Cavities and Fillings

Many people treat the word “cavity” as if it is a four-letter word. However, cavities are not something you need to run from. Cavities are one of the most common health problems that people face, and it affects adults, teens, and even children. Anyone who has teeth is at risk for cavities, and the external […]

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Cavity Detection Options

Cavity. It’s a word that sends a wave of fear down many people’s spines; however, it’s also a word that many people know all too well. Even with proper oral hygiene (consistent brushing and flossing as well as regular dental visits), cavities are still possible. While they are easily fixed, cavities go unaddressed too often, […]

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Healthy Snacks That Won’t Send Your Kid (or You) to the Dentist

It’s estimated that almost 40 percent of children have dental cavities by the time they reach kindergarten, and poor dental health in kids has a strong link to underperformance in school. Children with cavities are three times more likely to skip school because of physical or emotional pain. Maintaining your child’s oral care helps lay […]

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Brushing Habits for Adults

Over 64 million adults in the United States have some form of periodontal (gum) disease. Proper dental care is important to combat gum disease and various types of tooth decay, and your first line of defense is your daily brushing routine. However, you’d be surprised by how many adults aren’t brushing their teeth properly. Find […]

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Why Should You Floss?

Most people have heard that they should floss their teeth every day, but some see this as a minor detail in their oral health. Many believe that if they are brushing their teeth twice a day, then flossing isn’t that important. Well, here’s a secret: your dentist always knows when you’re not flossing because your […]

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