Dental Sealants Can Help Prevent Large Cavities on Your Back Teeth

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The molars and premolars in the back of your mouth work play an important role in chewing, grinding, and biting off tough foods. When a cavity compromise one of these teeth, it can limit your overall oral function and cause significant discomfort. Some people have deep textures in the tooth enamel along the biting surface… Read more »

Does Your Toothache Require Professional Treatment?

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If you have a pain in your mouth and gums, it may be the result of a toothache. Typically, a toothache is caused when the nerve endings in your pulp are damaged. A damaged pulp could be caused by a variety of factors, including oral accidents, tooth loss, infections, or tooth decay. Although minor pain… Read more »

This Season, Stop Periodontal Disease in Its Tracks

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This season, you can stop periodontal disease in its tracks. Periodontal disease, more commonly referred to as gum disease, happens when the advanced stages of gingivitis have left our gums in such a condition that serious irreversible damage can occur if we do not fight back. Here are a few questions about gum disease, and… Read more »