and diseases identified, it is often hard for people to keep up with what ails them – and if the symptoms that they experience are even “real.” It…

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The Effects of Diabetes on Your Teeth

For the millions of Americans with diabetes, being proactive to take care of themselves is critical to their long-term health. Diabetics are at increased risk for developing serious dental problems. A component of diabetes is a reduction in blood flow. Because of the reduced flow of blood, toxins can cluster and build up and make…

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Is A Fluoride Treatment Necessary?

At Muccioli Dental, we place a premium on preventative actions. We recommend that everyone brush and floss at least twice daily, as well as focus on a nourishing diet that minimizes sugar and highly acidic foods. Keeping teeth clean is the best way to prevent plaque buildup that can lead to erosion and decay. To…

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Make Dental Visits a Priority

Sleep. Food. Paying bills on time. Taking out the trash. These are all easy priorities to keep. However, getting enough sleep, eating healthy foods, and taking out the trash before it starts to smell are often not as easy. Another thing that is often neglected in the area of priorities is regular dental visits. Busy…

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