Visiting Our Office for Dry Mouth

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Recognizing xerostomia symptoms is one of the most imperative things you can do for your dental health. Well-rounded knowledge of and treatment dry mouth can go a long way, so please continue reading this post and strive to memorize this info. If you believe you’re experiencing the effects of xerostomia, there are a few things… Read more »

Spring Cleaning for a Healthier Smile

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Spring is in the air, and it feels like a renewal and rebirth after the dreary long nights and short days of winter.  Many of us have the urge to rejuvenate with a good spring cleaning, so why not refresh our oral habits for a brighter smile? Toothbrush Spring is the perfect time to replace old… Read more »

What You Need to Know About Gum Chewing

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Did you know that some gum has earned the ADA’s seal of approval? Does that mean that chewing gum is good for your teeth? Should you add chewing gum to your daily routine? In reality, gum, even with the ADA’s seal of approval, can be good and bad for your teeth. When you eat, acids… Read more »

Baby Teeth 101

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Your baby’s teeth and gums need tending even before their first dental visit, which should take place by their first birthday, or six months after their first tooth erupts. Before then you can clean baby’s gums with a soft, clean washcloth and once the teeth begin erupting, brush the teeth gently with plain water several… Read more »