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Three Tips to Prevent Periodontal Disease

In our first blog post we discussed the “Link Between your Mouth and your Heart.” We defined periodontal disease, also know as gum disease, as an inflammatory condition caused by bacteria affecting the tissue surrounding the roots of the teeth. The blog post concluded that there is a conclusive link between your teeth and your […]

How-To Choose a Great Dentist

There are many dentists to choose from, but finding a great dentist can be a challenge. What makes a great dentist is a combination of characteristics including; education, experience, personality, attention-to-detail, cost and convenience. It’s said that you don’t know a great dentist until you find one. But once you do, patients have been known […]

Six Most Common Dental Procedures

Most people are overwhelmed and a bit intimidated by the thought of going to the dentist. Whether it is due to the lengthy period of time since their last dental exam or anxiety about the condition of their teeth and gums, information about common dental procedures can quell the butterflies and make your next experience […]

Oral Cancer Prevention and Screening

Dental Health and Me You have been brushing your teeth for as long as you can remember. Ever since you were a kid, your parents brought you to the dentist twice and year for your checkups. Every morning and every night, you knew you weren’t ready to start or end the day until your teeth […]

All about Crowns and Bridges

Everything about Crowns and Bridges Aren’t crowns something that kings and queens wear, and bridges something you walk over to get you across water? What do crowns and bridges have to do with my dental care? In this blog, we are going to go deep into the realm of dental crowns and bridges so that […]

The Link Between your Teeth and your Heart

Did you know that there is a direct link between your teeth and your heart? The Journal of Periodontology conducted a study that confirms people with periodontal disease are at a greater risk of systemic diseases such as cardiovascular disease.   The study found that diseased gums are significantly more likely to release high levels […]

The Benefits of Implant Dentistry

What Can Dental Implants Do For Me? When was the last time that you took a look into the mirror and truly smiled about what you saw in return?  Not a fake smile that lasts for a second and fades, but a real smile that you can feel from your fingertips to your toes.   […]

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