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Gum Care Matters in Indiana

Every September, we celebrate National Gum Care Month and get a welcome reminder of the gums’ importance on our general health and how to protect them from disease. What is gum disease, how do you prevent it from starting and how do you stop it once it’s started? Read on to learn the answers to these and most other questions…

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Basic Dental Care in Indiana

Brushing and flossing your teeth may not be the most exciting topic of conversation, but it’s a topic that should receive your utmost attention. If you lack good oral hygiene, you’ll lack good physical health. It’s that simple. Research has shown a direct correlation between good oral health and good physical health. Conversely, poor oral health contributes to poor physical…

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Uncover the Truth About Root Canal Treatment

If you’re like many people, you may believe that root canals cause tooth pain. This is a commonly held misconception. Root canals are a method of treatment utilized to treat tooth pain. If you’d like to learn more about root canals, continue reading this educational guide on the subject. The Necessity of Root Canals Root canals become necessary when the…

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What to Expect with a Tooth Extraction

Having worries about seeing the dentist is normal. While the sharp objects and noisy tools that are used within dentistry can be scary, one of the biggest contributing factors to fear is the unknown. The best way to combat fear of going to the dentist is by educating yourself on what will happen at your visit. Tooth extractions are one…

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Reasons and Remedies for Tooth Discoloration

Do you know the underlying causes of discolored or yellow teeth? To help you determine the root causes of your stained or discolored teeth, continue reading below for more information. It is important to understand the cause so that you can find the right solution. If needed, contact your dentist and speak with them about whitening. Most people are happy…

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Why Flossing Is a Must, Not a Maybe

Proper dental hygiene is necessary to keep your teeth and gums healthy and to ensure a lifetime of brighter smiles. Brushing with a fluoride toothpaste after each meal is one key component to an effective, daily dental hygiene routine. Flossing, an activity that far too few of the population take seriously and perform regularly, is an even more key component…

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Causes of Bleeding Gums and Gum Disease

Periodontal disease can result in tooth loss and potentially dangerous health issues. The Importance of Gum Health What comes to mind when you think about your oral health? Many people focus on the health of their teeth, but your gums also play an essential role in your oral health and the overall health of your body. Prioritizing your gum health…

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The Benefits of Brushing

You might be wondering why you need to refine your brushing and flossing skills because you’ve probably been brushing and flossing your teeth for most of your life. What you might not realize is that after brushing and flossing your teeth for so long it’s become a routine habit, and you might not be taking care of your oral health…

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Invisalign: Frequently Asked Questions

No matter how stylish and trendy your outfit, it will always look better with a dazzling smile. If you’re self-conscious because of your crooked or misaligned teeth, then the Invisalign system of aligner trays may provide an excellent solution and a glorious smile. Best of all, the aligner trays are virtually invisible, so no one will know that you’re wearing…

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10 Signs of Sleep Apnea

According to the American Sleep Apnea Association, approximately 22 million people suffer from sleep apnea. This disorder causes you to temporarily stop breathing while you’re sleeping. Learn more about sleep apnea and find out how your dentist can help you. Three Types of Sleep Apnea The most common type of sleep apnea is called obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). It occurs…

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