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Good Gum Health = Good Overall Health

If it’s September, then it’s time to smile big for another Gum Care Awareness Month. And, it’s time to give us a call to set up your next dental exam and cleaning. What Gum Disease Looks Like You can recognize whether you may have gum disease by looking out for one or more of the following indications: Your gums are…

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Inviting Basic Dental Care in Sweetwater

How seriously do you take your oral health? It’s a question that many people should be asking themselves. You can tell how seriously people take their oral health by looking at their basic dental care routine. Visiting your Sweetwater dentist is an important part of keeping your teeth and gums healthy. However, you also have to do your part at…

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Uncover the Truth About Root Canal Treatment

Hearing that you need to have a root canal can lead to a lot of anxiety. You may be operating under the misconception that a root canal is the cause of tooth pain. This is simply not the case. A root canal is a commonly performed dental procedure that gets rid of tooth pain. Since the procedure is done under…

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What to Expect with a Tooth Extraction

There are many people who fear having to see a dentist. The combination of factors like noisy tools, sharp objects, and the unknown make it difficult to see beyond that fear. If you’d like to reduce any fears you have about going to the dentist, gathering some knowledge about what to expect can help you to feel at ease. Tooth…

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Understanding Sensitive Teeth

Did you ever take a drink of an ice-cold lemonade on a hot day and wish you had waited? When you have sensitive teeth, any food or drink that is almost boiling hot or cold will cause a sharp jolt of pain. You have to wait until your food or drink is tepid. Pain usually lasts until the tooth settles…

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Preventing Tooth Decay

Dentists and other dental professionals don’t have a lot of cavities in their mouths. They may have developed some as children, but as adults, they learned how easy it is to prevent developing any more. You can use the same methods to have a nice, healthy smile. The main thing you need to do is be vigilant about your dental…

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Reasons and Remedies for Tooth Discoloration

If you have yellowed or stained teeth, you may be less likely to show off your smile to the people you meet. The good news is that you can get help in restoring your smile to its former beauty with the latest and most practical solutions for all your dental care requirements. There are professional teeth whitening services in our…

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Why Flossing Is a Must, Not a Maybe

Why Is it Important to Floss? Think about your oral health routine. Do you make sure to brush your teeth at least twice a day and schedule regular checkups at our dental office? What about flossing? Are you also making sure that you floss once a day? Unfortunately, some people consider flossing as optional if they brush their teeth twice…

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Causes of Bleeding Gums and Gum Disease

Periodontal Disease Explained You’ve probably heard about the dangers of cavities and tooth decay since you were a child. However, you may not have heard so much about another, more common and less known disease; gum disease. Periodontal disease, more commonly called gum disease, is a bacterial infection. It occurs when the toxins in plaque inflame and irritate the gum…

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Brushing Up on the Benefits of Brushing

We learn as kids to brush twice a day, however, often we don’t learn all the little, necessary tricks to make brushing the most effective it can be. Our parents bought us toothbrushes and toothpaste and helped us floss, so we didn’t learn everything we need to know as adults. A quick refresher course for adults is useful, especially if…

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