Category: Tooth Decay/Cavities

Repairing Teeth After Decay

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The main goal of an effective oral hygiene routine is protecting your teeth and gums from the corroding effects of oral bacteria. When you brush your teeth each morning and at night, you remove the sticky films of plaque that contribute to tooth decay and gum disease. Although your daily routine is necessary to prevent… Read more »

Effective Treatment For Tooth Decay

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By following a daily oral hygiene routine, you help create a smile that is more resistant to the risks of tooth decay and gum disease. Brushing and flossing your teeth regularly removes the bacterial deposits and food particles that can combine to form surface plaque. While your hygienic habits are vital in protecting your smile… Read more »

How We Help Treat Tooth Cavities

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The main goal of your daily oral hygiene routine is to keep your mouth fresh and prevent the onset of tooth decay and gum disease. When you brush and floss your teeth every morning, you remove the bacterial deposits that form plaque and can cause cavities in your enamel. While keeping up with this important… Read more »

Common Treatments For Tooth Decay

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When you follow a healthy oral hygiene routine, you help prevent the environment that causes tooth decay and gum disease from appearing. Brushing and flossing your teeth daily cleans the deposit of debris and bacteria from your diet that can form plaques and threaten your health. While vigilant hygienic practices are necessary to maintain the… Read more »

Fortifying Teeth After Cavity Removal

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Practicing healthy oral hygiene behaviors every day can help you prevent tooth decay and gum disease from taking hold in your mouth. When you brush and floss, you remove the buildup of bacteria and food debris that form plaque on the surface of your teeth. Unfortunately, certain conditions can cause cavities even in those that… Read more »

A Practical Solution For Tooth Decay

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The complications of tooth decay can go beyond simply causing a cavity. When left untreated, this condition can lead to infection of the underlying pulp and require invasive treatment with a root canal. Sometimes even a root canal cannot save your tooth and a full extraction is required. To help prevent the need for these… Read more »

Dental Fillings Provide Sturdy Support

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The rigorous practice of a daily oral hygiene routine is one of your best tools at preventing the onset of tooth decay and cavity formation. Brushing and flossing your teeth physically  removes the buildup of plaque and tartar deposits that erode away at the surface of your teeth, but what can we do to promote… Read more »

Helpful Treatment For Dental Cavities

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Healthy oral hygiene practices help you prevent the buildup of plaque and tartar deposits that contribute to tooth decay. This is why it is so important to brush and floss everyday to preserve the wellbeing of your smile! You should also support your daily habits by visiting your dentist twice a year for routine cleaning… Read more »

Treatment For People With Cavities

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When you regularly attend dental checkups and exams every six months, your dentist can detect threats to the health of your smile. At each visit, in addition to professionally cleaning your teeth, they check your mouth closely for the signs of any new oral problem. One of the most common dental conditions they find are… Read more »

Why You Shouldn’t Ignore Breath Problems

We usually hear from patients that they know something is wrong when they experience tooth pain. However, when other symptoms arise, they often ignore them or assume it’s something that will go away. A big example of this? When you experience bad breath. You might laugh it off or figure it will eventually clear up… Read more »