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Back to School Teeth Cleaning

If your child has not been to the dentist recently, now may be the perfect time to schedule an appointment. As summer break comes to an end, making sure your child is free of dental issues and goes back to ...
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The Importance of Mouthguards

If you have a child that plays football or hockey, you’re probably aware of how important mouthguards are to their safety. However, it is important to remember that if your child is involved in any sport or activity, they should ...
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Summer Dental Health Pt. 2

Having a party or event with friends and family is popular during the summer months. If you do find yourself hosting a party, the last thing you probably think about is keeping your guest’s teeth and gums healthy. However, there ...
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Summer Dental Health Pt. 1

With summer just about here, many of us are getting ready for a family vacation or just relaxing outside during a warm summers night. To keep your mouth healthy and enjoy a summer free of dental issues, remember these dental ...
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When Should I See the Dentist

Cleanings and exams are crucial to keeping your mouth healthy. Besides these six-month checkups, are there any other times you should visit your dentist? Dry Mouth Does your mouth continuously feel dry? Saliva helps fight cavity-causing bacteria in our mouth. ...
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Do You Know What Dental Plaque Is?

Although dental plaque forms on our teeth each day, if it is not cleaned it can lead to some major issues. Learn more about dental plaque and how to keep a healthy mouth below. Did you know that plaque forms ...
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How Does Soda Affect Our Teeth?

It’s no secret that soda is bad for your health. Besides an increased risk of obesity and diabetes, soda is one of the leading causes of tooth decay. Soda is harmful to our teeth due to a couple of things. ...
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Tooth Sensitivity: The Common Causes

In our last blog, we explored tooth sensitivity and started to address what can cause sensitive teeth. Below, Dr. Gradeless discusses some common causes of tooth sensitivity. Uneven Bite – When your teeth are hitting each other too soon or ...
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