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Freeze the Clock on Your Aging Smile with Dental Damage Prevention and Care

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Foundations of Oral Health Care

Taking care of your mouth doesn’t have to be difficult–but NOT taking care of your mouth can lead to tooth erosion, cavities, and other dental emergencies. To prevent the expense, pain, and annoyance of these problems, make sure your daily dental routines are ship-shape. Brush Your Teeth: Brushing your teeth

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All About Your Toothbrush

Out of all of the things in your house, you would think that your toothbrush is the least intriguing item. Actually, the toothbrush has a unique history. People have been concerned about dental health since the dawn of humanity. That toothbrush hanging in your bathroom dates back about 5,000 years.

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Oral Health ABCs: Sugarless Chewing Gum

Did you know that chewing gum may indeed have potential benefits for your smile? According to numerous studies, chewing sugarless gum for a length of time ranging from 15 to 30 minutes can effectively prevent tooth decay and cavities. Typically, chewing sugarless gum is most effective after you have eaten

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If you are ready to improve your smile, seek out the use of our dentist office to ensure that restorations and repairs can be applied as needed. If for any reason you have suffered any dental damage, treatments will often need to be given as soon as possible to prevent the effects of further damage to your smile. If left untreated, several health risks associated with dental damage can progress further and lead to tooth loss or gum disease.

If you routinely partake in contact sports, you could be putting your smile at an increased risk of dental damage. However, in many situations, you will find yourself at risk of further trauma to your smile due to the fact that a single strike or blow to your face can knock out several teeth or even break your jaw. In most instances, decades of support for your smile can be erased with a single strike or accident due to contact sports. Thus, make sure that you are applying the necessary care and preventive treatments, including the use of oral appliances and safety equipment to keep your smile safe. Furthermore, be aware of any other unhealthy habits in your life that can also be putting your smile at risk of dental damage, including smoking or using drugs.

To schedule an appointment at [practice_name], contact our office in [city], [state], at [phone]. Drs. Victor Pickett, Nick Rudelich, Curtis Condie, and Luke Rudelich look forward to hearing from you soon!

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