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Category Archives: Periodontal Treatment

5 steps for avoiding gum disease

It is estimated that approximately one half of adult patients in the United States have gum disease, or “periodontal disease.” While this condition is not only common, it is treatable and preventable. It can be damaging to the smile, making it a more serious condition than some patients believe. Tooth loss and bone deterioration are… Read More »

What Causes Bad Breath?

Some patients are aware of it, while others are not. Bad breath can come and go for some based on what they had for dinner or if they are dealing with a cold. However, some patients constantly deal with bad breath and may are unsure as to how to combat it. What is halitosis? Halitosis… Read More »

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What Causes Gum Disease?

You may have heard that soda and candy aren’t very good for you, but they’re also not very good for your teeth. The sugar from these sweets is good at sticking to the teeth, and causing cavities and Periodontitis (gum disease) over a period of time. If you’re worried about gum disease, then keep reading… Read More »

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Teeth 101: What is Plaque?

We use a lot of dental terms that you might not understand during your routine cleaning. More specifically, many of our patients understand the basics of dentistry, but probably won’t know the specifics unless they’re in the profession themselves. After all, many of our patients have been to the dentist since they were young, and… Read More »

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Are You At Risk For Periodontal Disease?

Periodontal disease is an advanced oral health condition that causes bone and soft tissue loss, both of which may lead to tooth loss. Treatment can control the infection that develops with the disease, but prevention is always the best option. Understanding your risk of developing periodontal disease helps you keep your smile healthy. What Causes Periodontal… Read More »

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Getting To The Root Of Things

One of the most amazing experiences of springtime is planting a little seed and watching it grow into a beautiful, vibrant blossom. The root system of our flowers keeps the plants healthy, nourished and bountiful for months to come. The same is true when discussing the roots of our teeth. Periodic dental exams and cleanings… Read More »

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