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Do you know what the month of September represents? Of course, there are many things, but one of the most important is gum care. This month is all about raising awareness for gum care and what you need to do to prevent gum disease. After all, gum disease is a real problem for adults and kids alike. It can cause…Continue reading
Good oral health is an essential component of your good overall health, so it’s as important to maintain a healthy mouth as it is a healthy body. Seemingly innocuous decisions can have a cumulative effect and result in long-term adverse consequences for your teeth and gums. Conversely, they can also have positive consequences. For instance, if you neglect to brush…Continue reading
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, only 52 percent of Americans age 20-64 have all their teeth, meaning they have lost at least one permanent tooth. People lose teeth from accidents, decay, gum disease and failed root canals, and it can be a stressful process to get a replacement that is comfortable and feels like a natural…Continue reading