Implants and Bridges

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Having teeth replaced is a bittersweet experience. On one hand, it’s great to finally have teeth that work properly again. On the other hand, it shows that your oral health is in need of a kickstart. When you get to this point, you’ll have a few different options to choose from for your new teeth…. Read more »

Tooth Sensitivity Linked to Enamel Erosion Might Be Improved With Increased Fluoride

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Tooth enamel erosion is often related to the frequent consumption of acidic beverages and inconsistent oral hygiene practices. Over time the oral acidic environment can start to demineralize your tooth enamel. As it continues to develop the microscopic pores start to expand and deepen. Teeth in this condition are at increased risk for tooth decay… Read more »

Chronic Bad Breath May Have a Particular Cause

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If you have chronic bad breath, then chances are you could be experiencing halitosis. Halitosis is stubborn bad breath that won’t go away and, in most cases, have a particular cause triggering this condition. To help you work out what is causing your bad breath, our dental experts, Dr. Rebecca Pitner and Dr. William Findlay…. Read more »

Flossing for Fun and Profit

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OK, so flossing may not be for fun, but you can definitely profit by making it a daily routine for your dental health. That is why your dentist always asks you during you checkups whether you are flossing. Already, he knows that only around 30 percent of his patients are flossing daily. Here’s why you… Read more »