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Premedication For Dental Procedures

With certain patients a dentist will sometimes recommend that some antibiotics are taken prior a dental procedure. This form of premedication is known as antibiotic prophylaxis. What purpose does this preventative step take, and who is eligible for it? Our mouths are teeming with bacteria. This includes even the healthiest or cleanest mouth. There is […]

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Over brushing: How It Can Hurt

Brushing your teeth is a vital step in keeping healthy teeth and gums. However, brushing your teeth too often or too hard can be harmful for your mouth. Over-brushing can lead to receding gums and sensitive teeth. Brushing too often and too hard wears down the enamel on teeth as well as push back or […]

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All About Toothpaste

Is picking out a tube of toothpaste giving you pause? With all of the flavor and ingredient options available to you it’s no wonder what seems like a simple decision becomes one of the most difficult when it comes to oral hygiene. Below we’ve listed a few of the most common toothpaste options and provided […]

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Epilepsy and Oral Health

Epilepsy is a neurological disorder that is marked by sudden and recurrent seizures, loss of consciousness, and other symptoms that exhibit a problem with the electrical activity of the brain. Epilepsy is most commonly treated with medication to control the electrical activity of the brain and cut down the symptoms caused by the disorder. Special […]

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Your Mouth: What Lives In There

At any given moments there are a lot of things going on in your mouth. The enamel on your teeth is constantly demineralizing and remineralizing. Your saliva is working to neutralize the acids and bacteria your mouth comes in contact with. And there’s all sorts of stuff living in there! That’s right. Making a home […]

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Overdentures

These days, dentures aren’t just for your grandparents. Not only are dentures used to enhance the smile, and teeth, but they can help improve the self-esteem of any one, at any age, especially for someone who is missing teeth. Overdentures are a form of dentures that are available for certain patients. People who need some […]

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How Does Fluoride Work?

It’s very likely that you’ve heard all the good a little fluoride can do for your teeth. But how exactly does that magical little element do all it does? How Fluoride Works Throughout Your Life Fluoride is an anion of fluorine. It is commonly added to toothpastes, dental rinses and in many countries, including the […]

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Preparing For Your Child’s First Dentist Visit

Dental health is important for everyone, including children. A visit to a dentist can be a scary and anxiety provoking experience for a child. This is true regardless of if it is a first experience or a repeat trip (particularly if prior trips did not go well). How can parents prepare their children for a […]

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Friendly Reminders for Pregnant Dental Patients

Expecting a baby is an exciting time in life. Perhaps you had dental work planned or you are in need of dental work. Should you continue with your dental work during pregnancy? The answer is yes. Pregnancy causes a lot of changes in a woman’s body both physically and chemically. There is a link between […]

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National Children’s Dental Health Month

January is National Children’s Dental Health Month! This month is, at least partially, dedicated to raising awareness of the importance of maintaining dental health through pregnancy, attending to the dental health of young children and instilling within them a respect for the importance of dental health. The Center For Medicare and Medicaid Services is offering […]

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