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Dental Health, Dental Services   •   March 2, 2020

Everything About Tongue Ties You Need To Know

What is Tongue Tie? Tongue tie, in scientific terms, is known as ankyloglossia. It is a condition in which the tongue is tethered to the floor of the mouth near its tip. As a result, people who have tongue tie have difficulties moving their tongue in free motion and consequently suffer from eating disorders, speech […]

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Navigating Your Way Around Tonsil Stones

Tonsilloliths, commonly known as tonsil stones, are when accumulated debris of bacteria, cells or food particles are calcified on your palatine tonsils. Microorganisms, food and mucus can get trapped together in the nooks and crannies of your tonsils. If this becomes concentrated, it causes tonsil stones. Some people who suffer from tonsil stones report swelling […]

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Dental Services   •   March 13, 2019

Think Periodontal Disease Can’t Kill You? Think Again…

Gum infection, also called periodontal disease, happens when the bacteria gets out of control underneath your gums and erodes your jaw bone. It’s usually relatively painless and unfortunately, it’s irreversible. Think Periodontal Disease Can’t Kill You? Think Again… This is actually more common than you might think… Tooth decay and periodontal disease are the 2 leading […]

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Dental Services, Gum Disease   •   March 6, 2019

Gums Keep Your Teeth in Place…True or False?

If you were to ask your friends and family if they think that gums keep your teeth in place, many would say yes. But, they would be wrong. The correct answer is the jaw bone. It’s the jaw bone that holds everything together. However, there is a connect between the two. If your gums are […]

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Dental Health, Dental Services   •   February 18, 2019

What You Should Do if a Tooth Comes Out

It happens. Biting down on a hard candy, sports injuries, or even just a fall, can cause unplanned dental disasters. Here’s a list of best practices in the event something happens, and you or your child loses a tooth: Rinse your mouth with cool water and apply a cold compress on the outside of your […]

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