Traditional Crown Replacement vs. CEREC

  • On November 23, 2016
Comparing Traditional Crowns and CEREC Patients who are interested in dental crowns have many different options to consider. Depending on their needs, they may think about traditional crowns or high-tech crowns using the CEREC method. Both are effective in promoting long-term dental health and restoring the look of teeth. Crowns have many different uses: They can […]
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What to Expect After Your Wisdom Teeth Removal

  • On November 22, 2016
Wisdom teeth are the third molars that emerge in the back of the mouth, typically between the ages of 18 and 25. Not everyone gets these teeth, and not everyone who gets them has problems. In many cases, it’s important to have them removed. Wisdom Teeth Removal Process When these extra teeth emerge safely and […]
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Periodontal Disease Symptoms, Risks, and Treatment Options

  • On August 24, 2016
Everybody wants a beautiful smile with bright white teeth and pink, healthy gums. However, according to a study conducted by the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH), more than half of Americans over the age of 30 notice bleeding when they brush or floss their teeth. The problem is that bleeding in the mouth isn’t […]
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Sedation Dentistry Can Calm Your Dental Anxiety

  • On August 22, 2016
Millions of people all over the United States suffer from dental anxiety. About 40 million people in the U.S. alone avoid visiting the dentist because of their worries – that’s a full 15% of the nation’s population! If you’re one of the many people who worry about seeing the dentist, have no fear. At R. […]
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How We Utilize Laser Dentistry for Periodontics

  • On August 15, 2016
Each and every day, bacteria interact with the things we eat, especially sugars. When bacteria feed on the chemicals in our foods, they multiply and create a residue on teeth called biofilm. Most people disrupt this biofilm by brushing two times a day. It’s relatively easy to remove biofilm, if done soon after it begins […]
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Strengthen Your Smile with a Healthy Diet

  • On July 8, 2016
Healthy teeth begin with a healthy diet. The foods you eat have a direct effect on your oral health, and by eating healthier, you will have a healthier, brighter smile. Not only that, but you will feel better and your body will thank you for cutting back on the sweets, acids, and other ingredients that […]
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What to Do When You Get a Tooth Fracture

  • On June 22, 2016
Dental trauma and fractured teeth can happen for a variety of reasons. Among the most common are falls, being hit in the face or being involved in some sort of accident, like an automobile collision. However, a tooth fracture can also occur when you bite down on something hard or because of decay that hasn’t […]
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Helpful Tips for Parents with Kids Suffering from Dental Pain

  • On June 15, 2016
When your child is suffering from dental pain it can be excruciating for them… and for you. As a parent, you never want to see your child in pain. As somebody who has probably had a bad toothache before, you also know how truly miserable the experience can be. There are some things you can […]
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Getting Started with At-Home Coconut Oil Pulling

  • On June 6, 2016
You may have heard talk about coconut oil pulling giving others a healthy, beautiful smile. Here, we’ll look at the benefits of using coconut oil and how it can help your dental health. What is Coconut Oil Pulling? Oil pulling was used to promote oral health long before toothbrushes were invented. The process of pushing […]
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