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Cavities | What is a Cavity and How can It Be Prevented?

A cavity, also known as tooth decay, is a hole that can form in your tooth. Usually cavities start very small and gradually become bigger if they are left untreated. Most of the time cavities are not painful in their beginning stages, making it difficult to detect them until they become more severe. The best […]

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5 Daily Habits That will Boost Your Dental Health

If you’re looking for ways to boost your dental health, look no further! Here are some daily habits that you can work into your routine to maintain the healthiest mouth possible. 1. Proper Brushing Brushing is something everyone does, some better than others. It’s important to make sure you are brushing properly and efficiently and […]

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3 More Reasons to Drink Water for Your Oral Health

Drinking water is vital to your overall health, but it also helps keep your mouth clean and improves your oral hygiene. When you’re thirsty, instead of reaching for a soda or sports drink, get a glass of water instead. Here are 3 more reasons why water is the right choice for your oral health. 1: […]

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Will Braces Make My Teeth Sensitive?

Most of us have experienced sensitive teeth at some point, especially when eating or drinking something hot or cold. Tooth sensitivity is caused when the gums pull back from a tooth to expose the soft layer of dentin beneath. Sensitive teeth are common, let’s explore some of the causes: What causes tooth sensitivity? Sensitivity in […]

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Teeth and Total Body Health

A recent online article outlines the link between keeping your teeth clean and overall body health. Many may not realize that there are strong links to the bacteria that we have in our mouths and heart disease and diabetes. It is very tempting to compartmentalize the mouth, and assume that cavities, gum disease, and periodontal […]

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