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Gum Disease

Common Causes of Toothaches and Treatment Options

Jun 18, 20192660 Views

There aren’t many experiences as painful as a toothache. It has often been described as disruptive and debilitating, and victims often struggle to eat, work, or function properly. If you are suffering from a toothache, these are the likely causes and how you can treat them: Impacted Wisdom Teeth If the pain originates from the […]

The Benefits of Putting Antibiotics Below the Gum Line

Dec 12, 20181356 Views

If you suffer from periodontal disease, you already know it can increase your risk of everything from tooth loss to heart disease. Periodontal disease is a bacterial infection that attacks the tissue and bone supporting affected teeth. Over time, periodontal pocket depth increases, and the active infection may start to spread to healthy areas of […]

Gum Disease is Serious: Talk with Your Family Dentist

Sep 20, 2017914 Views

The Center for Disease Control (CDC) estimates that almost half of all adults over 30 years of age have periodontitis (gum disease), and the American Association of Periodontology warns that gum disease is a significant public health problem today. Gum disease is both preventable and treatable through good oral hygiene practices at home coupled with […]

The Secrets to Controlling Tooth Decay

Aug 20, 2017938 Views

Managing tooth decay is a major concern for all of us, and especially for our children. In fact, tooth decay is the number one dental problem for children. And as much as 10% percent of childhood tooth decay (children ages 2 to 5 years) goes untreated according to the CDC National Center for Health Statistics. […]

Saving a Decayed Tooth

Feb 16, 20171762 Views

On the outside surface of your teeth is the hardest substance in your body. Even bones are not as hard as tooth enamel. Yet, under the right circumstances tooth enamel can become weak and fall prey to the ravages of decay. It starts small, just a little pinprick of decay on the surface. If it […]

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