Did you know avoiding cavities can save your oral health? Yes, it’s true! Cavities can put a damper on anyone’s day, but did you know that cavities can destroy your teeth and oral health? That is why dentists across the world encourage us to brush and floss each day to prevent cavities. Our [dr_type], Dr.…

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In order to make sure that your teeth are well protected from risks that could arise in the future, it’s always a good idea to make sure that you are following an effective diet, have an oral hygiene plan in place, and are using protective treatments to improve the longevity of your teeth and gums.…

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Are you having difficulty sleeping? If so, you could be suffering from bruxism. Bruxism is an oral health condition which causes you to grind or clench your teeth while you are sleeping. In many cases, it may be loud enough to wake in your sleep partner. A common sign of bruxism includes worn tooth enamel.…

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If you want a top-notch oral health, then you need to use the right oral hygiene tools. This is because there are tools out there that can damage your smile, unfortunately. So, to ensure that you’re using the right tools, our [dr_type], Dr. Dr. Joseph Tagliarini, encourages you to use tools that have been approved…

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Have you struggled recently with imperfect oral health care and find yourself constantly coming up with cavities or other forms of dental erosion? If so, it is important to seek out tooth restoration treatments designed to prevent further damage from occurring. One highly effective treatment to consider is dental sealants. If you are considering a…

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Did you know that dental sealants are highly effective for children who are just beginning to show signs of molars? Molars typically begin growing in around the age of 6 in children, and often run a high risk of cavities. However, with dental sealants, they can be applied to a child’s teeth safely and effectively…

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The importance of a tooth replacement is often seen when a tooth is missing. With missing teeth, gums can destabilize and cause your other teeth to shift. It can also make you look older and weaker. If enough teeth are missing, or highly specialized teeth are gone, speech, eating, speaking can all be affected. Ensure…

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