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Are Your Piercings Ruining Your Smile?



Although body piercings are a form of self-expression, oral piercings such as those of the tongue, lip, and cheek can harm your teeth and gums.  Complications from piercings should be considered before considering getting piercings or continuing to keep an oral piercing.  While you might already know some of the risks, you may be surprised […]

Let’s Talk About Tooth Sensitivity!



Tooth sensitivity is one of the most common complaints that dental professionals hear from their patients. According to studies, tooth sensitivity affects over 12% of adults and over 33% of adults have untreated decay.  Although enamel erosion and untreated decay can be a common reason for sensitivity, many other reasons for tooth pain & sensitivity […]

Will my Dentist Know That I Smoke?



Smoking can wreak havoc on your oral health. Smoking impacts your teeth and gums in several ways. These impacts can be quickly identified by your dentist. So, yes, your dentist will know if you smoke. Among the telltale signs include yellow teeth, plaque, receding gums, and more. Keep reading to learn how smoking affects your […]

The Benefits of Chewing Gum



Chewing gum has been around forever. In ancient times, people used to make it from tree sap. Today, there’s essentially an infinite selection of gums that cover all the fruity, cinnamon, or minty options you could imagine.  Although it’s typically found in the candy aisle at the grocery store, chewing gum can actually have surprising […]

Thumb Sucking & Children’s Dental Health



Thumb sucking is a prominent habit that many children have that usually diminishes as they grow older. Some may have concerns over the potential issues that could arise from their overly ambitious thumb-sucker. We’re here to give you information on when you might need to worry along with some tips to help get your child […]

Fun Ways to Get Your Kids to Brush their Teeth!



Getting your child to brush their teeth can be a seemingly never-ending struggle filled with crying and tantrums. Implementing dental care into their life is usually not as simple as just telling them their teeth will turn yellow if they don’t brush. Here are some simple things you can do to help make the experience […]

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