How Smoking Affects Your Teeth

Did you know there are 36 million smokers in the United States? This number has declined over the years, but this still amounts to about 15 percent of the population. Tobacco damages your teeth in many different ways, as cigarettes limit your mouth's ability to fight...

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Coping with Dental Anxiety

A visit to the dentist for anyone can cause anxiety. While adults know that going to the dentist is necessary for good health, it can be easy to forget the benefits. Typically, this kind of anxiety comes from a bad experience at the dentist, but anxiety can run deeper...

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Answering Frequently Asked Dental Questions

We're here to answer some frequently asked questions about your dental health so you can feel at ease when you visit our office for an appointment. If you have any additional questions, visit this helpful link: Questions About Going To The Dentist How safe are dental...

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Nighttime Tips for Improving Oral Health

As you're sleeping, a lot can happen to your mouth during those eight hours. Bacteria forms plaque, which starts to gather on your teeth as you sleep, creating the possibility for tartar, cavities and gingivitis to form. But don't worry, because there are several ways...

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