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How Do I Know if I Need a Dental Crown?

  • Mar 26 2024

When it comes to restorative dental procedures, the dental crown is among the most popular and most versatile. These customized restorations are capable of addressing significant tooth damage or decay in order to restore both form and function to your smile.  But even with all of that said, how do you know when a crown […]

Tips to Follow to Keep Your Teeth White

  • Feb 20 2024

A stunning smile can help you live more confidently and face interactions in both social and professional settings more effectively. For many, the shade of their smile is the biggest concern. Luckily, there are plenty of tips you can follow to keep your teeth white. Following a Proper Oral Hygiene Routine Brushing and flossing are […]

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Jaw Pain: When to Seek Professional Dental Care

  • Jan 24 2024

Jaw pain can quickly become a serious issue in your life. Whether you face persistent aching pain or sharp pain when biting or chewing, you may need professional dental care to achieve relief. However, many patients are hesitant to schedule an appointment unless they’re sure. Here’s what you should watch for to know when to […]

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Caring for Your Tooth After a Root Canal: Dos and Don’ts

  • Dec 20 2023

Anyone who has undergone root canal treatment knows what a relief it can be from intense tooth pain. However, the recovery process is just as essential as the operation itself in order to ensure proper healing and the long-term integrity of your crown. First and foremost, since every tooth and its history that led to […]

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Receding Gums: Causes and Treatment Options

  • Nov 11 2023

If you’ve recently noticed that your smile seems to be a bit too toothy or that pockets are beginning to form in the gum tissue that surrounds your teeth, you may be dealing with receding gums, a condition in which your gumline pulls away from your teeth. Receding gums can arise from a variety of […]

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When to Discuss Color Changes and Spots in the Mouth With Your Dentist

  • Oct 20 2023

As a part of your oral health routine, you should regularly examine the appearance of your mouth. If you see spots or changes in the color of your gums and tongue, you may need to talk to a dentist to ensure you aren’t dealing with an underlying issue. These are some of the most common […]

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Root Canal vs. Tooth Extraction: Making the Right Dental Choice

  • Sep 16 2023

Having a persistent toothache can be unbearable. At first, you might consider an extraction because it is the more cost-effective option, and it will provide immediate relief. Removing the tooth will eliminate infection, but it could jeopardize your oral health.  The other option for finding relief is a root canal. This treatment is preferable because […]

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Dental Inlay/Onlay vs. Filling: Which Is the Better Option?

  • Aug 17 2023

Dental inlays/onlays and fillings are both potential options to restore teeth affected by cavities or tooth decay. However, the choice between the two isn’t obvious at first. Each one has benefits in certain situations. When the time comes to restore your tooth, your dentist will carefully assess your needs and recommend the right procedure for […]

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How Is Halitosis Treated?

  • Jul 6 2023

Halitosis is the medical term for bad breath, and it’s something that many people deal with. While short-term bad breath could just be due to something you ate, consistent bad breath is typically associated with different levels of gum disease. A variety of treatments can be used to deal with gum disease at various stages. […]

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How Often Should You See Your Dentist for an Oral Cancer Screening?

  • Jun 15 2023

Oral cancer is an incredibly serious condition, but you can achieve the best outcomes through early detection. You should visit your dentist for oral cancer screening to identify signs of the disease as early as possible. However, you may not know how often you should see the dentist for oral cancer screening. What is oral […]