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When you start focusing more seriously on dental care, there are a lot of things to keep in mind. From brushing your teeth carefully to identifying different challenges that could come your way, there are all kinds of things to keep in mind when it comes to your dental health. Fortunately, by doing what you can to identify problems and overcome issues, you can pave the way for healthier teeth and gums. For starters, you can start to improve your gum health by flossing regularly. You can also brush more carefully with a toothbrush, with special attention to cleaning your gum line. Check out these simple posts for tips and tricks for avoiding tooth decay.

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Will Chewing Gum Hurt Your Teeth?

29 May 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Do you have a habit of chewing on gum throughout the day? If so, you're likely wondering if this habit is actually harmful to your teeth. Here is what you need to know about using this chewy breath freshener on a regular basis. Chewing Gum Can Prevent Tooth Decay One thing to ask yourself is when you chew gum. If you are using it as a way to curb your appetite between meals, then chewing gum could be preventing you from eating sugary foods that are going to cause tooth decay over time. Read More …

How To Build Up Your Dental Clientele

28 May 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you live in a part of the country that's really saturated with dental professionals and you just started your own office, you may be a little bit concerned about how you can build up your clientele. Unlike other businesses where everything that you do can be marketed online, when it comes to something a little bit more medically based, there are other, more effective ways that you can get new clients to come in through the door. Read More …

Troubleshooting Pain After Dental Implant Surgery—What Is Normal?

28 May 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Dental implants are amazing, permanent restorations that can restore your chewing and speaking functions. While these procedures have very high success rates for restorations that can last a lifetime, you'll still need to undergo a recovery period. After surgery, you should expect some a few days of soreness, swelling, and a little bleeding. You may also need to take pain medication and gently clean the site. However, if the pain doesn't subside, that isn't typical or normal for recovery. Read More …

How Emergency Dentists Help Those Who Lose A Tooth After Slipping And Falling

27 May 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

When a person slips and falls and loses a tooth, they need to take immediate steps to save the tooth by contacting an emergency dentist. That's because quick response is critical in this situation and can help to protect a person from oral health issues. Slips and Falls May Cause a Knocked-Out Tooth Walking on ice is always a pretty scary situation but can become worse when a person slips and falls. Read More …

Avoid These 3 Mistakes When Caring For Your Dentures

26 May 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Whether you've recently received full or partial dentures, knowing how to take care of them is key. After all, dentures aren't cheap; with the cost of full dentures ranging from about $1,300 to $3,200, you'll want to properly maintain yours to avoid unnecessary repair or replacement costs.  Above all else, be sure to follow the care instructions provided to you by your dentist. Along with those, however, there are a few common mistakes you'll want to avoid when it comes to caring for your new dentures. Read More …