added on: March 26, 2020

The microbiomes of our mouths are filled with hundreds of different types of bacteria, and contrary to what you might expect, most of them are not harmful.

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added on: March 19, 2020

“How much does a crown cost?” It may seem like a simple question to ask your dentist, but the answer is more complex that you might think.

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added on: March 12, 2020

Toothaches are a common reason for dental visits. Most pain or discomfort is due to cavities. However, there are a number of other potential causes as well.

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added on: March 5, 2020

At every dental appointment, dental patients are reminded of the importance of their at-home oral hygiene practices: Brush your teeth, floss, rinse and so on. Everyone knows the basics, but have you heard of tongue scraping?

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added on: February 27, 2020

Some say once a year, some say twice a year. The real answer to how many dentist appointments you need is not what you might expect!

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added on: February 20, 2020

If we’re honest with ourselves, we know that visiting the dentist is not high on your list of favorite activities. As much as we love dentistry & caring for smiles, we know the general public doesn’t quite share our passion. That’s why we do everything we can to make sure we provide dental care in a way that respects your busy schedule.

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added on: February 12, 2020

The temporomandibular joints are the joints on either side of your head that connect your jaw to your skull & allow you to open & close your mouth, chew, & speak. Because it can move in many different directions, these joints are some of the most complex in your body.

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added on: February 4, 2020

Teeth grinding is when you clench your jaw closed & grind your teeth together, whether consciously or unconsciously. Teeth grinding is called bruxism by dentists, & it can cause damage, discomfort & pain.

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added on: January 28, 2020

There are two categories of mouthguards with two different purposes that you can get from your dentist. Mouthguards for sports are intended to prevent injury. Mouthguards worn while sleeping are intended to prevent problems associated with teeth grinding or other bite problems.

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added on: January 20, 2020

Even if you take excellent care of your teeth & mouth, sometimes an unforeseen incident could put you in need of emergency dental care. Whether the culprit for your emergency is an injury, a rogue popcorn kernel, or just a mystery toothache, our dental clinic is here for you in an emergency.

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