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9 Facts About Tongues

9 Facts About Tongues

We use our tongues every day to talk, taste, and swallow, yet we rarely take time to think about this flexible organ. Here are 9 things you may not know about the tongue: 1.      The longest recorded tongue was more than 3.8 inches from back to tip; the...

Oral Hygiene and Heart Disease

Oral Hygiene and Heart Disease

Heart disease is the number one cause of death in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Studies have found there is a correlation between gum disease and your heart health. Gum disease symptoms to watch out for:...

Childhood Tooth Decay

Childhood Tooth Decay

According to the National Children’s Oral Health Foundation, childhood tooth decay is the number one chronic illness impacting children in America. More than 40 percent of children have decay by the time they reach kindergarten. Tooth decay can have a lasting impact...

Digital X-Rays

Digital X-Rays

X-rays, or radiographs, have long been used in dentistry. Traditional film x-rays are a safe and effective part of your dental care, but they do require a small amount of radiation. In our office, we utilize digital x-ray technology that provides the benefits of film...

3 Reasons You Need to Visit the Dentist

3 Reasons You Need to Visit the Dentist

With a busy schedule, it may be a challenge to schedule your routine dental visit or you may just forget about it altogether. Remember that prevention is protection. For most patients, we recommend you visit us at least every six months. More frequent visits may be...

Coffee and Your Teeth

Coffee and Your Teeth

Coffee contains ingredients called tannins, which are a type of polyphenol that breaks down in water. They are also found in beverages like wine or tea. Tannins cause color compounds to stick to your teeth. When these compounds stick, they can leave an unwanted yellow...

Don’t Miss Your Screenings

Don’t Miss Your Screenings

Oral cancer does not discriminate. It affects those of all ages, genders and races. Smokers do develop oral cancers at higher rates than non-smokers. However, this does not absolve the rest of the population from being at risk, as well. It’s incredibly important to...