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Oral Healthcare News and Tips

When Should You Visit the Dentist for Tooth Pain?

You probably know how dental problems can be a literal “pain” to deal with. You might think that tooth pain will disappear “sooner or later” and that there’s no need nor time to schedule a dental appointment any time soon. The truth is, that dental issues can also be your body’s way of telling you […]

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How Long Do Dental Implants Last on Average?

Advances in dental technology now allow periodontists and oral surgeons to replace lost tooth roots. The titanium posts are surgically placed in the jaw and support false teeth. Undergoing dental implant placement requires a commitment of time and resources. It’s natural to wonder, “How long do dental implants last?” The lifespan depends on several factors that we […]

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7 Signs You May Need Dental Implants

Obtaining dental implants can lead to more than just good physical health. It can also lead to better mental health as well. Some of the signs that you need a dental implant procedure are not obvious. Because of this, patients don’t know to talk with their periodontist about it. This leads to continually worsening issues […]

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What Is Involved in the Crown Lengthening Process?

Many people visit the dentist for a variety of reasons. Over 64% of adults go to the dentist at least once a year. People go to the dentist for help with tooth pain, teeth whitening, teeth cleaning, and other dental procedures.  If you have a tooth that’s broken down or a cavity that is below the gumline, you may […]

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7 Warning Signs of Gum Disease

Nearly half of Americans over 30 years old have periodontal disease, and as you age, your risk grows.  Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, is an oral condition that infects the gums, jawbones, and teeth. In severe cases, people lose their teeth entirely.  But there are ways to spot periodontal disease, as your body will give […]

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Here’s What to Expect From a Dental Implants Appointment

Broken or missing teeth can ruin how you feel about your smile. They can also make it very difficult to chew anything and can be a hot spot for infection. Getting your teeth repaired or replaced will make a huge difference to your smile, bite, and oral health.  You have several options available to you […]

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What Is the Difference Between a Dentist and a Periodontist?

You’ll likely visit a regular dentist when you need services like routine check-ups, cleaning, and x-rays. They help to keep your oral health in good standing and hopefully prevent you from severe conditions like gum disease. Also, a dentist will likely be the professional who notices the signs of periodontal disease/gum disease and refers you to […]

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How to Find a Periodontist Who Is Right for You – 7 Helpful Tips

When you have any of these symptoms like loose teeth or bad breath, it’s time to visit a periodontist. How can you find the right one?  Not all periodontists offer the same services or customer care. When choosing a professional to help improve the health of your gums, it’s crucial to find a periodontist with the best […]

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Periodontal Problems: 8 Reasons Why You Should See a Periodontist (Now!)

Oral diseases affect nearly half of the world’s population. That’s 3.58 billion people who deal with bleeding gums and other oral health problems each day. Unfortunately, many people don’t realize that a minor problem with their oral hygiene could lead to a bigger one.  Don’t leave your teeth and gums at risk! By knowing how to […]

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Periodontitis Treatment Guide: Different Stages You Should Expect

If you’re an adult age 30 or older, you’re at risk for periodontal disease. In the United States, an estimated 42% of your age group suffers from periodontitis. The good news? In the earliest periodontal disease stages, your dental healthcare team can minimize the negative impact on your teeth, gums, and overall health. If caught early enough, […]

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