How Good Brushing Affects Gingivitis

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The early form of gum disease, gingivitis may sound alarming, but it is preventable, and when present, treatable. Read on to find how good brushing affects gingivitis, and what you can do to prevent or treat early gum disease. Gingivitis is Preventable Gum disease begins when built up plaque irritates and harms gums, causing swelling,… 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 »

How to Keep Your Smile Happy for the Holidays

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Keep your smile happy for the holidays by caring for it daily with safe and effective oral health care habits. With the coming of the season, additional risks present themselves leaving us vulnerable to oral accidents or place us at a higher risk for tooth decay and gum disease. wants to ensure you are doing… Read more »

What Do You Value Most in Your Braces?

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As we begin the downward slide into the final stretches of the year, the weather may take a turn for the worse, but our oral health should be as strong as ever. With the many breaks that the winter holidays provide us, now is the perfect time to come in and get the braces you’ve… Read more »

Let Laughing Gas Ease Your Dental Anxiety

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To help our patients cope with the discomforts of dental anxiety, we offer laughing gas during our treatments to help you relax. Laughing gas (also known as nitrous oxide) is a clear, odorless gas mixed with oxygen which you inhale through a mask over the nose. Dentists have been using this analgesic sedative for over… Read more »