How to Take Care of Red, Irritated Gums

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Healthy gums are pink and firm to the touch. Unfortunately, anyone can have gum issues from time to time. You’ve probably seen your gums become red and swollen (or even bleed) when you brush or floss your teeth too vigorously. If your gums are healthy, they will recover quickly from mild trauma. However, if swollen,… Read more »

What Can You Expect at a Dental Checkup?

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Along with the American Dental Association, our dentist, Dr. strongly encourages six-month dental cleanings to ensure your oral health. In between, consuming a healthy diet and sticking to your daily oral hygiene routine will keep your smile thriving. So what can you expect at a dental checkup? Oral Cancer Check: Your dentist will examine your… Read more »

Taking Care of Your Child’s Teeth

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When should you start taking care of your child’s teeth? The answer is as soon as she is born. Your child’s primary teeth are already waiting to come in, even though you can’t see them. You can start her on the road to dental health by cleaning her gums with a clean piece of gauze… Read more »

Causes of Halitosis

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Do you feel embarrassed by your stubborn bad breath? If so, you are not alone. Halitosis, also known as bad breath, can affect anyone, which is why our dental team at in , , is happy to talk to you about what could be triggering your bad breath. Bad breath can strike anytime thanks to… Read more »

Tips and Tricks to Treat Your Child When They Are Teething

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Has your child begun to experience the pains of teething? Teething occurs when a child’s teeth begin to erupt above the gum line. If your child is experiencing pain or discomfort from teething, there are a few tips and tricks you can use to treat your child’s discomfort. You can try to alleviate any pain… Read more »