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What Is Tooth Enamel and How Important Is It?

August 30, 2019

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anatomy of a tooth

If you’re prone to lots of cavities or weak spots in your teeth, your enamel, or the outer shell of your teeth, could be damaged. That can lead to problems such as sensitivity and even pain. It can be caused by multiple lifestyle choices and even factors that aren’t choices. What exactly is enamel? And how do you take care of it, so it doesn’t get damaged? Read on as a dentist answers all of your questions about tooth enamel.


True or False? Your Dentist Can Replace Molars with Dental Implants

July 1, 2019

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a molarEvery tooth in your mouth serves a purpose. Whether it is to chew, bite, tear, or cut, you need your teeth in order to maintain good oral health and effectively perform day-to-day tasks. When a tooth falls out or is extracted, it reduces your mouth’s full functionality and can cause a wide range of dental problems. From the visible front teeth to those situated in the back of your mouth, missing teeth spell trouble. If you’ve considered dental implants as a viable restorative method but are unsure if they replace molars, read on to find out what a dentist has to say on the topic.


Protect Your Smile and Your Health from Dental Infections

June 19, 2019

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ToothacheInfections in the mouth are notoriously common; past studies have found that nearly half of American adults have some form of gum disease, and the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial research estimates that 92% of adults have had at least one cavity in their permanent teeth. At first, these health issues might seem like minor annoyances, but if left untreated they can lead to tooth loss – or worse. Here’s what you need to know about different kinds of dental infections – and how to avoid the problems they cause.


Why Sleep Apnea Treatment Could Be Good for Your Heart

May 7, 2019

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Man SnoringAccording to the American Sleep Association, roughly half of all adults snore. In many cases, this can simply be a nuisance for people who are trying to sleep nearby. Sometimes, however, snoring is a sign of a much bigger problem called sleep apnea, which can potentially be life-threatening and may directly lead to heart problems. Learn more about this condition and how sleep apnea treatment may just help save your life.


Oral Cancer Awareness: Why It’s Another Reason You Should See Your Dentist

April 3, 2019

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fake teeth with a cigaretteIf you’re like most Americans, you know all the reasons it’s important to see your dentist twice a year. It can prevent tooth decay, cavities, gum disease, and more, right? But what about screening for oral cancer? Do you know why it’s so important? You’ve probably been checked in the past and you didn’t even know it. Since April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month, let us tell you how often you should be checked for this disease and what you can expect during a typical screening process.


Where Should I Go for a Dental Emergency in Ormond Beach?

March 25, 2019

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Man with tooth painDid you know that since 2000, ER visits for dental emergencies have doubled from 1.1 million to 2.2 million? That means someone is experiencing a dental emergency every 15 seconds. While planning for an emergency is impossible, knowing what to do when one occurs can save your smile. Keep reading to learn whether you should visit your dentist or go to the ER for a dental emergency as well as what you can do to help in the meantime.


Keys to Dental Implant Maintenance in Ormond Beach

February 19, 2019

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senior couple with toothbrushesAre you thinking about getting dental implants? If so, you have a lot to look forward to! Not only will dental implants provide you with a strong bite and beautiful grin, but they’re also easy to care for. Let’s talk about some of the keys to proper dental implant maintenance in Ormond Beach so you can help your restored smile to stand the test of time.


The New Year’s Resolution of Oral Health in Ormond Beach

January 10, 2019

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Woman with healthy-looking smileNow that it’s officially 2019, have you made any resolutions? This time of year usually causes people to make positive changes in their diet or exercise, but one part of their health tends to be forgotten: oral health. Taking care of your mouth not only keeps your smile looking and feeling great, but it can also have an affect on your overall wellbeing. Keep reading to learn about why it’s important to maintain good oral health in Ormond Beach and how it can affect your overall health.


Holiday Teeth Whitening Options in Ormond Beach

December 16, 2018

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man smiling at the dentist During December, it probably feels like you have a million things on your to-do list — like holiday parties to attend, family to see, and countless other occasions to show off your smile. So the next question is this: are your teeth ready to dazzle at every opportunity? If the answer is no, or if you’re not so sure, then it’s time to learn about your teeth whitening options in Ormond Beach!


What Do You Know About TMJ Treatment in Ormond Beach?

November 24, 2018

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Woman with jaw painHave you ever woken up with a tight jaw that makes it difficult – or even painful – to open your mouth normally? Feeling like your jaw is “stuck” or “locked” is a common symptom of TMJ disorder. According to the National Institutes of Health, over 10 million Americans are affected by TMJ disorder, with the condition appearing to be more common in women than men. November is the National TMJ Awareness Month, meaning now is the perfect time to learn more about this common disorder and when to seek TMJ treatment in Ormond Beach.


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