A Complete Denture Can Help Replace the Appearance and Function of Missing Teeth

Posted September 26, 2017. Long term problems with cavities and chronic periodontal disease can leave you with mouth full of compromised teeth. In many of these cases multiple teeth can be lost over the course of years. This can alter the appearance of your smile and the overall function of your mouth.In a situation like this […]

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Avoid Gum Disease by Cutting These Foods from Your Diet

Posted September 26, 2017. Creating the right food menu for your family has become trickier than ever. Fast, delicious treats saturate our options, but their taste often comes at the cost of our health. We’ve amassed a list of some foods you can watch out for when making menus helpful to your oral health. Read on […]

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Tips on Having a Great Smile for Your School’s Picture Day

Posted October 4, 2017. Picture day at school is an important day, not only filling a spot in the yearbook, but a spot on the wall at your house for everyone to see. You probably want to have your best smile possible so you don’t feel embarrassed each time you see the picture. To get a […]

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How to Avoid a Chipped Tooth

Posted October 17, 2017. Dental emergencies are not fun. In fact, they’re quite scary and overwhelming. If possible, it’s best to avoid them as much as possible. To help you do so, our dentist, Dr. David B. Fisher, is happy to give you some tips and information on how to avoid chipping a tooth.The first tip […]

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Facts about Sleep Apnea

Posted October 24, 2017. Some people have sporadic breathing patterns while they sleep. This is the main feature of sleep apnea. In order to treat your sleep apnea effectively, here are some facts you will want to know:– There are two major kinds of sleep apnea. The first is called central sleep apnea. When a normal […]

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Toothache Treatments

Posted November 6, 2017. A toothache refers to any pain surrounding or in your teeth and jaw. The pain may come and go or be a constant ache. It might be mild or severe. You may notice that your teeth are extra sensitive to hot and cold foods and drinks. You may have a feeling of […]

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Persistent Dry Mouth Problems Can Increase Your Chances of Suffering Cavities and Periodontal Health Problems

Posted November 13, 2017. The natural saliva production in your mouth plays a very important role in several oral functions. This includes lubricating your mouth while speaking and breathing. It also helps to soften food during the process of chewing, and grinding, before safely swallowing.Decreased saliva production caused by something other than short term dehydration can […]

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Keep Your Smile Healthy for the Holidays by Catching Tooth Decay Early

Posted December 12, 2017. Maintaining effective oral hygiene habits will enhance your and Dr. David B. Fisher’s efforts to prevent tooth decay and gum disease. Essential components of oral care include brushing, flossing, and professional dental cleanings and checkups to ward off tooth decay.However, if you do notice signs of a dental cavity, we encourage you […]

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What to Do for a Chipped Tooth

Posted December 21, 2017. If you’ve ever been in an accident, you may have worried about getting immediate care. Accidents happen, and when they do, knowing what to do will alleviate a lot of anxiety and worry. Our blog post discusses what to do for a chipped tooth.There are many things that can cause a chipped […]

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An Undiagnosed Dental Condition Might Contribute to Tooth Sensitivity

Posted December 30, 2017. Discomfort, when you consume certain foods and beverages, can have a negative impact on your overall quality of life. Left undiagnosed chronic tooth sensitivity could allow a significant dental health problem to gradually worsen.If you’ve been dealing with persistent or worsening tooth sensitivity, you should still have the underlying cause of the […]

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