Oral Hygiene: Why You Should Floss

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Our dentist, Dr. Cindy Wassif, strongly encourages you to floss daily. As you floss, it’s important to use the proper tools that can effectively clean between your teeth and along the gums as well as avoid injuring your oral tissues. Do you ever wonder why you need to floss? If so, our dental team is… Read more »

Oral Health Surprises: Tooth Brushing Care

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Improving your smile includes being aware of all aspects of your oral health that may need work. If for any reason you are struggling with your toothbrushing techniques, you may need to alter your habits so that you can effectively make sure that your toothbrush care is working accordingly. By brushing your teeth at least… Read more »

Tips for Helping Your Baby Have a Good Oral Health

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Do you want your baby to have the best oral health possible? If so, your dentist, Dr. Cindy Wassif, is more than happy to help you. Sometimes helping a baby’s smile can be a little overwhelming, especially if you’re not quite sure what to do. So, she is happy to help you by giving you… Read more »

Important Tips About Gum Disease Symptoms

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Are you showing any symptoms of gum disease? Although gum disease is common, it is important to make sure that is dealt with as soon as possible. If any lifestyle habits or unhealthy eating habits exist, the risk for gum disease greatly increases as well. There are numerous symptoms to look out for to determine… Read more »

A Rough Brushing Technique Can Increase Tooth Sensitivity

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If your teeth tingle when you consume hot and cold foods and drinks, then you most likely suffer from tooth sensitivity. Unfortunately, there are many things that could cause tooth sensitivity, and a rough brushing technique is one of them. That’s right, if you brush too hard, you could hurt your smile. This is because… Read more »

Keep Enamel Erosion at Bay if You Want a Top-Notch Smile

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You deserve a strong and healthy smile. Unfortunately, there are many things that can alter your smile’s health and function. One of those things is enamel erosion, and it’s best to keep it at bay if you want strong and healthy teeth. To tell you a little more about enamel erosion so you can keep… Read more »

GERD and Your Teeth

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Do you know gastrointestinal disease (GERD)? Also known as acid reflux, this medical condition means that stomach acids may at times travel up your esophagus and into your mouth. When this occurs, your stomach and esophagus are not the only parts of your body that can be injured; your teeth and gums may suffer from… Read more »

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 »

Do You Have a Fast-Paced Lifestyle? Your Smile May Be in Danger

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Unfortunately, there are many things in this world that can threaten the health and strength of your smile. Along with many dental issues, a fast-paced lifestyle can do this as well. So, if you live this kind of life, it’s important to keep your teeth, gums, and oral health in mind so you can maintain… Read more »

Information About Mouth Jewelry Avoidance

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Did you know that many of the decisions you make in your life can have lasting effects on your smile? As a teen, you may pick up habits that may seem cool of the time but can have severe consequences and leave debilitating effects on your teeth and gums. One particular habit that can be… Read more »