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Poor awareness among parents may hinder a child’s early dental care

Poor awareness among parents may hinder a child’s early dental careContact Us Anytime Give us a call to schedule your dental appointmentContact InfoOpen HoursAccording to a new survey conducted by researchers at the C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital, many parents are not aware of national recommendations for early dental care for their children. The survey found that one in 6 parents who haven’t received any advice from doctors are likely to postpone their child’s dental care visits until the age...

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Know more about Gum Disease

Know more about Gum DiseaseContact Us Anytime Give us a call to schedule your dental appointmentContact InfoOpen HoursAt the beginning, it is silent, practically invisible and, sometimes, even without pain. But once periodontal disease occurs, it is only a matter of time until its presence becomes known with uncomfortable, unsightly and possibly irreparable side effects. Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, is the leading cause of tooth loss in adults. There are several types and...

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Apply These 9 Techniques To Improve Dental Health

Apply These 9 Techniques To Improve Dental HealthContact Us Anytime Give us a call to schedule your dental appointmentContact InfoOpen HoursTake care of your oral health Achieving healthy teeth takes a lifetime of great care. Even if you’ve been told that you have nice teeth, it’s essential to take the right steps every day to take care of them and prevent problems. This involves getting the right oral care products, as well as being mindful of your daily habits. Brush before bed Brushing...

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Causes of a loose tooth

Causes of a loose toothContact Us Anytime Give us a call to schedule your dental appointmentContact InfoOpen HoursGum disease Also known as periodontitis, this disease involves inflammation and infection of the gums. It is usually caused by poor dental hygiene habits. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the United States reports that half of adults in the country aged 30 or older have gum disease. When brushing and flossing, the plaque is not removed, gum disease can...

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Managing the symptoms of teething?

Managing the symptoms of teething?Contact Us Anytime Give us a call to schedule your dental appointmentContact InfoOpen HoursTeething occurs when an infant’s teeth first begin to break through the gums. This typically takes place between the ages of 6 and 12 months. If an infant is experiencing the typical symptoms of teething, it is possible to treat them at home. Treatments include: Drying off drool Excessive drool can cause skin irritation. Therefore, use a clean cloth to remove excess...

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10 Signs You Need to See a Dentist

10 Signs You Need to See a DentistContact Us Anytime Give us a call to schedule your dental appointmentContact InfoOpen HoursToothache If your mouth or jaw hurt, it could be from a toothache. Toothaches usually indicate a cavity but they can also signal gum disease. In some cases, a toothache is a sign of an abscess or impacted tooth. A toothache is a sign you need to contact us right away to determine the cause of the problem and prevent the tooth from dying. Sensitive Teeth If your teeth...

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Breast Cancer And The Root Canal: What Your Dentist May Not Know About The Root Canal

Breast Cancer And The Root Canal: What Your Dentist May Not Know About The Root CanalContact Us Anytime Give us a call to schedule your dental appointmentContact InfoOpen HoursRecently, Dr Thomas Rau, director of the Paracelsus Klnik in Lustmuhle Switzerland, looked into the records of 150 of his breast cancer patients. What he found was that 147 (98%) of these patients had one or more root canals in the same meridian as the original cancer tumor.. Dr Rau had been led into this investigation...

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