What To Do When You Have a Cavity

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A cavity occurs when your tooth enamel has been highly damaged, enough that a hole has developed, which exposes the inner parts of your tooth. If measures are not taken, cavities can cause infection or even tooth loss. Cavities don’t just happen for no reason.If you have a cavity, it’s time for a re-assessment of… Read more »

Can a Dental Bridge Rescue Your Smile?

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Can a dental bridge rescue your smile? If you’ve lost a tooth in an oral accident, tooth extraction, or in another unhappy circumstance, then yes it can. Dental bridges were created to fill the gaps left behind by a missing tooth. Dr. at and his expert team are highly skilled in all manner of tooth… Read more »

Common Questions About Toothaches

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Oftentimes, pain or discomfort in a person’s mouth is attributed to toothaches. Although toothaches are common, they are serious and should always be dealt with as soon as possible. If left unchecked, toothaches can cause tooth failure, tooth loss, and other health issues within the body, including serious infections. Listed below are some common questions… Read more »

Whitening Your Sensitive Teeth

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Are you unhappy with the color of your teeth? Are you interested in teeth whitening but worried about the treatment because you have sensitive teeth? If so, there are a few things you can do to protect your pearly whites while avoiding painful or uncomfortable side effects. If you’re interested in whitening your teeth, you… Read more »

How to Get Rid of Bad Breath

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How often do you have to deal with bad breath? This embarrassing condition is typically caused by bacteria or by food particles in your mouth. While removing bacteria may be your best answer, there are a few things other options you can consider to attain immediate relief. While you may think of using a breath… Read more »

How to Respond to Soft Tissue Injuries

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Do you know what the soft tissue in your mouth is? As you probably guessed, it’s the soft tissue—including your tongue, cheeks, lips, and gums. Sadly, you’ve probably cut your soft tissue before, but do you remember how you responded. Similarly, do you know what you should do if you—or maybe your child—injure their soft… Read more »

The Different Types of Cavities

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As you probably know, cavities are a common problem. Fortunately, cavities are less common than they have been in the past. Sadly, despite their prevalence cavities can be hard to identify. In reality, there are three different types of cavities. Of course, all cavities are caused by decay. In fact, the simplest type of cavity… Read more »

Do You Want to Stop Tooth Decay?

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Do you know what the most common disease in children is?  Did you know that the disease is dental caries, also known as cavities? Did you know that the same disease is very common in adults? But the news isn’t all bad, since there are many things you can do to protect your smile.  You’ve… Read more »

How Snap-On Smile® Can Give You The Smile Of Your Dreams

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Have you always wanted a beautiful, straight, white smile? Of course there are ways to change it through the application of dental veneers and implants, but those options can be invasive and expensive. However, you can still get the smile of your dreams today with Snap-On Smile®. A Snap-On Smile® is a removable, restorative appliance… Read more »

What You Need To Know About Cavities

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The Risk Factors There may be some things you do every day that increase the risk of developing a cavity such as: Keeping poor oral hygiene. When you do not clean plaque away with brushing and flossing, it will continue to produce acids that eat away at tooth enamel. Eating lots of sugary foods, frequently… Read more »