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Did you know the foods you eat and the beverages your drink may help prevent cavities? Some foods, such as cheese, help increase the acidity in your mouth, helping to prevent the growth of bacteria and prevent cavities. As the pH in the mouth raises,...read more
There are three main options for replacing missing teeth: dentures, implants and bridges. With dentures, one of more teeth are replaced with teeth that can be taken out of your mouth. Dentures take some getting used to and will never fully feel like your...read more
There are few things that can turn our stomachs like talking to someone with bad breath. Luckily, in many cases, bad breath can be prevented. Bad breath can be caused by a multitude of factors. Bacteria growth, food particles, smoking, poor dental...read more
What causes teeth stains? How can I whiten my teeth? Have you been staring in the mirror lately wishing you had a whiter, brighter smile? There are many potential causes for teeth staining. Many have to do with the foods you eat and what you drink. Dark...read more
Yes! Chewing sugar-free gum right after eating is a great way to prevent tooth decay. Chewing gum increases saliva production in your mouth which helps clear away food particles, neutralize some of the acids that can erode your teeth, and ridding your...read more
While individual oral health needs will vary, we recommend adult patients visit a dentist at least twice a year for an exam and cleaning, even if you aren’t having any problems with your teeth or gums. Having a professional exam and cleaning keeps your...read more
There are many options to whiten teeth. If your teeth are stained by coffee, wine, tobacco or certain pigmented foods, come in to our office for an in-office whitening or pick up a take-home whitening kit. If there is significant discoloration, consider veneers for...read more
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