How to Deal With Bruxism

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If you’re interested in protecting your oral health, you might know there are a few simple things you should do. For example, you may know that you should brush and floss daily and that you should set up regular appointments with our team. However, would you be surprised to hear that other common habits, such… Read more »

How to Create the Best Environment for a Healthy Mouth

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The environment you create in your mouth has a lot to do with the bacterial environment you create. What we eat and drink feeds the bacteria (and we have hundreds in the mouth) allowing them to create lactic acid which causes tooth decay over time. The International Journal of Drug Testing has said that a… Read more »

Can Your Prevent Gum Disease?

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You probably know that gum disease can cause serious problems, but do you ever wonder what you can do if you have this issue? Fortunately, there are a few things you can do. Sadly. while severe instance of gum disease could require surgical help, most cases won’t. For instance, sometimes all you’ll need to stop… Read more »

Wisdom Teeth 101

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The state of your oral health is reflected by the condition of your teeth and gums. The first to be seen when you flash your pearly whites, they mirror what is going on in your mouth. All your teeth, including the ones in the back which are never seen, are vital for good oral health,… Read more »

Which Type Of Mouth Guard Should Athletes Use?

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Athletes, especially those who play contact sports, should wear a sports mouth guard in order to protect their teeth, gums, jaw, tongue, lips, and other oral tissues. You are 60 times more likely to receive injury if you do not wear a mouth guard, so it is very important to use one while playing sports…. Read more »