Protecting Molars with Dental Sealants

Dental sealants are a thin protective coating that is painted on the chewing surfaces of your back teeth specifically the molars. They are made from either plastic or other dental materials. The sealant bonds into the pits and grooves of the...

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Got that Dry Mouth Feeling?

If you have Xerostomia, also known as Dry Mouth Syndrome, you are not alone. It is common for everyone’s mouth to feel dry from time to time; however, when the feeling doesn’t go away it can cause other health issues. Saliva is very...

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Health Benefits of Straight Teeth

The benefits of having straight teeth extend far more than just having an attractive and beautiful smile. Besides building confidence, straight teeth improves overall health. Correctly aligned teeth are easier to clean and are less likely to have food...

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What is Periodontal Disease?

Periodontal disease is an infection on the gum tissue that surrounds and supports the teeth. Fifty percent of adults over the age of 30 have some sort of gum disease. The symptoms can vary from having puffy red gums to even bleeding gums...

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I have receding gums. What should I do?

Receding gums are no fun! It can be irritating and painful. Gum recession is a very common problem. But what exactly is it and what causes it? Gum recession happens when the margin of the gum tissue that surrounds the tooth begins to move or...

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Got bad breath? Let’s fix it.

If you are dealing with bad breath, you are not alone, it is estimated that 1 in 4 suffer from bad breath, also known as Halitosis. Embarrassing as it may be the good news is that it is a problem that is often easy to fix. What causes bad breath? There are...

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Why are my teeth sensitive?

Does a sweet treat set your teeth on edge? Does a scoop of ice cream put you in tears? Does breathing cold air give your teeth a jolt? If eating hot, cold, sour, or sweet food cause pain, you may have sensitive teeth. Some patients even...

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Can Coffee and Tea Stain Your Teeth?

There is nothing better than as delicious cup of coffee to start your morning or maybe relaxing cup of tea in the afternoon to end your day. But if your teeth aren't as pearly white as you wish, you may have wondered if that cup of coffee or...

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