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Your Dental Health is Important!

Your Dental Health is Important!

April 25, 2017 Today we would like to talk about the importance of a healthy mouth and good oral hygiene.  Your dental health is important and can influence your overall health and well-being. We encourage our patients to make a habit of six-month check-ups and regular hygiene appointments for cleaning and polishing. We concentrate on […]

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We Are Here To Serve You!

We Are Here To Serve You!

February 28, 2017 Today we would like to discuss the dental treatment and options that we have available to our patients. Good oral hygiene, healthy teeth, and healthy gums are an important part of our body’s general health. Decayed teeth and gum disease can not only be painful but are also linked to other serious […]

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Do Your Gums Bleed?

Do Your Gums Bleed?

8/30/16 Do your gums bleed? If you answered “Yes” to this question you have infection present in your mouth. Gums should not bleed! If you’re saying “they only bleed when I brush or floss them”, they should not bleed.  Bleeding of the gums often occurs when there is inflammation. This inflammation is called gingivitis. Gingivitis is […]

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Sleep Awareness

Sleep Awareness

Did you know that according to a study done by the CDC an estimated 50-70 million Americans have a sleep disorder? This seems to be a growing problem. Sleep is an important topic to all of us. Good health and well-being is dependent upon a good night’s sleep. Not getting enough quality sleep at the […]

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Diabetes In The Dental Office

Diabetes In The Dental Office

5-9-16 Diabetes is estimated to affect 20 million people,but only two-thirds of these individuals are diagnosed. Studies show that diabetics are more susceptible to periodontal disease and oral infections than non diabetic patients. Some of the most common oral health problems associated with diabetes are: Gum disease. Recent research suggests that the connection between gum disease […]

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Snoring…It may not be as innocent as it sounds?

Snoring...It may not be as innocent as it sounds?

9-23-15 Snoring can be a sign of a more serious condition called Obstructive Sleep Apnea. Loud and frequent snoring is a common sign of Obstructive Sleep Apnea, a potentially life threatening condition. If left untreated OSA can increase the risk for serious health problems from congestive heart failure, stroke, high blood pressure and heart disease […]

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How Does Diabetes Affect Your Dental Care?

How Does Diabetes Affect Your Dental Care?

February 27th, 2015 Diabetes is a chronic disease which affects your body’s ability to process sugar.  It is estimated that up to 20 million people have diabetes, but only two-thirds of these individuals are diagnosed.  Studies show that diabetics are more susceptible to periodontal disease and oral infections than non diabetic patients.  High blood sugar […]