A Healthier Mouth Starts Here

Did you know? E-cigarettes are just as bad as regular cigarettes for oral health

Electronic cigarettes are commonly referred to as e-cigarettes or “vaping,” are just as bad for oral health as regular cigarettes, according to a

What are Amalgam vs. Composite Fillings?

Amalgam vs. Composite Fillings One of the most common dental procedures is a filling. During a filling, the tooth is cleaned out and filled to prolong

Common Dental Emergencies and First Aid

Tooth emergencies can happen suddenly and unexpectedly. Knowing how to respond when you have a dental emergency can lessen the severity and aid in you

Early American Dental Health

Today, brushing, flossing, and regular dentist visits have been the recommended way to maintain good oral hygiene, this has not always been the case.
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New Year, New Mouth: Common Sense Solutions for Vices

Resolutions are great, especially when they are realistic. We have plenty of patients who come to their appointments with an apologetic attitude. If y
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What is Impaction?

Wisdom teeth are the third molars in the back of your mouth and the last four of your 32 teeth to develop. Wisdom teeth become impacted when they pres
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Reasons Your Teeth May Hurt

Toothaches often cause irritating and sometimes intense pain. Many people initially assume that their pain will require at least one visit to a dentis
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National TMJ Awareness Month

On September 30, 1997, United States Representative Barney Frank of Massachusetts called his colleagues’ attention to the designation of that coming
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Why Replacing Teeth is Important

For a while, a missing tooth might not be a big deal. You avoid smiling for photos, maybe not chew on that side of your mouth. While you might be able
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