The How and What of Root Canal Treatment

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The process of receiving root canal treatment may not seem pleasant, but it’s a very important procedure for patients dealing with certain dental circumstances. Our at has the necessary experience to perform successful and virtually painless root canal treatment. If you are debating root canal treatment, we invite you to consider how it’s performed and… Read more »

The Causes of Bad Breath

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Bad Breath is the result of potentially multiple issues the most common of which is substandard oral hygiene. Other factors are dry mouth, infections inside the mouth, sinus and respiratory system infections, digestive and gastrointestinal issues, systemic diseases like diabetes, and bad habits such as smoking. Depending on their causes, odors from bad breath vary… Read more »

How Cavities Invade Healthy Teeth

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You may be under the impression that cavities only happen to people who never brush or floss their teeth. Unfortunately, this is not the case. Cavities can occur to healthy smiles, and we are here to tell you why. If a tooth becomes fractured, possibly as a result of tooth grinding or chewing on a… Read more »

Bleeding Gums Can Be an Early Symptom of Gum Disease

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The American Dental Association advocates a consistent and effective daily oral hygiene regimen as an important preventative measure against cavities, gum disease, and other oral health problems. This primarily focuses on brushing your teeth twice and flossing at least once per day. If you notice pink discharge from your gums during brushing or flossing, you… Read more »

Canker Sores Are Not Contagious

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The mouth is more than just your teeth. One issue many people come across, that is not always related to teeth, is a canker sore. Canker sores are shallow, small ulcers that make eating and talking difficult. They can occur as a singular sore, or several at a time. They are obnoxious–but luckily, not contagious…. Read more »