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 »

The Process of Getting a Dental Crown

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Are you thinking of getting a dental crown to improve your oral health? This may be good thinking. Of course, we want you to have all the information before you make your decision. That’s why is here to tell you about the process of getting a crown. We can usually complete the process in just… Read more »

Dental Hygiene for Cavity Prevention

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We all know that the best way to treat a cavity is to not get one in the first place. Here are some great tips on how to prevent cavities. To understand how to prevent cavities, it is first important to understand how cavities form. Cavities are areas of the tooth enamel that have worn… Read more »

Fun Facts About Tooth Restoration Selections

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With advancements in technology and the perks of modern dentistry, most broken teeth that once were thought of as irreparable can now be easily fixed to repair its look, function, and shape. With all the modification available, it is possible to restore a tooth beyond what it was to begin with. If you are seeking… Read more »

Dental Health Tips for Diabetics

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Being a diabetic can be hard enough as it is; you don’t want to have to worry about your smile too, right? Well, unfortunately, you need to do your best to keep your teeth, gums, and mouth in the best shape possible. Luckily, it’s not as difficult as you might think it is! Dr. would… Read more »

Sleep and Your Teeth

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You probably know that you should sleep if you’re interested in improving your brain power, balancing your hormones, and preventing chronic diseases? Still, have you heard that that the amount of sleep you get might impact the health of your smile? In reality, you may have heard that getting eight hours of sleep a night… Read more »