How to Care for an Infant’s Oral Health

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Your child deserves a strong, healthy, and successful smile that can help them, eat, talk, and express emotion. This is why it’s important for you to keep your child’s teeth and gums in tip-top shape regularly. To help you do so, our dentist, Drs. Ray McKinley & Brittany McKinley-Holloway, has some tips and recommendations on… Read more »

Your Age and Oral Health Are Connected

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Did you know your age can affect the outcome of your oral health? Well, it’s true! No matter how old you are, you can suffer from to tooth decay and other oral health problems. That is why, our team here at in , , is happy to talk to you about how your age can… Read more »

Are You Properly Protecting Your Toothbrush?

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A toothbrush is probably your most important tool in your oral hygiene toolkit. This single item works hard to keep your smile clean and healthy. But it can only do this if you care for it properly, so you will want to keep it clean and in tip top condition. Because a toothbrush brush can harbor… Read more »

How to Clean Your Tongue

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Would you be surprised to hear that keeping your teeth clean is very important to protecting your oral health?  Did you know that failing to clean your teeth as well, could leave you more susceptible to tooth decay and gum disease? We usually recommend setting up two appointments with us every year to keep your… Read more »

Floss Away Your Tooth Decay

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Did you know that dental floss is often the most overlooked part of a person’s oral hygiene habits? It’s true because people tend to think that brushing their teeth is enough to keep their teeth clean or they simply don’t leave themselves enough time for the extra two minutes of flossing per day that are… Read more »

When Should You Brush Your Teeth?

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Brushing your teeth is extremely important for the health of your gums, teeth, and even plays a role in the health of your whole body. While the practice is now quite common, would you be surprised to learn that there are a few things many of us could do better when it comes to brushing?… Read more »

Dentures and Their Many Benefits

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The dentists at want to craft you the smile you’ve been dreaming of. With all the options in cosmetic dentistry available to you, it’s important to remember that dentures are still considered one of the most desirable. They are removable and usually painless if used correctly. Even if you only have a few missing teeth,… Read more »

Desensitizing Toothpaste Is Not an Effective Treatment Strategy

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Many people describe tooth sensitivity as a pain or a stinging discomfort when they consume hot, cold, sweet or acidic foods and beverages. While you might be able to mitigate tooth sensitivity with special formulated toothpastes and lifestyle modifications, it is still wise to identify the underlying cause of the problem. In many cases, tooth… Read more »

The Importance of Fluoride

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We all want strong, healthy teeth. And, to be honest, our teeth start out pretty strong on their own. That is because they are covered in a layer of enamel, which is actually the strongest substance in the human body. It allows us to bite and chew all kinds of food with confidence, and protects… Read more »