Gum Recession

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When the gum tissue around the teeth starts to wear away or pulls back to the roots of the teeth, your teeth can become more sensitive and the receding gums can affect the quality of your smile. Gum recession can … Continued

Loose Teeth

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Loose or shifting teeth can be a warning sign of a bigger problem associated with your oral health. If you are noticing that your teeth are becoming loose or are moving easily, set up an appointment with us for an … Continued

Bleeding Gums

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The health of your mouth plays a role in the health of your entire body, so any signs of gum disease need to be taken seriously. Bleeding gums are one of the symptoms of gum disease and can be a … Continued

Bad Breath

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If you are not keeping up with your daily brushing and flossing regimen, you increase the risk of developing oral health problems like gum disease and bad breath. Bad breath can be a result of poor dental hygiene but can … Continued

Gum Disease Stages

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Gum disease is a chronic oral infection caused by the bacteria that live in the plaque on your teeth. If you neglect to brush and floss properly, the bacteria thrive, infecting your gum tissue which results in periodontal disease. If … Continued

Gum Disease Dangers

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When plaque builds up on your teeth, cavities are only a small portion of the threat to your oral health. The bacteria that accumulate in plaque can infect your gum tissue, creating a host of complications. Symptoms of periodontal disease … Continued

Gum Disease Health

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Taking good care of your mouth does more than help ensure you have a bright, white smile. Having a healthy mouth and healthy body go hand-in-hand! Pancreatic Cancer and Heart Disease Recent studies have linked good oral hygiene with good … Continued

Tooth and Bone Loss

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Teeth can be lost for a variety of reasons. Disease, injury, birth defects or decay can result in teeth being lost or removed. Many dental and health problems can result from tooth loss or removal. Diet Without properly aligned teeth, … Continued

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