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  • Abscessed Tooth

    An abscessed tooth is a type of dental infection deep within a tooth or gum, which is most commonly caused by severe tooth decay.  In other cases, a tooth can become abscessed as the result of some type of trauma, such as a cracked tooth, an untreated cavity, or a pocket that forms as the result of

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  • Baby Bottle Cavities

    It is not uncommon for parents to underestimate the importance of taking young children to the dentist's office. After all, they are going to lose those baby teeth anyway. However, the truth is that children should visit the dentist for the first time just after their first tooth emerges, and no later

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  • Bad Breath

    Bad breath, officially known as halitosis, is a problem that plagues most people at some time in their life.  While breath fresheners such as mints and gums can temporarily solve the issue, there are preventive measures that can be taken to stop bad breath before it starts.The best way to prevent bad

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  • Baby Teeth

    Does the quality of care of baby teeth influence the health of permanent teeth? The short answer to this question is, yes. Although baby teeth, also known as milk teeth or primary teeth, are replaced by permanent teeth they play an important role in your child's dental development. Baby teeth act

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  • Braces

    Orthodontics is a dental specialty, which means certain dentists receive advanced training to become a specialist in this area.   Probably the most well known of the dental specialists, orthodontists have been specifically trained and certified to treat malocclusion, or "bad bite".  Braces are a common

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  • Cavities

    A cavity is a hole in the tooth that develops as a result of tooth decay, which breaks down tooth enamel and destroys tooth structure.  When sugars and starches are left on the teeth, plaque forms and combines with bacteria, producing acids that eat away at tooth enamel and cause decay. There are

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  • Brushing & Flossing

    Adults should brush their teeth after every meal, or at least three times daily, and they should floss once every day.  The reality is that many people have schedules that are too busy to permit brushing three times a day, but all children over three years of age and all adults should brush at least

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  • Braces

    There are so many options available to today's orthodontic patients: how do you know which one is right for you? The type of orthodontic fixture that is best for a particular patient depends on a number of factors, such as the extent of treatment needed, the amount of time that patient wishes to dedicate

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  • Braces FAQ

    Are you ready to straighten your smile, or do you have a child that needs orthodontic treatment?  If so, you know that a lot of questions go along with braces and other orthodontic solutions.  Here are some answers to the most common questions we receive about orthodontics.  For more information specific

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  • Children & Teens

    Have Your Dentist Talk to Your Kids about Oral Hygiene Expectations Have your dentist (the expert) share with your child about why it's important to keep their teeth and their gums healthy with regular brushing and flossing. Power Struggles with Older Kids If and when you get into a power struggle

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  • Cleanings & Polishing

    Professional Dental Cleaning Experienced dental professionals recommend that all people over the age of three brush their teeth three times a day and floss once daily. In reality, many people have busy schedules that make brushing three times daily difficult, but at the very minimum all adults should

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  • Cosmetic Dentistry

    While traditional (or general) dentistry is focused on maintaining the health of a patient's teeth and gums, cosmetic dentistry refers to dental treatments designed to improve or enhance the appearance of a person's smile.  Often, cosmetic dentistry treatments are employed to mend the appearance of

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  • Dental Crowns

    When a tooth is damaged beyond what fillings, dental bonding, or porcelain veneers can repair, a dental crown, also known as a dental cap, is often the best remedy.  A dental crown, which often follows the removal of infected tooth pulp through a root canal, is a cap that fits over the entire surface

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  • Dental Examinations

    Dental associations recommend that all patients over the age of three visit their family or general dentist every six months. During this visit, patients undergo a thorough dental cleaning and an in-depth examination of their teeth, gums, and entire mouth. The following procedures can be expected during

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