Protecting Your Tooth Enamel

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Believe it or not, the enamel on your teeth is the toughest substance in your body. Its job is to protect your teeth from plaque, tartar, sugar, bacteria, and acids that will damage your teeth. It also shields the inner parts of your teeth from heat and cold, allowing you... Read more »

Protecting Your Back Teeth with Dental Sealants

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The teeth in your smile have different functions. In the case of your back teeth, or your molars and premolars, their job is to grind your food in order to make it easier to swallow and digest. To do this, they come equipped with ridges, known as cusps that help... Read more »

Preparing Your Smile for Healthy Food Choices

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Are you aware that while there are many foods that can damage or destroy your teeth, there are also many foods that can build and strengthen them? Even though the process of chewing and eating will wear your smile down over the years, there are many substances that can keep... Read more »

Flossing Tips

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Many of us remember to brush at least twice a day, But it also may be tempting to brush, use our mouthwash, and be on our way. So in a rush to get out the door in the morning, or the desire to get to bed at night, we may... Read more »

Restore Your Smile for the Summer with Dental Bonding

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Restore your smile for the summer with dental bonding. Dental bonding is a cosmetic dentistry procedure that is often used to repair or improve damaged teeth with a resin or porcelain material to vastly upgrade the look and function of your teeth. Listed below are just a few of the... Read more »

Common Questions About Dental Bonding

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Are your teeth slightly damaged or chipped? Do you have unsightly stains or discolorations that you wish you could conceal or repair without the use of replacing or concealing the entire tooth? If so, dental bonding may be able to help. Listed below are some common questions about dental bonding:... Read more »