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    What is Gingivitis?

    September 27, 2021

    Gingivitis is a mild form of gum disease that is actually pretty common. When someone has gingivitis, their gingiva — the sections of gums at the base of your teeth — become inflamed, swollen, and irritated. When your mouth is healthy, your gums should be firm, have a pale pink color, and fit tightly around your teeth. If you have gingivitis, your gums will:

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    When Should Wisdom Teeth Be Removed?

    September 15, 2021

    First, what are wisdom teeth? And why do they even exist? Wisdom teeth are molars that appear for most people when they are a young adult. Historically, human jaws were much larger than they are today. Likely because of dietary changes, our jaws have become smaller — too small for an extra set of molars. It’s become standard practice to surgically remove wisdom teeth,

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  • Girl from the dental braces with toothbrush making thumb up hand sign gesture. Orthodontist and dentist concept.

    Caring for Orthodontics

    August 30, 2021

    Everyone probably knows it’s crucial to brush your teeth twice a day. With braces and clear aligners, cleaning your teeth becomes even more important…and complicated. To keep your teeth healthy and avoid plaque and bacteria development, you not only need to clean your teeth more than twice a day, but there are also extra steps you should take to keep your braces and

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  • Man putting a nightguard in before bed

    Do I need to get a nightguard?

    August 18, 2021

    Do you have a habit of clenching or grinding your teeth? Do you experience regular headaches and jaw pain? Do your teeth and mouth hurt when you eat or drink something hot? If so, you may be suffering from a condition called bruxism. What is bruxism? You may have bruxism if you excessively grind, clench, or gnash your teeth, either when you are

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    Preparing for Oral Surgery

    July 29, 2021

    Oral surgery usually refers to any surgical procedure that has to do with the mouth, teeth, gums, or jaw. It’s performed when tooth or jaw corrections are needed that go beyond the expertise of a general dentist. For example, if your wisdom teeth are impacted, you may need to see an oral surgeon. Additional types of oral surgeries may include: Gum grafts Tooth

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  • Closeup of young boy drinking pure tap water from transparent plastic drinking bottle while outdoors on a hot summer day.

    Keeping Kids Teeth Safe This Summer

    July 16, 2021

    Summertime is almost here! With school out and kids home for the summer, families often find themselves in a totally different routine than they do during the school year. While mixing things up can certainly be a welcome change, and every kid loves being out of school, the change in routine during summer can potentially harm kids’ oral health. To help keeps your

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