We recommend biannual dental visits even if your teeth look & feel healthy. Learn why on our latest blog post.
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Gum disease is common, but that doesn’t mean it’s not serious. You may have been told at a recent dental appointment that you have it but aren’t sure what that means. Read our blog post to learn about gum disease, including symptoms, treatment and prevention.
You’re busy. We get it. Work and family and errands and pets and friends and most things in your life probably are more of a priority than keeping tabs on your toothbrush. Read our blog post for some useful guidelines on when to replace your toothbrush. Visit our office to discuss your oral hygiene!
Wisdom teeth can cause a variety of painful oral health problems. Therefore, many people naturally wonder: Why do we have these extra teeth anyway? Read our blog post for answers. Schedule your wisdom tooth exam today!
Many people don’t realize how important it is to have healthy gums. Maintaining your gums will prevent issues with your teeth and beautiful smile. Read our blog post for a couple of reasons why you should pay attention to your gums. Contact us if you are experiencing painful gums.
Flossing is an important part of maintaining strong teeth and healthy gums. It removes plaque buildup, debris, and leftover bacteria. Even though flossing can seem like a nuisance, it truly makes a difference for your smile. Want to learn more? Read our blog post! And contact our dental team today for even more oral care help.
There are so many different products on the market that claim to help improve the look of your smile or health of your teeth. But not all of them are worth trying, and some could even damage your teeth. Read our blog post to find out more. We offer comfortable, high-quality dentistry. Call us today!
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