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Affordable Dental Implants – Tooth Implants

Dental implant candidates must have healthy gums and enough bone to sustain the implant. See your dentist or make an appointment with us for a comprehensive evaluation to see if you qualify for our low-cost dental implants. The Benefits of Dental Implants Dental implants provide numerous advantages, including Improved appearance. Dental implants look and feel … Continue reading Affordable Dental Implants – Tooth Implants

The Link between Diabetes and Oral Health Issues

In 1975, the American Diabetes Association designated November as Diabetes Awareness Month, and we now use this month to educate the public about diabetes signs, symptoms, and prevention. Because of the specific effects diabetes has on our patients' oral health, we have a unique viewpoint on it in the dental community. What Is the Impact of … Continue reading The Link between Diabetes and Oral Health Issues

Common Symptoms Of Tooth Decay?

Tooth decay can occur when acid is produced by plaque that accumulates on your teeth. If plaque is allowed to accumulate, it can lead to additional issues such as dental caries (holes in the teeth), gum disease, or dental abscesses (pupil collections at the ends of the teeth or in the gums). Tooth decayTooth decay … Continue reading Common Symptoms Of Tooth Decay?

The Importance of Teaching Children Good Dental Health Habits

The American Dental Association has designated February as National Children's Dental Health Month in order to educate children and their caregivers about the importance of good oral health habits, but we know that teaching children how to properly care for their teeth is especially important so that they will carry those healthy habits into adulthood. … Continue reading The Importance of Teaching Children Good Dental Health Habits

Top 10 Dental Tips for the Holidays

The holidays are almost here, and with them comes a smorgasbord of delicacies you've probably been looking forward to all year. Your taste buds are ecstatic and ready to savor every moment. Meanwhile, your teeth and gums are trembling in fear of the impending onslaught. You can still enjoy the holidays without jeopardizing your white, … Continue reading Top 10 Dental Tips for the Holidays

Dental X-rays

Dental X-rays (radiographs) are images of your teeth that are used by your dentist to assess your oral health. These X-rays, which employ low levels of radiation, are used to acquire images of the interior of your teeth and gums. This can assist your dentist in identifying issues such as cavities, dental decay, and impacted … Continue reading Dental X-rays

What Can I Do to Avoid Dental Issues?

"Nothing you wear is more essential than your smile," they say. A wonderful smile is memorable. It demonstrates self-assurance, contentment, and enjoyment. It does, however, take some effort to keep it that way. Fortunately, we have included some daily advice to help you maintain your teeth healthy and prevent dental problems. What Can I Do … Continue reading What Can I Do to Avoid Dental Issues?

­­How Eating Disorders Can Affect Your Oral Health

How eating disorders can damage your mouth, and how your dental team can assist in detecting early warning indications Eating disorders, such as anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating disorder, can have harmful consequences on the mouth; their symptoms can range from mild to severe, and dental practitioners are frequently among the first to spot potential … Continue reading ­­How Eating Disorders Can Affect Your Oral Health

What Should You Expect During a Tooth Extraction?

While many teenagers and adults have their wisdom teeth out, there are additional reasons why adult tooth extraction may be required. A dental extraction may be required due to severe tooth decay, infection, or crowding. When getting braces, one or two teeth may need to be removed to provide room for the other teeth as … Continue reading What Should You Expect During a Tooth Extraction?

What You Can Do If You Have Bad Breath

What You Can Do If You Have Bad Breath It's simple to improve your breath while also keeping your teeth and gums healthy. Try these easy steps to keep your mouth feeling fresh and clean. 1) Brush and floss more frequently. Plaque, the sticky film that forms on your teeth, collects bacteria that cause bad … Continue reading What You Can Do If You Have Bad Breath