Never Give Up on Your Oral Hygiene

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Never give up on your oral hygiene. Even as the fall flowers and sugar skies tower towards us to trick our teeth with tempting treats and delicious sweets for Thanksgiving and beyond, we must stand fast to our daily routines. It is important to keep up our brushing and flossing,... Read more »

Flossing: Common Excuses & Solutions

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Flossing your teeth at least twice a day is very important for your oral health. Dr. Anthony Shaia recommends that you floss your teeth at least once a day. Many people find excuse to not floss as they should. Our dentist has simple solutions for all of the common excuses,... Read more »

Frequently Asked Questions About Brushing

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If you are one who has multiple questions about brushing your teeth, we are here to help you! Brushing can be a tricky and complicated task, but it’s time to uncomplicate it and properly brush. To help you do so, we happily provided the answers to the following tooth-brushing questions:... Read more »

How to Care for Your Dental Implant

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Dental implants are an investment in your smile now and in the future. They offer permanent results for a lifetime, but that’s only if you take proper care of them. So, if you’re interested in making your dental implants last, please do the following things: · Brush: Use a soft-bristled... Read more »

Routine Care Tips for your Crown

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Your crown represents an investment in restoring the form and function of a tooth that has lost a significant amount enamel due to damage or decay. Even though crown materials like gold, base metals and porcelain are not subject to tooth decay, the crown will still require daily oral hygiene... Read more »

How to Prevent Cavities

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Cavities are painful and serious dental problems that can destroy your smile in just a short amount of time. They generally form when the bacteria in your mouth has the chance to erode your tooth enamel, which usually happens when you do not brush your teeth regularly and visit the... Read more »