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Gum Care Awareness Month

September Is Gum Care Awareness Month  Doesn’t sound like the most exciting thing to celebrate, does it? However, good gum health is as important to your good physical health as eating right, exercising, and annual doctor visits. Poor gum health is the leading cause of tooth loss in adults who are 35 and older. Poor gum health starts with poor…

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Basic Dental Care in Northern New Jersey

How do you go about maintaining a beautiful smile? Would you believe that it all starts at home? While going to see a Northern New Jersey dentist is very important, you need to practice basic dental care. You have to create and stick to an oral hygiene regimen. You likely already have a regimen that you use daily, but is it good…

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Do You Need an Oral Surgeon?

If you’ve been to your dentist and were informed that you need oral surgery, you might not know the next step. An oral surgeon is a general dentist who has completed an additional four years of surgical residency in a hospital. Oral surgeons are adept at performing advanced dental procedures such as root canals, extracting impacted wisdom teeth, fixing knocked-out…

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A Root Canal Could Save Your Tooth and Is Relatively Painless

Dentists say that many adults can keep their permanent teeth if they opt for root canals. Because of a lot of misinformation, though, most people avoid getting root canals. One of the most common misbeliefs is that the procedure is painful. In reality, you don’t feel anything during treatment, and recovery isn’t bad either. Let’s take a closer look at…

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What to Expect With a Tooth Extraction

The uncertainty of the dentist’s office can instill fear into the strongest of people. Noisy drills, very sharp tools, and someone asking you questions while they have both hands in your mouth can seem daunting indeed. However, knowing what will happen and why can alleviate the terror of the dentist’s chair – called odontophobia – and enable you to have…

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Understanding Sensitive Teeth

Stabbing pains or dull aches in your teeth or gums can be signs of tooth sensitivity. This condition is also known as dentinal hypersensitivity and affects as many as one out of eight people in the United States. Many people do not realize that there are effective treatments available for this condition. If you or any member of your family…

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Cavity Prevention Advice for Everyone

While some cavities are extremely painful and require immediate attention from your dentist, others can go unnoticed until they have become serious threats to the health of your tooth. Understanding the ways in which cavities form and the factors that can play a role in this process can allow you to make minor changes in your lifestyle that can have…

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Reasons and Remedies for Tooth Discoloration

Stained and discolored teeth can make you want to hide your smile out of shame and embarrassment. Find out all of the ways that you can treat and prevent this problem so that your smile can be as white as possible. How Teeth Become Discolored There are numerous causes of discolored teeth. Some of those causes happen naturally, while others…

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Why Flossing Is a Must for Healthy Teeth

Flossing your teeth may seem like just another chore to be done, but in fact, it’s a necessary procedure if you want to maintain good oral and physical health. For decades, we’ve been told that twice-daily brushing is imperative for good dental health, and that’s true. However, brushing is only part of the picture. Researchers have found that flossing is…

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Causes of Bleeding Gums and Gum Disease

The thought of bloody gums and teeth is off-putting to say the least. But those are the consequences of gingivitis, also called gum disease. When it’s not treated promptly, you’ll not only have bleeding gums, but you could also lose your teeth. Fortunately, this unpleasant prospect can be avoided through a regimen of good oral hygiene and regular dental appointments.…

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