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Are Cracked Teeth on the Rise?

Prolonged psychological stress from the current pandemic seems to be the cause of an increasing number of people’s dental problems, such as fractured teeth, cracked fillings and loose veneers. Recently, The New York Times published an interesting piece about how more and more dentists across the country are noticing an uptick in people seeking dental care services for cracked or…

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Dental Care Basics

Our dentists offer a wide range of dental care services in order to keep your teeth and gums as healthy as possible. We can provide comprehensive dental care for the entire family. If you are looking for practical solutions for caring for your teeth, our team will also offer recommendations on all the basics of dental care both in your…

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Are Dental Implants Right for You?

Are Dental Implants Right for You? According to recent statistics released by the CDC, about half of all adults between the ages of 20 and 64 have lost at least one permanent tooth because of gum disease, tooth decay or an accident. By the age of 65, the risk of losing all your teeth is about 20 percent. Our dentists…

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Gingivitis: Symptoms and Causes in Gainesville, FL

If you notice that your gums look puffy and bleed when you brush your teeth, or your breath isn’t as fresh as it normally is, you may have gingivitis. Keep reading to learn more about the symptoms, what causes the gum disease and how you can treat it. Gingivitis affects approximately 50 percent of adults in the United States according…

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When to Seek Help for a Dental Emergency in Gainesville

What Constitutes a Dental Emergency? While there are numerous problems that are considered a dental emergency by oral health professionals, you can ask yourself a few simple questions to determine if you require treatment from an emergency dentist. These include: Am I experiencing severe pain that’s not relieved by over-the-counter pain medication? Is the inside of my mouth injured? Is…

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Keep it Clean: The Incredible Impact of Oral Health on Your Body and Brain

Brushing your teeth, flossing, and routine visits to the dentist are all important and key contributors to your oral health. And there’s a growing consensus among dental and medical experts that your oral health affects your body as a whole. In fact, nearly every medical condition has some type of manifestation in the mouth according to University of Michigan periodontal…

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Dental Care for Pregnancy: General Info and Local Gainesville Resources

Ask any expecting mother what their greatest wish is, and it’s very likely that “a healthy pregnancy and baby” is the top answer. Pregnancy is a time for change for women, and maintaining good health is crucial to having a low-risk, healthy pregnancy. Something you may not be aware of is that pregnancy also affects dental health. Sometimes the very…

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15 Daily Habits that Might be Wrecking Your Teeth (and How to Quit Them)

Your teeth will experience a certain amount of wear and tear throughout your lifetime. There’s just no getting around it. However, there are a variety of harmful daily habits that can quickly do damage to your teeth. These habits can accelerate tooth decay, lead to gum recession and increase the likelihood of cavities.    The correlation is fairly obvious with…

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Facts, Fibs, and Myths Related to Your Toddler’s Crooked Teeth

Baby’s first tooth is a milestone for parents. It’s part of every child’s development, and all parents are anxious that their baby grows up healthy and strong. Dental health is one aspect, though, that may not receive as much focus, yet it is important to ensure that your baby’s teeth and gums are healthy. The CDC estimates that approximately one…

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Improving Treatment: Dental Technology in 2018 for Professionals and Patients

As in all medical fields, technology is having an impact in dentistry. Dental professionals are seeing an influx of new and improved technology that can help them be more efficient and effective in their practice. Here’s a look at the latest in dental technology. Digital Dentistry and 3D Printing With the reinvention of 3D printing across industries its overarching goal,…

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