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Asking questions is an excellent way to find out more information about some of your most pressing dental health concerns. However, some people are too shy to ask questions or may not even visit their dentist often enough to ask them! Here, our professionals answer some of your most important questions that could …

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Chewing gum has come a long way since it was first introduced. Most chewing gums now are made without sugar, the ingredient that caused dentists to caution their patients against participating in this popular practice! Although many people chew gum to help freshen their breath after a meal, this practice can have …

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Getting your teeth cleaned twice a year may not seem like a priority—you might have to take time off work, you might not have any problems, it feels like twice a year is too often. However, skipping those twice-yearly dental appointments has more of an impact on your oral health than just missing a professional …

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Using mouthwash is a great addition to your oral care routine, especially in the morning when you’d like your breath to be its freshest! However, mouthwash falls short when it comes to replacing your regular brushing and flossing routine. Mouthwash has its benefits, but it should not be used in place of brushing …

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Whether you use an electronic toothbrush or a standard one, your toothbrush is what removes plaque and bacteria to help keep your teeth, gums, and even you tongue clean. Over time, your toothbrush is exposed to the millions of bacteria in your mouth as well as food particles, plaque, and even blood from gum …

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Perhaps you’ve heard of gingival surgery, also referred to as “gum grafting” for gum recession. This treatment is used for gums that have pulled back significantly from the teeth as a result of gum disease, also known as periodontal disease. This severe type of gum recession may have not responded to other types …

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When you get a cavity filled, you want to ensure that the best care is taken to protect your new filling as well as to help your mouth heal. Although many patients feel as though they can carry on with their normal routine after they leave their appointment for a dental filling, there are certain precautions …

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In a word: yes! Any type of diet affects your body, not just your dental health. When it comes to healthy teeth and gums, vegetarians need to be sure they’re getting adequate nutrition to support their pearly whites. Vegetarians tend to be much healthier than meat eaters, but their dental health can suffer if …

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If your gums are swollen, red, or tender, you may be experiencing symptoms of gum disease. However, not every person who’s experiencing swollen gums will have gum disease. It’s crucial to visit your dentist to determine if you’re suffering from symptoms of gingivitis, although these symptoms often involve bleeding …

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Are you one of the many people who put off cosmetic dentistry treatment because you’re afraid you can’t afford it? Prepare to reconsider your options! Cosmetic dentistry is much more affordable than you think. Insurance policies are covering more procedures like dental implants as they become more common. Your …

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