Sensitive Teeth

Battling Sensitive Teeth in the Winter

We are on the verge of the holidays and winter is in full swing. This can be a hard time for anyone who suffers from sensitive teeth considering that hot drinks and cold air don’t go hand in hand. Even taking a short breath of cold weather can hurt! For this reason, we’ve come up

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Oral Surgery

Oral Surgery Precautions

Regardless of how minor a dental procedure is, precaution should be taken and certain assumptions should be made. As your dentist, we need to know about your full medical history in order to be able to evaluate the outcome of the procedure as well as any foreseeable complications. These precautions and special considerations are medically

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What Nobody Tells You about Tooth Decay

When patients experience tooth decay, it is so important to make sure you speak to a dentist as soon as possible for diagnosis and treatment. What nobody tells you about tooth decay is that, if left untreated, it can result in some serious issues. Tooth decay left undiagnosed and untreated is not just a minor

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How do I choose and use toothbrush?

The market has already been overwhelmed with a variety of toothbrushes, which makes it difficult to choose a toothbrush. In this article we will focus on the basic criteria you should consider when choosing a toothbrush. As shown in the image, the toothbrush consists of 3 main parts. First of all, this is the handle

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Interesting Facts

Interesting Facts

Did You Know? Interesting Facts about Teeth and Dentistry The average American spends 38.5 total days brushing their teeth over a lifetime. People who drink 3 or more glasses of soda each day have 62% more tooth decay, fillings and tooth loss than others. Put down the pop and sports drinks and pick up some

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Did You Know?

There Are More Than 10 Million Bacteria on Your Toothbrush RIGHT NOW! Discard it before you get sick! Remembering to brush twice a day may earn you props from your dentist, but failure to properly take care of your toothbrush doesn’t do your mouth any favors. The average toothbrush contains more than 10 million bacteria,

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Gums Diseases

Gum diseases are an infection of the tissues surrounding and maintaining the teeth. They are the main cause of adult teeth loss. Because they are overwhelmingly painless, you will find it difficult to establish their development. Regarding periodontal disease, gingivitis is also caused by the dental plaque, which is a sticky film on the surface

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Silanization of permanent teeth

Silanization is a protection method for the newly erupted permanent teeth from developing caries. This is a preventative method that does not require invasive dental treatment. It is used in children between 6 and 12 years of age. This is the time corresponding to the period of breakthrough of permanent teeth. It consists of polishing

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Bad breath

Bad Breath

Bad breath from the mouth is a common finding, especially in patients with neglected oral hygiene. Halitosis, as this condition is known, is characterized by an unfavorable odor from the oral cavity. Causes are usually associated with retention sites in the dentition, such as broken teeth and dental restorations, missing teeth that help maintain and

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Mouth Cavity Prophylaxis

Ensuring good oral hygiene is the basis for good oral health and the prevention of unwanted diseases of the oral mucosa and teeth. The most important activities with regard to teeth are related to their good cleaning immediately after meals and bedtime. By maintaining satisfactory oral hygiene, we achieve the following important points of reference,

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