Reigning in Your Breath for Your Healthiest Smile

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As the holidays steadily approach, is your breath preventing you from enjoying social activities and interacting with the people you love? If so, you are not alone. Issues with the breath are actually not uncommon, but they can make social interactions unnerving. The good news is, bad breath, also known as halitosis, can be readily… Read more »

Why We Use A Cone Beam CT

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Traditional dental X-rays work by passing through the soft tissues of the body, which appear as dark areas on a radiograph. However, hard tissues like bones and teeth cannot absorb the X-rays, so they appear as white areas on radiographs. Traditional X-rays produce 2D images for our dentist so we can diagnose cavities and other… Read more »

Managing and Repairing a Cracked Tooth

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Even though your tooth enamel is very strong, there are things like a blow to the face or using your teeth as tools, can cause a crack. Left unchecked, a cracked tooth can become a serious problem, inviting tooth decay and other complications. If you have a cracked tooth you should call us immediately to… Read more »

What to Eat After a Root Canal

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In reality, root canals aren’t nearly as bad as people think. In fact, most patients who have had root canal therapy aren’t too worried if they’re told they need another. Still, your teeth could be extremely sensitive right after your treatment, and there are a few things you should do to keep your smile safe…. Read more »