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Dec
18

Attention Animal Lovers: Your Pet’s Teeth Also Matters

Pets need dental attention too! While your general dentist is probably not qualified to take a peek in your dog’s mouth, that doesn’t mean that you should let your pet skip regular dental visits. Next time your pet goes to the vet, make sure that they check their teeth. Your pet can suffer from bleeding […]

Dec
11

The Science of Growing Teeth: Stem cell therapy reveals limitless possibilities

If a patient has lost multiple teeth, whether from gum disease, a sports-related incident, or a car accident, severe trauma to the mouth can require lengthy and extremely costly procedures. The current treatment of choice-dental implants-is effective for even the most serious cases. However, sufferers may have an unprecedented option for recovery with stem cell […]

Dec
4

What Does Your Dentist’s Title Mean?

You have likely noticed the string of letters after you dentist’s name, but do you know what they mean? Well, we are here to clarify what that list of letters actually means. First of all, that string of consonants indicates that your dentist graduated from an accredited dental school. This means that your dentist is […]

Nov
26

Relief for Tooth Sensitivity

For those who suffer from sensitive teeth, some of the more mundane things (e.g. sipping from a cold beverage or eating a bite of their favorite food) can be an agonizing endeavor. Not only is tooth sensitivity painful, but it can also lead to serious oral health problems. Tooth sensitivity is caused when enamel is […]

Nov
19

The Scary Link Between Childhood Obesity and Tooth Decay

With childhood obesity on the rise, it is important to shed a spotlight on the issue. We’d like to do our part by examining one often overlooked aspect when discussing childhood obesity: the damage it does to teeth! We live in a world where everything is big. Our restaurant chains are big, our portion sizes […]

Nov
12

Lessons Learned From Neanderthal Dental Plaque

Dentists, for good reason, care a lot about plaque. Brushing and flossing regularly is essential to reducing plaque and keeping your teeth and gums free from bacteria. However, plaque can harbor plenty of information about an individual, as it is one of the most DNA rich areas of the human body. Sticky plaque catches all […]

Nov
5

Oral Health Problems in New Moms

We get it. When you’re a new mother, your top concern is your baby. Sometimes, however, this means neglecting the most important person…you! Here are some surprising ways your oral health can suffer during those crucial first few months of your baby’s life, and what to do if you encounter them.

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Oct
29

Angular Cheilitis & What it Means for Your Dental Health

The cooler months are upon us, and along with them come dry, cracked, bleeding skin. In addition to keeping a tube of lotion or lip balm next to you at all times, you may want to read up on Angular Cheilitis, a condition that may be causing the corners of your mouth to be cracked, […]

Oct
22

Watch Out For Fluoride

Fluoride is a must if you want healthy, strong, cavity-free teeth. Fluoride hardens enamel, which helps prevent your teeth from decaying. But fluoride, which can often be found in your town’s drinking supply, may suddenly be harder to find. Many towns nationwide have decided to stop fluoridating the water to save money. Some towns have […]

Oct
15

Tooth Decay May Prohibit Growth in Children

As children grow, it’s only natural that we, as parents, go to great lengths to ensure they become healthy and happy adults. Recent studies have shown that tooth decay may affect the way children grow up. These studies found that tooth decay actually inhibits growth in children. Because of these findings, it is important for […]

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