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Stop gum tissue inflammation disease by getting your teeth cleaned every three to six months and brushing and flossing twice per day, or you could end up at age 65 without any teeth like one in four Americans today.
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After a root canal treatment has restored your tooth, you still need to properly care for your teeth and gums, and regular dental checkups are necessary. That’s because a tooth without its nerve can still develop cavities or gum disease. Our endodontist is highly skilled and trained in performing root canal procedures, so you’ll be well-satisfied with the results.
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How obsessed are you with your pet? Do you dress him/her up then take photos? Do you go the extra mile of posting them on social media for your family and friends to see? On #DressUpYourPetDay, let's do that! Join us for a day of pet fashion and fun!
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Did you know the majority of older adults have #receding #gums? http://bit.ly/1FRaSCk
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Did you know a diet built around refined and processed carbohydrate foods can lead to tooth decay and gingival inflammation?
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A bridge replaces missing teeth with artificial teeth and “bridges” the gap where one or more teeth used to be. Bridges can be made from gold, alloys, porcelain or a combination of these materials. They’re attached to surrounding teeth for support. Unlike a removable bridge, which you can take out and clean, a fixed bridge can only be removed by a dentist.
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Chipped, worn, missing or discolored #teeth can add years to your appearance. http://bit.ly/1AeBjme
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Oral bacteria from poor dental hygiene have been linked to brain tissue degeneration, a finding that shows a potential association between gum disease and Alzheimer’s disease. http://bit.ly/IPGSRb
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During a root canal treatment, our endodontist (a dentist who specializes in treating the insides of teeth) removes the diseased pulp. The pulp chamber and root canal of the tooth are cleaned and sealed. Removing the infected pulp will restore your tooth. After the treatment, your restored tooth could last a lifetime if you continue to practice good oral hygiene.
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