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How Can Ozone Therapy Improve Your Smile?

January 6, 2022

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Woman pointing to healthy teethEvery aspect of dentistry undergoes continual improvements to enhance patient care. Besides new preventive, restorative, and cosmetic treatments, many dentists are using biocompatible solutions to support general wellness. Among the various advancements in holistic dentistry is ozone therapy. The revolutionary treatment can promote oral health. Here’s how ozone therapy can help you achieve your best smile.

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Is Gum Recontouring Safe?

December 10, 2021

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Woman undergoing laser gum recontouringAre you tired of extra gum tissue hiding your teeth? Maybe periodontal disease damaged your gum line? No matter the reason, the health and appearance of your gums are important for a beautiful smile. Your dentist can create the smile of your dreams using gum recontouring, but is it safe? Thanks to the latest dental innovations, it’s safer than ever.

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Discover the Benefits of Zirconia Dental Implants

November 12, 2021

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Man with holistic dental implants smiling in mirrorGrowing evidence supports the mouth and body connection. It’s normal to consider how certain dental concerns might affect your wellness, like tooth loss and your replacement options. You know every tooth is crucial to a healthy, functional smile to support your overall well-being. A dental implant is the most reliable and successful solution to replace a lost tooth because it replicates both the root and crown. Despite its benefits, it means introducing foreign materials into your body, like the implant post. You can benefit from a complete smile while keeping your wellness a priority with holistic dental implants.

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Metal-Free Implants are Worth a Second Glance

October 5, 2021

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Metal-free dental implantA dental implant is unlike any other tooth replacement because it recreates both the root and crown. The foundation of the restoration is an implant post, which serves as a new root. Traditionally, posts are made of titanium because it integrates well with bone. It is also lightweight and durable. Although it has its advantages, titanium also has its risks. As an alternative, posts can be made of zirconia or ceramic. They are completely metal-free, which allows them to look natural, while also eliminating certain complications, like an allergic reaction. If you’re skeptical about their benefits, don’t discredit them yet. Here are a few reasons to reconsider metal-free implants.

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Discover the Different Parts of the Mouth

September 14, 2021

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Man looking at the part of the mouthYou probably don’t think about your mouth very often, but it’s a complex system that’s crucial to your wellbeing. Your teeth and gums are responsible for more than just a beautiful smile. They work together with other facets of your oral cavity to allow you to eat, speak, breathe, and digest foods. Here’s what you need to know about the parts of the mouth and their functions.

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Smoking & Dry Mouth: A Recipe for Oral Health Trouble

August 3, 2021

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Smoker holding smoking cigarette in hand

Most people know that smoking tobacco can cause lung cancer and many other serious health problems. However, the negative impact of smoking goes beyond just the lungs and heart. Did you know that tobacco use can actually harm your oral health too? Smoking causes dry mouth, which is a dangerous side-effect for the health of your teeth and gums. Keep reading to learn more about dry mouth and what you can do to prevent it.

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Can Exercise Improve Your Gum Health? You Bet!

July 8, 2021

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If you keep up with the news, you know that practically every week there’s another report on the benefits of exercise. But while it’s no newsflash that it’s good for your general health and helps you manage your weight, you may be surprised that it can benefit your gum health as well! And since gum disease (also called periodontal disease) is the leading cause of tooth loss and increases the risk of serious health problems like heart disease, it’s well worth it to use every tool in your arsenal to keep your gums healthy. Keep reading to learn why healthy gums are so important and how exercise can help! 

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How to Save Your Child’s Knocked-Out Tooth

June 12, 2021

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Sad child knocked-out toothNothing is more precious than your child’s beautiful smile. You take pride in nurturing their oral health and development. While you can lessen their risk of cavities and other common problems, you can’t always safeguard their smile from losing a tooth too soon. If your child knocked out a tooth, don’t panic. Here’s what you need to know to save it.

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Is a Vegan Diet Bad for Oral Health?

April 29, 2021

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Eating salad, wondering how a vegan diet affects oral health

Many people choose to stop consuming animal products for ethical reasons, while others do so to improve their overall wellness. They find that it is enjoyable to explore new recipes and discover a wide variety of plant-based foods. But could forgoing animal products actually be bad for your teeth and gums? Let’s talk about how a vegan diet affects your oral health.

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How Crohn’s Disease Can Affect Your Dental Health

February 16, 2021

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person putting toothpaste on an electric toothbrush

Do you have Crohn’s disease or some other type of inflammatory bowel condition? If so, then you already know that it impacts your digestive system, primarily your intestines. However, what you may not know is that your mouth is the first part of your digestive tract. As a result, your teeth and gums might be adversely affected by your condition. Read on to learn more about the link between Crohn’s disease and dental health and how you can keep your smile healthy.

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