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Are Dogs’ Mouths Really Cleaner Than Ours? 

Dogs have long been considered man’s best friend. But is it really true that their mouths are cleaner than ours? Some people believe this to be the case, while others are not so sure. Let’s […]

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Don’t Overdo the Candy or You Might Get a Cavity

It’s that time of year again–Halloween! And while it’s always fun to dress up and go trick-or-treating, it’s important to be aware of the potential effects all that candy may have on your teeth.   What […]

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Is At-Home Whitening Bad for Your Teeth?

A person’s smile is one of the first things other people notice about them. Many people are self-conscious of their smile, especially if their teeth don’t follow conventional beauty standards. Coffee, wine, smoking, and vaping […]

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Should I Use a Water Flosser?

If you’ve been to a dentist, the dentist or the hygienist has probably asked how regularly you floss. Whether or not you tell the truth, your dentist knows if you’ve been flossing or not. Flossing […]

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To Veneer or Not to Veneer

Everyone wants a beautiful smile that they can show to the world. Many people opt for the cosmetic dental procedure that perfects their smile called “veneers.” Porcelain veneers can enhance the appearance of your smile […]

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What to Know About Tooth Gems

Tooth gems are little gems or crystals that people have adhered to their teeth. Having a little bling may add some sparkle to your smile, but these gems can also cause unnecessary damage to your […]

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Three Things to Know Before Getting a Dental Implant

If you’re missing a tooth, you may be considering a dental implant. Dental implants can replace the lost tooth or teeth and are a long-lasting option that many patients opt for. However, not everyone is […]

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What to Do if You Have a Chipped Tooth

When you chip or crack your tooth you could be exposing the sensitive inner layers of your tooth to bacteria, which can lead to an infection. The enamel of your tooth is there to protect […]

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Signs That You May Have a Cavity

Cavities are permanent damage that occurs to your teeth as a result of tooth decay/rot. There are bacteria in the mouth that try to break down the minerals in teeth and cause holes. Cavities can […]

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3 Tips for Finding a Dentist Who Will Care for Your Entire Family

 When it comes to finding a dentist who will care for your entire family, it can be tricky. You want to find someone who is experienced and qualified, but you also want them to be […]

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