June 25, 2019
You probably don’t need to be told how important it is to take care of your teeth; according to the American Dental Association Health Policy Institute, 95% of Americans agree that oral health is vital for good health overall. Despite this, it can be deceptively easy to fall into the wrong habits, but luckily there are often plenty of simple improvements you can make. Here are 5 behaviors that will make your dentist smile.
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May 23, 2019
You’re pretty conscious about your health. Your family has a history of heart disease, and you’re doing your best to avoid or at least minimize its effect on you. Well, while you’re eating right and exercising regularly, don’t forget about your mouth! Your gum health could play a part in your cardiovascular health in the long term. In this post, you’ll learn about this relationship and what you can do to take care of your gums. (more…)
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May 4, 2019
If you’re missing a back tooth, you might be the only one who knows. After all, it doesn’t show when you talk or smile. Since no one else can even tell the difference, why should you bother replacing it? It may not seem to matter at first glance. However, missing teeth can lead to a string of health problems down the road. Replacing them now can save you a lot of trouble in the future. One of the most viable solutions is dental implants.
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April 20, 2019
Maybe you just moved to the area. Maybe you’re tired of going to several different offices for dental care. Perhaps you’re dissatisfied with how you’ve been treated. Regardless of the reason, you’re looking for a new dental office to call home—not just for you but for your entire family. As a result, not just any dentist will do. You want a qualified expert. Keep reading to learn four reasons to choose a highly trained family dentist. (more…)
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April 5, 2019
Each year, an estimated 30,000 new cases of oral cases occur in the United States, according to the American Cancer Society. More than 7,000 of these cases result in death. Whether this number sound big or small to you, it’s important to remember that oral cancer can be successfully treated if detected early. This emphasis on early detection is why your dentist wants you to be sure and attend your regularly scheduled dental appointments. Here’s a bit more information on the importance of screening, signs, and symptoms, and if you might be at risk.
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