January 28, 2020
Anyone who’s bitten directly into an ice cream cone can tell you that teeth aren’t invincible against temperature. However, if you’re finding yourself passing on your favorite hot or cold treats because of how much they make your teeth hurt, you may have overly sensitive teeth. While this condition doesn’t necessitate a trip to your emergency dentist right now, it could be the first warning sign of bigger problems on the horizon. Find out what’s causing your sensitive teeth and what dental emergency they might be trying to warn you about.
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January 11, 2020
It’s the start of not only a new year, but a new decade! Have you set your New Year’s resolution for 2020 yet? Maybe you’re stumped trying to think of one. Not a problem, your dentist has got you covered. Here are four ideas for New Year’s resolutions that will leave your mouth cleaner and healthier in 2020.
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December 13, 2019
You brush your teeth twice a day for two minutes at a time. Your floss to get bits of food out from between your teeth. You avoid sugary snacks like the plague. Yet somehow, you’re still getting cavities. Meanwhile, your friend who hardly ever flosses ends every dental checkup with a clean bill of health. What gives? According to your dentist, some people are simply more vulnerable to getting cavities than others. Let’s examine five reasons why.
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December 2, 2019
It’s December, which means we’re in the heart of cold and flu season. If you’ve ever suffered through a cold or the flu, you know that your dental health is probably the last thing on your mind. However, having these illnesses can affect your mouth, and not for the better. Keep reading to learn five flu season tips from your dentist to keep your teeth healthy.
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November 6, 2019
Has it been longer than six months since you’ve seen your dentist for a checkup and cleaning? Because your insurance benefits expire on January 1st, to get the most out of them, you’ll need to use them before then. Even though dental insurance can be a tricky and stressful subject to navigate, it’s important to know the basics of your plan so you can optimize your oral health while saving money by avoiding steep out-of-pocket costs. Read on for four tips to help you get the most out of your dental insurance policy before it renews. (more…)
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