Toothaches and Sensitive Teeth

You don’t have to suffer with sensitive teeth or a toothache that won’t go away. A dentist can identify what is causing your discomfort and recommend solutions to desensitize your teeth and fix what is causing your toothache. What are…
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The Best Habits for Good Oral Health

Maintaining proper oral health by brushing, flossing and visiting the dentist regularly is important to prevent tooth decay and gum disease. Eating a healthy diet, wearing a mouth guard during sports and avoiding bad habits such as chewing ice are…
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3 Things You Need to Know About Fluoride

Fluoride is very beneficial when it comes to our teeth, especially when it comes to decay. It re-mineralizes tooth enamel. Fluoride works as an antimicrobial agent, which kills the plaque bacteria that causes decay. Fluoride is very good for tooth…
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All About Fluoride

Fluoride is a mineral found naturally in water and soil that helps to build the enamel on teeth which protects them from decay. Children should be exposed to fluoride while they are young and their tooth enamel is being formed.…
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Root Canals: Myth Vs. Reality

Getting root canal therapy is a very simple procedure, unlike years ago where we didn’t give adequate anesthesia and we didn’t take the time to educate the patient. There is an inherent fear with root canals. I always get this…
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Important Ways Diet Affects Our Oral Health

The most important way that diet affects your oral health is that the vitamins and minerals that a good diet provides nourish your teeth and your gums. Ingesting good foods in balance provides you with all these nutrients to keep…
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Diet and Oral Health

Your diet directly affects your oral health. Eating foods rich in calcium, iron and B vitamins will help your teeth stay strong and keep your gums healthy. Avoiding sticky, sugary foods, sports drinks and soda are all easy ways to…
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Parents: Don’t Blame Genetics

Parents may sometimes blame genetics but the reality is that you cannot blame genetics on tooth decay in kids. The primary cause for tooth decay in children is having a child’s mouth that is not optimally clean. Parents tend to…
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