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How to Effectively Combat Tooth Discoloration

How to Effectively Combat Tooth Discoloration

Professional tooth whitening is the key to brighter, whiter teeth. We all want a healthy smile free from tooth discoloration. A great smile demonstrates confidence, makes us feel more attractive, boosts our immune system, is good for our heart, and is excellent for...

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How to Stay on Top of Tartar Buildup

How to Stay on Top of Tartar Buildup

Staying on top of that pesky tartar buildup. Let’s face it, we all get tooth plaque. Plaque is that soft, clear (sometimes yellow) filmy bacteria that builds up on our teeth and gets removed when we brush. However, when we let that plaque sit on our teeth for too...

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10 Tips for a Smart Start to a Healthy New School Year

10 Tips for a Smart Start to a Healthy New School Year

With the summer equinox, we’ve just celebrated the official start of summer. However, it won't be long until those school bells ring and it's time to start a new school year. As you enjoy these last few weeks of grilling out, catching fireflies, and lounging poolside,...

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Can I Wear My Sports Mouth Guard for Teeth Grinding?

Can I Wear My Sports Mouth Guard for Teeth Grinding?

A mouth guard is a mouth guard, right? If you discover that you are grinding your teeth at night, you might think you can just pop in your sports mouth guard and call it good. After all, sports mouth guards are designed to protect your teeth from blows to the face;...

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5 Things to Know Before Getting a Gum Graft

5 Things to Know Before Getting a Gum Graft

Are you in need of a gum graft for improved oral health? Gums are versatile. They insulate the teeth, fight infections, and provide support to the mouth. They do so much in terms of defense that they can easily become infected if they’re compromised. Severe gum...

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Periodontal Treatments: Healthy Gums Means Healthy Teeth

Periodontal Treatments: Healthy Gums Means Healthy Teeth

Do you need periodontal treatment? As we get older, we become more susceptible to gum disease and all of the associated risks. And though periodontitis is common, it is preventable with the right oral hygiene and regular dental checkups. However, if you do develop...

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