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The Truth About Cavities

What is a cavity and how do you know if you have one? That’s a great question. Cavities are what you get from tooth decay, it affects not only the outer coating of your tooth, but the inner layer of your tooth as well. How do your teeth form decay? Bacteria caused by foods such as,
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Foods That Whiten Your Teeth Naturally

Instead of using harsh chemicals on your teeth, think about all the natural foods that can whiten your teeth. Strawberries. Who doesn’t love these sweet fruits? Strawberries contain malic acid that can remove discoloration from your teeth. You can eat as many of these however you choose and naturally whiten your smile. Seeds and nuts.
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Sleep Apnea: 5 Things To Know About Sleep Apnea

Do you or someone you know suffer from sleep apnea? What is sleep apnea? Sleep apnea is a chronic disorder that causes pauses in your breathing while you sleep, your brain is trying to make the decision between breathing or sleeping. If you suffer from sleep apnea, you’re probably having a difficult time falling asleep
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Advantages of Dental Crowns

What is a Dental Crown? Crowns are used for a range of cosmetic and restorative purposes made of porcelain material from our in house CERAC machine. Crowns are thicker than veneers and provide extra strength and durability to teeth that have severe decay or damage. When is a Dental Crown used? Crowns are custom made
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10 Biggest Causes of Tooth Sensitivity

Almost 50% of our population suffers from tooth sensitivity, most adults usually experience this between the ages of 18-35 years old. Here are 10 biggest causes of tooth sensitivity. Aggressive brushing- If you’re a person that uses to much force while brushing those pearly whites and/or uses hard bristled brushes, you could be wearing down the
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5 Signs You Need To See Your Dentist

If you don’t feel good about your oral health, you are more likely to hide those pearly whites. When your teeth are in good health, the more confident you’ll feel about showing them off. Your teeth are one of the most important aspects of your appearance, so why not take care of them? Preventative dentistry
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“If you can feel trust before you walk in the door, that’s the key to success.”

-Dr. Landon Libby, DDS

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