Keeping Your Molars Cavity-Free

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The next time that you brush your teeth, why not “pop the hood” on your mouth and take a good look inside? If you look to the back, you will see your molars and your premolars. These back teeth have the job of chewing your food and making it easier for you to swallow and… Read more »

The Finer Details of Root Canals

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Root canals are oral health care procedures designed to protect your teeth by removing damaged pulp. If the pulp becomes diseased or infected, it must be taken out and the tooth must be sealed, otherwise, the entire tooth would need to be extracted.   The pulp is the delicate area within a tooth that contains… Read more »

Dangerous Food Avoidance and Its Effect on Your Dental Health

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Are you familiar with dangerous food avoidance and the effect on your smile? It is very easy to accidentally bite into something too hard and suffer multiple lost teeth in an instant, not to mention the effects a poor diet can have in the long term on your precious pearly whites. Any foods that are… Read more »

Oral Health Services: Tooth Hazard Prevention

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Guard your teeth against oral health risks. Your teeth could be harmed from oral accidents and injuries or could wear down over the years due to tooth decay. No matter that threats your mouth is presented with, there are specific habits and health risks you should know about and plan for. Your oral health guide… Read more »