Early Signs of Gum Disease

Posted by Support on March 4, 2019

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February was “Gum Disease Awareness Month”. This campaign was to build awareness of the disease that affects 80% of Americans. In our attempt to bring awareness of the dangers of gum disease we’ve highlighted early signs of gum disease. Red or Swollen Gums Are your gums red and puffy? This inflammation is typically caused by bacteria build up around the teeth. Poor dental hygiene mixed with improper brushing and flossing habits are the leading causes
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Sensitive Teeth & The Winter Season

Posted by Support on January 18, 2019

For some winter is the best time of the year as they sit bundled by the fire watching the snow float down from the sky. For others, winter can be a rough reminder of their sensitive teeth. Just as the bitter cold can cause joints to stiffen up, the winter chill combined with other factors can trigger tooth pain. Before that next sip of hot cocoa please read what those factors are and how to
Gum disease affects more than 80% of American Adults according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The stats may be alarming but they aren’t as alarming as potential health concerns gum disease poses to one’s overall health. With health concerns such as heart disease and diabetes it’s time to address one’s oral hygiene as we discover the connections between gum disease and one’s overall health. Diabetes & Gum Disease From previous research
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From sensitive teeth to sensitive patients, sensitivity and the dentist’s office have gone hand in hand. Luckily, with evolved dental technology, there are minimally invasive procedures such as LANAP laser gum surgery to combat serious cases of gum disease such as periodontitis. Laser Assisted New Attachment Procedure or more common known as LANAP procedure, is the only laser-based surgical procedure with FDA clearance for True Regeneration for its capability to regenerate tissues lost to gum

Take Care Of Your Tooth Enamel

Posted by Support on August 27, 2018

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TOOTH ENAMEL IS THE hardest substance in the human body. But don’t let that fool you–it’s far from invincible. In fact, there are things you may be doing on a regular basis that weaken your enamel, which could lead to more frequent cavities, tooth discoloration and sensitivity. Tooth Enamel Acts As A Protective Barrier The enamel makes up the tooth’s protective outer layer and is the first line of defense against harmful acids and bacteria. Unlike other