The Do’s and Don’ts of Invisalign Care

Posted by on May 25, 2018 in Blog, dental care, dentistry | 0 comments

Patients beginning Invisalign treatment are well on their way to a beautiful, straighter smile. Invisalign straightens teeth without the metallic look of braces, but just because they’re invisible on the teeth doesn’t mean they’re completely maintenance-free. Failing to care for the aligners can result in discoloration and a buildup of bacteria, which can lead to oral hygiene issues. Putting in just a few minutes a day to care for the...

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Reclaim Your Smile With These Teeth Replacement Options

Posted by on Apr 20, 2018 in Blog, dentistry | 0 comments

People lose teeth for a number of different reasons, such as tooth decay, gum disease, age, or underlying medical conditions like diabetes or rheumatoid arthritis. Patients with missing teeth often lack the confidence they had with a full smile. But there are ways to replace or rehabilitate missing teeth, so patients can regain the confidence that comes with a full, beautiful smile. Dental Implants Dental implants are surgically placed into...

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Is Sugar Really so Bad for Your Teeth?

Posted by on Mar 26, 2018 in Blog | 0 comments

Growing up, kids are told that if they eat too much sugar, they get cavities. This isn’t a far stretch from the truth, as sugar consumption certainly plays a role in cavity formation, but sugar itself isn’t the cause of tooth decay. Understanding the science behind tooth decay can help people understand how to properly care for their teeth after eating or drinking sugar to best avoid cavities. Is Sugar the Real Cause of Tooth Decay? The...

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Understanding the Symptoms and Risk Factors of Gum Disease

Posted by on Mar 1, 2018 in Blog, dental care, dentistry | 0 comments

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), an estimated 64.7 million American adults have some degree of gum disease, which is about 47.2 percent of the population. One of the biggest culprits for gum disease is plaque—a thick bacterial film that constantly forms on teeth and gums. When caught in its early stages, gum disease, also known as periodontal disease, is reversible. Read on to learn more about the symptoms and...

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