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Root Canal Therapy Can Save Your Teeth
added on: June 23, 2016

When it comes to your teeth, there is nothing better than the original. While there are plenty of restorations available to help if you lose a tooth, saving your existing teeth is always the better option. Fortunately, if your teeth have been damaged, a root canal can help to save… Read More…


Simple Ways to Prevent Gagging during Your Dental Appointment
added on: June 9, 2016

Are you worried about going to the dentist because you have a strong gag reflex? For some people a hyperactive gag reflex can cause dental anxiety, and it is something that you need to talk to your dentist about. However, there are a few things that you can do to… Read More…


Four Lunches to Take to Work that Can Combat Bad Breath
added on: May 19, 2016

Bad breath can be extremely embarrassing, especially if it happens when you are at work. While you might brush your teeth before you get into the office and won’t need to worry about bad breath in the morning, your lunch can turn all of that around. Fortunately, by choosing what… Read More…


A New Toothpaste Ingredient Could Help to Harden Your Teeth
added on: May 12, 2016

Have you heard of BioMInF? Not many people have, but it is something you could be learning about more in the future. That’s because this is a new toothpaste ingredient that could completely revolutionize the way we care for our teeth. BioMInF was developed by researchers at Queen Mary University… Read More…


Can Your Teeth Really Rot?
added on: April 28, 2016

Have you ever heard somebody explain another person’s teeth as “rotten”? You likely get the picture – their teeth are discolored, brown, and may have holes in them, but are they really rotting? What Your Dentist Means by Rotten Teeth In reality, when your dentist talks about cavities or decay,… Read More…


Can Tray Therapy Improve Your Oral Health?
added on: April 14, 2016

A recent study published in the Journal of Clinical Dentistry has suggested that prescription tray therapy can be effective at treating patients who are living with chronic gum disease. There are a variety of ways to treat the problem, including better oral hygiene, periodontal maintenance therapy, scaling and root planing,… Read More…


Noisy Sleeper in Alaska?
added on: March 31, 2016

Could your snoring be a sign of sleep apnea without you knowing it? Snoring is often the biggest indicator of sleep apnea and it is remarkable how much damage it can do to our bodies.  Here is an article from the NIH on the important role sleep plays in our health.  (click here)… Read More…


4 Health Conditions that Might Be Harming Your Oral Health
added on: March 24, 2016

Did you know that certain medical conditions can actually affect your oral health? Even diseases and disorders that have nothing to do with your teeth could indirectly impact the health of your mouth and smile. By identifying some of the most common health conditions that might affect your oral health,… Read More…


3 Ways to Correct Microdontia
added on: March 10, 2016

Do you feel that your teeth are too small for your mouth and have given you an unattractive and uneven smile? You could be living with microdontia, a genetic condition that was likely passed down to you from one of your parents. Adults with microdontia will have gaps in between… Read More…


Myth: “I’m too old…”
added on: March 3, 2016

I’ve heard it said on more than one occasion, “I want a better smile, but I’m too old for braces!” And who can disagree?  When you’re 14 years old, braces can be ok, maybe even cool with the right colors, but at 50?  60?  70? Maybe if you’re Ben Stiller,… Read More…


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