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Can I Reverse Gum Disease?

Periodontal disease occurs when inflammation affects the gums. According to studies by both the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Journal of the American Dental Association (JADA), nearly half of all Americans over the age of 30 have some level of gum disease, and many show signs of the most advanced stages […]

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What Can Affect Your Dental Implant?

A dental implant is an aesthetically pleasing treatment option for patients with missing teeth. It is also a functional and more reliable alternative to bridges and dentures. Dental implants are available to replace a single tooth or multiple teeth and allow patients the peace of mind and aesthetic appearance of a natural tooth. Unlike bridges, […]

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What Is the Proper Way to Brush Your Teeth?

We are all taught the importance of brushing our teeth from a young age. We know that proper at-home oral care is essential to the maintenance of our teeth and oral health, and at-home care starts with brushing your teeth at least twice a day. Although brushing seems self-explanatory and something that you can’t get […]

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Saving Teeth

While dental implants are an excellent choice in replacing teeth that have been lost or severely damaged, they will never have the same benefits as your natural teeth. Maintaining healthy teeth is a difficult task, and even with the most diligent care and maintenance, your teeth may still develop cavities and other dental issues. One […]

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The Cosmetic Aspects of Bone and Tooth Loss

Understanding the functional concerns of tooth and bone loss in the mouth is simple. A healthy mouth not only allows for ease in everyday activities, such as eating and speaking, but it also contributes to a person’s overall well-being. While a healthy mouth plays a vital role in preventing more serious medical conditions (such as […]

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