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Who Needs Orthodontics

Who Needs Orthodontics?

A beautiful smile can be the very thing that sets you apart from the crowd. But did you know that seeing an Orthodontist is more than simply cosmetic? If you’ve been wondering who needs Orthodontics, and whether it’s something you…

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Is Gum Disease Reversible

Is Gum Disease Reversible?

Gum disease is a common problem, affecting half of adults in the United States. The older an adult is, the more likely they are to have experienced gum disease, whether the more mild gingivitis, or the more advanced periodontitis. So…

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What Toothpaste Is The Best?

What Toothpaste is the Best?

Finding the right toothpaste in a sea of options can be daunting. You don’t have to give in to feeling overwhelmed when finding the right toothpaste is hard. Here are several ways to help you determine what toothpaste is the…

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Managing Dental Emergencies

Managing Dental Emergencies

Although dental emergencies are varied and different, there are many steps you can take to take temporary measures while waiting for urgent dental care. Read on to find out how to go about managing dental emergencies while getting urgent dental…

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5 Ways To Improve Oral Hygiene

5 Ways to Improve Oral Hygiene

We all want a bright smile that expresses all of who we are. One place to begin to cultivate that, is to improve oral hygiene. It can be a simple and easy way to cultivate a truly beautiful smile. Wait…

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How To Spot Gum Disease

How to Spot Gum Disease

Gum disease can be a silent problem, but it is surprisingly common, with 1 out of 2 adults experiencing some form of gum disease. The good news is, in its earlier stages it is easily treated, and prevented by the…

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75 Years Of Fluoride

75 Years of Fluoride

This year is the 75 anniversary of one of the biggest breaks in preventative dentistry: Fluoride in water! The History of Fluoridation Following a study by Dr. Frederick McKay into children whose teeth were stained with what was called “The…

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