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Celebrated our amazing assistant Tiffany's birthday today!! Happy 21st Tiff!!
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Happy Thanksgiving week from Cornerstone Dental Care! Don't forget to floss that turkey out of your teeth!
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The answer is yes! Trauma is "physical damage" to the gums where too much force is applied to the gums. The gums then "wear away" since they can't tolerate this excessive force. Brushing gently will remove plaque! No need to scrub your gums away!

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Sometimes this is what we look like Monday mornings, but don't worry we can still take care of all your dental needs!
Happy Monday!
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Bone needs stimulation to maintain its form and density. When a tooth is lost, the lack of stimulation in the area causes the loss of alveolar bone (jaw bone). The more teeth lost, the more function lost. This leads to some serious aesthetic and functional problems. Dr. Liddiard is skilled and certified in implant placement and can bring your mouth back to form and functionality. Don't be scared! Our team will make you feel right at home during your appointment!

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Xylitol- what is it, and what does it have to do with my oral health? Read this article to find out more! Short on time, here are the key points: 

-Helps prevent tooth decay by reducing plaque formation.
-Blocks the acids that demineralize tooth enamel.
-Halts the growth of acid producing bacteria.
-Has a glycemic level of 7: great for diabetics!
-Has 40% fewer calories than sugar.
-Raises the pH level to be more alkaline (basic).

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Celebrating Dr. Liddiard's birthday today! Here he is making a wish- blowing out the candles on his bean dip, 35 never looked so good 
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Have you been told that your silver fillings are "leaking" or "failing"? But wait! Those teeth do not hurt and never bother me.. do I need to do what my dentist recommends? The answer is, absolutely! We are preventing future pain and more expensive dental treatment down the line. This article does a great job at educating those who are questioning this concern. Be proactive and make an educated decision!

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Oil Pulling- ever heard of it? Our hygienist Heidi stated, "Oil pulling won't hurt you, but I wouldn't depend on it to help you improve your overall oral or systemic health. It is a great adjunct to your daily oral routine but it isn't the answer!" Read this article to find out more about Oil Pulling.
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