Tag Archives: Oral Health

Meds, Cavities & Dry Mouth

Dry mouth can be uncomfortable and irritating, but did you know it can be caused by your prescription medications? Over 500 prescription medication report dry mouth as a common side effect. Prescribed medications for conditions such as allergies and anxiety … Continue reading

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Seal Out Tooth Decay

We know that starting our kids on a dental hygiene routine from an early age is critical for their life long oral health. Flossing and brushing are the best ways to keep out cavities and prevent tooth decay. But what … Continue reading

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Summer Smile Tips

During the summer months, it is easy to fall out of your regular routine. Kids are out of school and adventures are around every corner. With longer days that turn into long nights, brushing and flossing may not be at … Continue reading

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Halloween Candy And Your Teeth

The scariest part of Halloween is the damage all that candy does to your teeth! Spooky plaque feeds off sugar, allowing it to rapidly spread and take over your mouth. Plaque buildup can cause gum disease, bad breath, sensitive teeth, … Continue reading

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Diabetes And Oral Health

Diabetes is quickly becoming one of the most frequently diagnosed systemic diseases for both children and adults. There are a wide range of factors affecting the surge in diabetes, including increased added sugar in the modern American diet, the prevalence … Continue reading

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Aging And Oral Health..

Modern dentistry recommends that we strive to keep our natural teeth healthy for as long as possible for the best quality of life. With the advent of new technology in the dental field and improved standards of oral health in … Continue reading

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Make a New Years Resolution For Better Oral Health…

Though January 1 is a great time for resolving to eat better, exercise more, and make more time for the things we love, any date on the calendar is a great time to resolve to have better oral health. Whether … Continue reading

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Back to School Cavity Prevention..

As parents, the end of summer marks the beginning of back-to-school preparation. This includes school supply shopping, summer reading, and visits with your child’s doctor and dentist to ensure that he or she is healthy for the upcoming school year. … Continue reading

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Oral Health Care During Pregnancy…

Pregnancy brings with it many joys and surprises, but it also brings about some health changes. Among the other bodily changes that occur during pregnancy, some changes in your oral health status may occur as well. Hormonal gingivitis is common … Continue reading

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Healthy Habits for Your Smile!

Do you ever feel frustrated when you are told you have a cavity despite diligent tooth brushing and flossing? There are many factors influencing your oral health and understanding how to identify your individual risk factors can play an important … Continue reading

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