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Dental Care Interventions For Hypothyroid Patients

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Hypothyroidism refers to an underactive thyroid. Symptoms can include weight gain, fatigue, hair loss, dry skin, and voice changes. It can also put you at risk of developing oral problems such as dry mouth, cavities, and periodontal disease. Here are some dental care interventions your dentist may recommend to help promote optimal oral health and discourage the progression of hypothyroid-related oral health problems. Treating Salivary Gland Dysfunction  Hypothyroidism and other autoimmune disorders can lead to salivary gland dysfunction. Read More»

It's Not Just A Cleaning: Understand Why Cleaning Visits Are So Important

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There is really no such thing as just cleaning when it comes to visiting the dentist. Dental patients can accomplish a lot more than a professional cleaning when they appear at their regular dental appointment. Find out more by reading below.  Your Dental Hygienist The dental professional in charge of cleaning your teeth is good at their job, naturally. However, they may also save your life. Dental hygienists are trained to be on the lookout for troubling and sometimes dangerous disorders while they are getting a close-up view of your mouth. Read More»

5 Frequently Asked Questions About Root Canals

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Have you discovered that you have a problem with one of your teeth and you now need a root canal? This has likely made you think of a lot of different questions about the procedure.  Why Is A Root Canal Necessary?  A root canal is needed anytime there is damaged or infected pulp within a tooth, and the dentist is able to save the tooth’s structure rather than pull the tooth. Read More»

What You Should Know About Overbites

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Overbites are common, but that doesn’t mean it’s the healthiest bite for your teeth. Overbites can impact your dental health, even if you don’t notice any pain or discomfort. Do you think you have an overbite? Here’s what you should know. What Is an Overbite? An overbite is when the top teeth overlap the bottom teeth, either partially or fully. This can lead to a wide range of dental issues, from difficulty eating and speaking to jaw pain and headaches. Read More»