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Teeth and Genetics

Do you know someone that has good genes?  Perhaps an uncle that is 60, but doesn’t look a day over 40?  Or maybe you have a friend who can eat whatever they want and never gain a pound.   Thanks to the DNA you inherit from mom and dad your appearance, preferences,...

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Herpetic Lesions

Herpetic lesions – more commonly known as cold sores – are easily identified as tiny fluid-filled blisters that develop around the mouth, including the lips, gums, tongue, cheeks and the throat.  The blisters may result in itching, burning, or tingling. Cold sores are...

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Diabetes and the Dentist

Diabetes is a medical condition which affects millions of Americans.  Those living with diabetes also have an increased risk of developing certain oral health hazards and diseases. All forms of diabetes result in high blood sugar levels.  Type 1 diabetes, aka juvenile...

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Candy and Cavities

With the holiday season soon upon us, our taste buds may be tempted to indulge in the candies, cookies, cakes and other sweets often in abundance at this time of year.  And while most thought their parents were exaggerating during their youth when they were told that...

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Sensitive Teeth

A common complaint that patients have when they come into the dental office is: "My teeth are so sensitive! It hurts when I drink anything too hot or too cold." It is a very common and widespread complaint. There are various causes for sensitive teeth. Possible causes...

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All Ceramic Crowns

There have been may great advances in dentistry. Particularly, advances in dental materials have come a long way. One such advancement is the innovation in the durability, versatility, and biocompatibility of porcelain to allow for the fabrication of all ceramic...

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5 Easy Tips for Kids’ Oral Health

Getting your children to brush, floss and rinse their teeth everyday may be a difficult process, but in the long run promoting good oral health will be beneficial for their overall health and it will prevent them from needing dental procedures they may find scary!...

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