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Pregnancy Gingivitis

If you are pregnant and have noticed changes in your gums, you could be experiencing a condition called “Pregnancy Gingivitis”. Pregnancy Gingivitis can occur as early as the second month of pregnancy and can cause symptoms such as red, swollen and bleeding gums.  Symptoms usually peak around month eight of pregnancy and go away once…

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Cosmetic Dental Fillings

If you have a mouth full of metal fillings, you may want to consider having them replaced with tooth colored cosmetic dental fillings.  Advances in dental techniques and materials now make it possible to restore decayed teeth without negatively affecting the appearance of your smile.  Many dentists offer fillings made of ceramic and plastic compounds…

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Untreated Cavities in the United States

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that there are fewer cavities in the United States today than there were twenty years ago, however, for some groups of Americans, cavities or “dental caries” remain a problem.  Failure to seek restorative dental treatment for cavities can lead to more serious oral health issues including infections,…

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Options For Pain Relief During Dental Treatment

If visiting the dentist for a procedure such as a a root canal, crown or filling makes you full of fear and dread, you may not need to worry.  Today, dentists offer several different options for pain relief ranging from just a local anesthesia to numb the area of treatment to complete unconscious sedation.  It…

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Gum Recession

Brushing your teeth at least twice daily is an important part of an oral health plan and can  help to prevent both tooth decay and gum disease.  However, brushing your teeth too hard and/or using the improper technique can actually cause damage to your gums and cause them to recede.  Gum recession is the process…

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Tooth Replacement Options

Despite advances in dentistry and oral hygiene, tooth loss remains a problem for many people in the United States.  Tooth loss can be an embarrassing problem affecting your confidence, your self-esteem and your overall quality of life.  It can also cause serious dental problems such as gum disease and bone loss.  If you are missing…

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