Is the Cold or Flu Harming Your Dental Health?

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Have you been so sick with a cold or flu that you just didn’t feel like taking care of your daily oral routine? It’s important to remember that being sick 7-14 days can impact your oral health if you don’t stay on schedule with caring for your teeth and gums. Let’s have a look: Brush… Read more »

Tooth Decay, Cavities, and Your Smile

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When it comes to a healthy smile, you want to do everything in your power to avoid tooth decay from developing cavities and damaging your teeth. This is a result of oral bacteria feeding on sugary foods to create acids. As the acid mixes with bacteria, food particles, and saliva, it forms the sticky film… Read more »

Causes and Treatments for Swollen Gums

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When you worry about potential dental problems, do you immediately think about things that could be wrong with your teeth? While you should try to protect your teeth, do you ever worry about the health of your gums? For instance, you’ve probably heard about gum disease—but did you know that there could be several other… Read more »