Know Your Gum Health Numbers!

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HAVE YOU EVER BEEN LAID BACK in our dental chair wondering what the numbers mean that a hygienist calls out while examining your gums? They’re readings of the gum pocket depths in your mouth, and they’re an important part of … Continued

We Enjoy Caring For Our Youngest Patients

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BABY TEETH MAY BE TEMPORARY, but they’re certainly not “practice teeth”. Your child’s early dental care is so incredibly important! Baby Teeth Are Essential To Future Development Baby teeth perform many functions, including: Ensuring proper nutrition through chewing and eating … Continued

Teeth Are An Important Part Of Digestion

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CHEWING IS THE FIRST STEP in digestion! But chewing our food only enough to swallow it down doesn’t count. If you’re rushing proper chewing—especially if it’s due to dental distress—you’re robbing yourself of some important benefits! Chewing Helps Retain Energy … Continued

Social Media Helps Us All Smile

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IT MIGHT NOT SEEM SO AT FIRST, but a dental practice is all about relationships—relationships between our team members and our relationships with YOU, our valued patients and friends. When we stop to think about the things we do each … Continued

The Link Between Osteoporosis And Gum Disease

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WHAT DO OSTEOPOROSIS and gum disease have in common? Bone loss! For anyone with gum disease, osteoporosis, or both… it’s important to know about the correlation between these two conditions. How Does Gum Disease Cause Bone Loss? Are you surprised … Continued