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Oral Cancer: Causes, Symptoms, Treatments

November is Mouth Cancer Action Month, so we want to make our patients aware of the facts regarding oral cancer. Oral cancer is also referred to as mouth cancer, and it encompasses all cancers that occur in the mouth, whether it’s cancer of the cheeks, lips, gums, tongue, soft palate, or any other type of oral cancer. Although oral cancer…

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Celebrate Dental Hygiene Month

As dentists and dental hygienists, we enjoy celebrating National Dental Hygiene Month. Dental hygiene is extremely important to anyone who wants a pain-free, attractive smile. It promotes fewer cavities, reduces your risk of gum disease, and is beneficial to your overall health. If you want to keep your teeth for life, it is essential to take good care of your…

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National Gum Care Month

What does it take to keep your mouth clean and healthy? Keeping your smile bright and beautiful for years to come involves more than just brushing your teeth. It also involves taking great care of your gums. However, many individuals don’t give their gums the proper care that they deserve. This is a growing problem that dentists have been trying…

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Emergency Dental Care Myths and Facts

Many myths exist about emergency dentistry; here, we dispel some of the most common of them. Myth: It’s only a dental emergency if you’re in pain. Fact: There are many signs you may have a dental emergency. Even when no pain is present, you still may have a dental emergency if one or more of your teeth: Are chipped, fractured…

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Basic Dental Care in Voorhees

If your teeth and gums are healthy, you’ll have better overall health than if your teeth and gums are infected, decayed, or diseased. Although this may seem obvious, many people put their dental visits at the bottom of their list of things to do. However, research has shown a correlation between dental problems and major diseases such as strokes, heart…

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Figuring Out If You Need to Visit an Oral Surgeon

When do you know if you need to visit an oral surgeon or not? First, you have to know what oral surgeons are and what they do. Basically, oral surgeons are dentists who have gone to dental school and studied for another four years at hospitals as part of surgical residencies. Studying in hospitals for these extra years helps them…

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Understanding Sensitive Teeth

Sensitive teeth are painful and inconvenient, but they’re also easily treatable and easily preventable. Usually, changing a few lifestyle habits can make a big difference in the level of your tooth pain. Sensitive teeth are very common now, and many dental hygiene products have been developed to alleviate the discomfort they cause. If eating acidic foods or brushing and flossing…

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Cavity Prevention Advice for Everyone

If you think it’s okay to miss out on routinely caring for your dental health, think again. Poor dental hygiene can negatively impact your overall physical health. That’s because tooth decay, cavities and gum disease can lead to serious illnesses and chronic health issues. The best way to keep these issues from occurring is to learn about the causes of…

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Reasons and Remedies for Tooth Discoloration

Yellowed or stained teeth can make you hesitant to smile. Fortunately, your dentist has solutions for you that can give you your confidence back to smile broadly. Tooth discoloration doesn’t have to be a lifelong problem, keep reading to find out more. Typical Causes of Teeth Discoloration Understanding the cause of your tooth discoloration is the first step toward finding…

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Why Flossing Is a Must, Not a Maybe

The majority of us brush our teeth regularly to keep our teeth healthy and prevent bad breath. Unfortunately, the majority of us don’t floss daily. Brushing only cleans about 70 percent of the teeth’s surfaces, so only about a third of us clean all of the teeth’s surfaces by flossing each day. Flossing is vital for preventing cavities, gum disease…

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