Category: Routine Dental Care

Your Child’s First Dental Visit

Posted by: Hassey | Do Duy, on March 24, 2021

Life with a newborn is filled with many firsts: First words, first meals, first doctor’s appointments. However, there is one first that many parents put off for far too long and that is a first dental appointment.  There is a mistaken belief among some parents that dental and oral health is not important for babies… Read More

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Dental Habits to Break in 2021

Posted by: Hassey | Do Duy, on January 27, 2021

With every new year we have lots of traditions big and small that we follow around the world. One of the most common traditions is the new year’s resolution. People always try to reinvent themselves or change some habits with the turning of the calendar and health related resolutions are one of the most popular… Read More

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How to Choose the Best Toothpaste for You

Posted by: Hassey | Do Duy, on May 11, 2016

Do you ever stand in the dental aisle of your grocery store and feel overwhelmed by all your toothpaste options? That’s not uncommon. While it’s great that these days, we have so many different pastes to choose from, too much choice can lead to confusion. Allow us to break it down for you and discuss… Read More

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The Importance of Early Gum Disease Treatment

Posted by: Hassey | Do Duy, on March 14, 2016

Have you been ignoring the fact that your gums bleed when you are brushing your teeth? Allow us to tell you why that is a bad idea and what it means for your mouth. What Is Gum Disease? If brushing your teeth causes your gums to bleed, believe us when we tell you that it… Read More

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What is Periodontal Charting?

Posted by: Hassey | Do Duy, on September 20, 2013

Every patient who comes to our office receives an initial periodontal evaluation as part of their first exam.  A portion of this evaluation is dedicated to periodontal charting, a process that includes the inspection of the tissue that immediately surrounds your teeth.  Why is it important?  Unhealthy gums are associated with bone loss, infection, and… Read More

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