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Are you aware of the benefits of protecting your smile during cold and flu season? Cold and flu season is that time of year when many individuals often find themselves suffering from a physical downturn in their health. Because we are often so focused on caring for a cold or the flu, many individuals tend… Read more »
Take a good look at portraits from the Civil War. Ever notice that the soldiers aren’t smiling? The primary reason for that was because it took a long time to expose the film, and it was just as easier for people not to hold a smile. But the smiles probably weren’t that attractive. Dental care… Read more »
If you have a child on the way, you need to be aware of its effect on your oral health. A pregnancy can increase your risk for gum disease and other oral health problems and issues. Be aware that oftentimes individuals may begin to neglect their oral health care so be sure to avoid these… Read more »
The importance of brushing and flossing your smile every day, as well as visiting the dentist for regular dental appointments, is common knowledge. These routine dental habits are the foundation of achieving stable dental health. However, there is always more to learn about what you can do to improve your oral health, and our team… Read more »
If you have a cavity that needs to be repaired, why not talk to our dentist, Dr. Michael King about a composite filling? Composite fillings, which are also known as tooth-colored fillings, have three advantages. They bond directly with the surface of your tooth; they contain no mercury which is found in trace amounts in… Read more »
Gum disease, which is also known as periodontal disease, is a serious, dangerous and destructive dental problem. In fact, it’s one of the worst dental issues that exists. It develops when plaque builds up on the teeth and then below the the gums. It can harms your entire smile by creating receding gums as well… Read more »
To avoid numerous other oral health risks associated with missing teeth such as further tooth decay and tooth slippage, it is important to replace all missing teeth whenever you lose any. If you are scheduled for a tooth extraction in the future, it is important to have a general idea in place after speaking with… Read more »