Category Archives: Dental Health

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Do You Know What Saliva Does for Your Mouth?

In a normal, healthy mouth, saliva is ever-present. This fluid is such a mainstay that we often don’t think much about it. We may become more acutely aware of saliva when a certain smell causes us to produce more of the fluid. We may also notice when the mouth lacks adequate moisture. Beyond lubricating the…Read the full article


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Why Do I Get Cavities?

When you brush your teeth twice a day as you’ve always heard you must, you inevitably expect to have fewer issues with cavities. If you experience a new bout with tooth decay now and then, you may up your game and start using an antibacterial mouthwash, fluoride toothpaste, and be more diligent about flossing and…Read the full article


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Give Your Smile Some Love

If you love your smile and want to keep enjoying its beauty, you’ve got to give it some love. If you’re one of the many people who aren’t completely happy with the way your teeth look, your smile is in need of even more TLC. The good news is that it’s possible to turn around…Read the full article



Dental Care for the Autistic Patient

People with loved ones affected by autism often have questions related to dental care. Dental exams and procedures can be frightening for anyone. For those with autism, not knowing what to expect can amplify the anxiety associated with seeing the dentist. This is as true for the adult with autism as it is for the…Read the full article


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Cavity Prevention Tips to Remember Daily

When kids get cavities, we feel for them. When we get cavities as adults, we may worry and wonder why. We get questions like this from patients who brush twice a day as they’ve been taught and still struggle with some degree of tooth decay. Here, we discuss what could be happening and how you…Read the full article


Is it Safe to See the Dentist During the COVID Pandemic?

We’ve faced some harrowing months in our city, but our resilience is seeing us through. Since early Spring, we’ve seen cities close, open, and close again. The uncertainty has led many people to question the safety of seeing their dentist for regularly-scheduled appointments. Even now that medical and dental care facilities are resuming non-urgent services,…Read the full article





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