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Do I need an electric toothbrush?

Electric toothbrushes are pretty cool. But do they do a better job of cleaning your teeth than a regular toothbrush though?  Well, there’s been a lot of research conducted on this topic, and the definitive answer is “yes and no.” Powered Versus Regular Toothbrushes When it comes to powered versus regular toothbrushes, “cleaning modes don’t matter, according to experts we spoke to and research we’ve seen.”   But the evidence is confusing because people in studies who use powered toothbrushes have been shown to remove more plaque from their teeth than people who use regular toothbrushes. People Brush Longer with Electric…

Gum Recession

Whether you give them much thought or not, your gum tissues perform a very important role in your mouth every single day. In fact, the health of your mouth is actually a great indicator of the health of your entire body. Any changes or signs of concern should be brought to your dentist’s attention so that s/he can evaluate your oral health and start early intervention if necessary. Gum recession is an issue that many people tend to wait too long to address simply because they mistakenly think that it is not a “big deal.” However, your gums play a…

Dental Care During Pregnancy

Pregnancy is an exciting time, filled with excitement and preparation for your new baby. Taking care of our teeth while pregnant can often be the very last thing on our minds and most of us have no idea just how important it is! Both for you and the new baby, maintaining optimum oral health during pregnancy is a must! Why is Optimum Dental Health While Pregnant so Important? Exactly like the rest of your body, your mouth experiences changes during pregnancy that require the guidance of a health care professional. Exacerbated hormones in the body can lead to severe inflammation of the gums…

Root Canal Treatment

If you’re undergoing your first root canal treatment, it’s understandable if you’re apprehensive. So, let’s cut to the chase about your biggest fear: a root canal treatment doesn’t cause pain, it relieves it — and saves your tooth too. You need this procedure because decay has spread deep into your tooth’s inner pulp. The infection has already attacked the nerves bundled within the pulp chamber, the source of the pain that led you to us in the first place. The real concern, though, is the infection continuing to travel through the canals of the tooth root. If that happens, you’re…
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