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What Is Biomimetic Dentistry?

September 30, 2019 | Biomimetic Dentistry

Crowns, drills, root canals, oh my! Anyone who has undergone an invasive oral procedure can understand the anxiety that traditional dentistry can cause. But there is a more natural, preventative approach called biomimetic dentistry that is growing in popularity. But what exactly is biomimetic dentistry, and why is it gaining traction? What Is Biomimetic Dentistry? […]

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Do I Need Dental Implants?

August 21, 2019 | Dental Implants

Large gaps between the teeth can cause many patients embarrassment. Feeling dissatisfied with your teeth can lead to a refusal to smile or show your teeth. Furthermore, these dental concerns can lead to discomfort while chewing and other tooth issues.Fortunately, dental implants and specialty services can address these problems and restore a beautiful smile by […]

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Gum Recession and the Advantages of Gum Grafting

July 29, 2019 | Gum Grafting

A beautiful smile with healthy gums is something to be proud of. But what about when your teeth and oral hygiene are suffering? Cavities, decay, and gum recession can all lead to serious health risks and potential future problems. Some side effects of receding gums are exposed roots, swollen or discolored gums, sensitivity or bleeding, […]

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How Important Is a Custom Night Guard?

June 28, 2019 | Custom Night Guard

How common is it to grind your teeth? As it turns out, it’s pretty common. In a recent study, The Journal of Oral and Facial Pain and Headache reported that 8 to 31.4 percent of people experience bruxism, the name of the diagnosis for unconsciously clenching, grinding, or gnashing your teeth. That means anywhere between […]

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Is Periodontal Disease Connected to Alzheimer’s?

May 09, 2019 | Periodontal Disease

Periodontal disease, also known as periodontitis, is associated with accumulation of the bacteria P. gingivalis in the affected areas of the mouth. In a 2019 study published in Science Advances, researchers discovered evidence that may suggest a connection between periodontal disease and Alzheimer’s. After examining the spinal fluid, saliva, and brain tissue of individuals afflicted […]

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