Keeping Your Molars Safe

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Since your molars are located in the back of your mouth, and you probably don’t give much thought to chewing. Because of that, your chances are good that you don’t think about your molars very often. Unless of course one of those teeth develops a cavity, at which point the tooth will likely have your… Read more »

How Gum Disease Affects Your Teeth

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You probably already know that gum disease can be a fairly serious problem, but would you be surprised to learn that some people suffer from gum disease and don’t even know it? This is one reason we suggest scheduling an appointment with our team every six months. You see, our team is specifically trained to… Read more »