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We love our patients, so we’d be more than happy to see you every day! Alas, we realize that’s not really possible, so here are some more realistic guidelines for making appointments. In general, it all depends on your oral health status and your health history. For most patients, the optimal frequency to visit the […]

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According to the National Institutes of Health, the most prevalent health condition after the common cold is tooth decay. It’s more than likely that if you haven’t already had a cavity, you will develop at least one in your lifetime. So, how do you know if you have a cavity? Well, depending on the severity […]

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Mouth open or mouth closed? After lunch or after dinner? Flat or at an angle? We brush our teeth every day (hopefully!), but who knew it was this complicated. Just grab a brush and get to work, right? Not so fast, my friend! There are actually some best practices to be mindful of when brushing […]

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Did you know there are five distinct stages of tooth decay? And that in the first stage of decay, you can actually take steps to reverse the progression of the disease? Indeed, it’s true. In the first stage of decay, whether you’re a child or an adult, the application of fluoride via fluoride treatments, your […]

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Brushing and flossing your teeth is not a big deal; it’s actually absolutely crucial to good hygiene and oral health. Often some do not fully grasp the importance of brushing teeth on a daily basis. Some find it easy to rationalize its importance, skipping a day or more of brushing and flossing, or simply not brushing at all. Laziness or apathy is usually the root of the problem. So what exactly happens when you skip out on brushing or flossing your teeth? Well, let’s take a look.

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