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Dental Health During the Spookiest Time of Year

  • Oct 25, 2019
  • By Maggie Tobin

Halloween is right around the corner! While your little ghosts and goblins are out trick or treating, you may start to get more and more concerned as the candy piles up. Sugar is bad for our teeth because it feeds harmful bacteria that can erode enamel and lead to tooth decay. When you’re sorting through […]

College Dental Survival Kit

  • Sep 23, 2019
  • By Maggie Tobin

Is your son or daughter heading back to college this month? They’ve likely packed their bags full of clothes, school supplies, and dorm decor. However, have you made sure they have what they need for a happy, healthy smile? With all of the school work and studying, practicing good dental hygiene may fall off of […]

I Have a Toothache. What Should I Do?

  • Jul 26, 2019
  • By Maggie Tobin

A toothache is a medical issue that can make day-to-day life painful and irritating. Some sites out there say you can simply try to mask the pain and wait it out, only calling us if the pain gets serious or lasts for a while. However, doing this can cause some serious health issues. There is […]

George Washington’s Dentures

  • Jul 04, 2019
  • By admin

Famous Dentures for the Fourth of July You may be familiar with the story of George Washington’s wooden dentures – he chopped down a tree and carved them himself! However, this isn’t quite true. Washington’s false teeth were actually made out of materials commonly used in dentistry at the time, like hippopotamus teeth and elephant […]

Night Guards for Nighttime Teeth Grinding

  • Jun 28, 2019
  • By admin

Grinding your teeth at night, also known as Bruxism, can cause a variety of problems for your teeth and jaw. Most people grind their teeth a little, which causes little to no damage. Where it gets concerning is when it becomes repetitive. We often hear stories about patients who wake up with a sore jaw […]

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