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Welcoming October and Dental Hygiene Month

October delivers colorful leaves, cooler temperatures, and the Halloween spirit, but that’s not all; it also delivers dental hygiene awareness in the form of National Dental Hygiene Awareness Month. Many misconceptions circulate about what comprises good dental hygiene and why to make it a priority, so during Dental Hygiene Awareness Month we’ll clear some of those up. Dental Hygiene Is…

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September Is Gum Care Awareness Month in the U.S.

Your gums are the soft tissue surrounding your teeth at their base. They provide a secure seal around the teeth that helps keep out harmful bacteria, food particles and other unwanted elements. They also provide part of the supporting structure of tissues and jawbone that help keep the teeth fixed in their positions. Your gums help ensure you have a…

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Emergency Dentist in Owings Mills

Experiencing a dental emergency can be a stressful experience. Not only are these events stressful, but they can also cause a great deal of pain and discomfort. Anyone who has ever had a dental emergency occur can tell you that one of the things you worry about is what you need to do next. While it may be obvious that…

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Basic Dental Care in Owings Mills

You may not think much about your good oral health during the day, because it’s an integral component of physical health that’s often overlooked. Research has established that good oral health directly affects your physical health. Those who maintain good oral health have a lower incidence of major illnesses such as diabetes, dementia, cardiovascular disease, and more. Regular dental appointments…

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Uncover the Truth About Root Canal Treatment

Perhaps more so than any other procedure, root canals are notorious for their pain and discomfort. Although the reasons can’t be proven, many postulate that it’s due to their origins. Root canals were first performed in 1766 when pain medication, humane dental instruments, and modern techniques were unknown, so at that time, the reputation may have been justified. Modern root…

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What to Expect with a Tooth Extraction

For most people, visiting the dentist is far from a welcome occasion – the noisy tools, sharp objects, and uncertainty of what could happen at their appointment can make dental visits a dreaded occasion. The anxiety surrounding receiving professional dental care is frequently due to not knowing what is going to happen. Fear of the unknown is one of the…

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Understanding Sensitive Teeth

Tooth sensitivity is a relatively common problem. The most common symptom is a sharp, stinging feeling whenever a person consumes a food or beverage that is hot or cold. Sometimes even sweet or sour foods can cause the same sensation. Fortunately, this common issue is easy to provide treatment for in the comfort of your own home. As anyone with…

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Tips to Prevent Cavities

Adults need to take care of their teeth every day just as much as children do. It’s easy to skip brushing or flossing when you’re running late, but it can have serious consequences if you become lax. Good at-home dental care not only keeps your teeth and gums healthy, it can help protect your general health as well. When you…

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Reasons and Remedies for Tooth Discoloration

Stains and discoloration of your teeth can make you feel self-conscious and can reduce your willingness to show off your beautiful smile. The good news is that there are solutions available for correcting your discolored teeth and helping you to feel more confident in your appearance. Most dentists will give you advice on how to correct discolored or stained teeth…

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Why Flossing Is a Must, Not a Maybe

Why Is Flossing Important? When it comes to oral health habits, you might think that flossing is optional if you brush your teeth twice a day. While brushing at least twice a day is ideal for removing plaque and food particles, our dentists also recommend that you floss daily in addition to brushing. Flossing helps you remove plaque and debris…

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