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Lakshmi Ramgopal

Diabetes and Dental Health

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More than 23 million people in the United States have diabetes. If you’re one of them, it’s easy to understand why you’d want to know how diabetes affects your oral health. You might be surprised to learn that if your blood glucose levels are poorly controlled, you are more likely […]

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Get A Beautiful White Smile With Our Back To School Special

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Start the new school year off right – with a beautiful white smile! It’s been a crazy year, but it’s that time…. Back to School and Work! No more sitting behind a computer screen for classes and meetings. It’s time to get back to in-person interactions! And what’s the first […]

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Talking Teeth: 10 Dental Terms You Should Know

Dental Terms

10 Dental Terms You Should Know Dental Terms – Have you ever heard your dentist use a word or phrase you didn’t really understand? If so, you’re not alone! It’s not uncommon for dentists to use words that might sound completely foreign to you — they use very specific dental […]

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Teeth Whitening at Home or at the Dentist?

Teeth Whitening

The Best Place for Teeth Whitening — at Home or at the Dentist? Who doesn’t want a more beautiful smile? The key to achieving this goal is sometimes as simple as whitening your teeth. Whitening at home Choosing to use an over-the-counter product (usually whitening strips) with the ADA seal […]

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It Starts With Gum Disease. But It Can Lead to a Lot Worse.

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People skipped going to the dentist during the pandemic. It’s time to catch up. Skipping those regular dental visits during the pandemic may lead to far more trouble than a toothache. Lots of people missed dental exams and teeth cleanings over the past year because of Covid-19. Now that many […]

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Look Out For These 5 Oral Symptoms Of COVID-19

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Coronavirus: Apart From Loss Of Taste, Watch out for these oral symptoms of COVID. Losing a sense of smell and taste can be one of the surest symptoms of coronavirus and can take weeks to fully heal. As per studies, the sign is reported in more than 60% of COVID+ […]

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Swelling: A Sign to See Your Dentist

Swelling

If you notice swelling in your mouth or jaw, call us right away for an appointment. Oral swelling is almost always caused by an infection of a tooth or the gums. If an infected tooth is the culprit, it usually means there’s a deep cavity allowing bacteria to infect the […]

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Getting Outdoors!

Getting Outdoors!

Enjoy being outside, just remember to be safe from the sun! Regardless of your past sun exposure, it is always beneficial to start protecting your skin. Research shows that regular sun protection can decrease your risk for sun cancers, reduce the number of pre cancerous lesions on your skin, and […]

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How To Floss Teeth

How To Floss

You probably know that brushing alone won’t take care of your oral hygiene. You hear it all the time from commercials, your dentist, probably even from your mother. You probably know they’re all right, too. With regular dental cleanings, your dentist can help prevent the crevices between your teeth from […]

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Dental Care Checklist for Infants

Dental Care Checklist for Infants

Dental Care Checklist for Infants   See the dentist by age 1. Schedule your infant’s first dental visit by the age of 1 or after the first tooth erupts.   Clean baby’s gums. Use gauze to clean your infant’s gums after feedings and at bedtime. Ideally, this should be done […]

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