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Periodontal Disease Is Often Caused by Poor Oral Hygiene Practices

The American Dental Association recommends that you brush your teeth twice and floss once each day. Consistency in this daily oral hygiene routine is important for removing bacterial deposits to maintain healthy teeth and gums. If you struggle to maintain this basic regimen each day, it can cause hardened tartar deposits to build up on your teeth near the gumline.... read more »

How Your Cavity Is Treated When You Get a Dental Filling

If you feel pain when you chew your food, or you have a tooth that is sensitive to hot and cold, or a tooth that just won’t stop aching, you may have a cavity. Even with the best of care—daily brushing and flossing and regular dental cleanings--your pearly whites can develop dental caries, also known as cavities. Cavities are holes... read more »

The 3 Reasons Why Dental Cleanings Are So Beneficial

In addition to oral hygiene, dental cleanings are extremely important and beneficial for your smile. It’s strongly recommended that you attend your cleanings every six months. If you do, your smile will remain in tip-top shape. There are many reasons why cleanings are so beneficial for your smile, and three of those reasons are: They prevent cavities Dental cleanings successfully... read more »