The Dentists' Blog

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Don't Forget to Change Your Toothbrush!

Have a cold or the flu? While many people are stocking their medicine cabinet with cold and sick day supplies, don't forget to add a new toothbrush to your list.

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Are You Suffering from Xerostomia?

Xerostomia is the medical term used for Dry Mouth, a condition that results from decreased salvia in the mouth, and puts many seniors at high risk for dental decay.

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Diabetes and Dental Care - Are You at Higher Risk?

While it is important for diabetics to take good care of their hearts and their bodies, those suffering from this chronic condition cannot afford to ignore their teeth.

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Choosing the Right Toothbrush

What Type of Toothbrush Should I Use? With so many shapes, sizes and styles of toothbrushes on the market, deciding which kind to buy can be confusing.

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DENTURE CARE

Cleaning and maintaining your new partial or set of dentures requires more than just brushing. Failure to properly clean partials and dentures can lead to bad breath and a buildup of food and bacteria.

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IS FLOSSING NECESSARY?

Not only do you need to brush your teeth twice a day, but flossing once a day is also just as important. Using dental floss is going to benefit your oral health and your overall health greatly.

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7 Popular Dental Myths

Brushing, flossing and twice a year checkups are standard for good dental oral health. Check out the most popular widespread dental myths and learn the real facts.

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What Causes My Bad Breath?

Given your full medical and dental history along with an oral examination, your dentist should be able to identify the cause of your bad breath, also known as halitosis.

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Seal It With Dental Sealants

Dental sealants act as a barrier, protecting the tooth enamel against plaque, acids, and decay-causing bacteria and are usually applied to the chewing surface of the back teeth where decay occurs most often.

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A Whiter Smile Can Make You Look Years Younger!

Tooth whitening is one of the most common and popular ways to make a big difference in your appearance and greatly improve how your teeth look, not to mention making you look years younger.

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