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Stop Masking Your Bad Breath

Are you afraid to go anywhere without a pocket full of mints or gum? Chronic bad breath can be detrimental to your social life and even make you less approachable at work. While you may think you are handling your bad breath with minty flavors, you are only masking the problem. To get rid of your foul breath odor for good, see your dentist.

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Never Miss Work for Your Dental Appointment

Are you tired of having to use up vacation time or taking your child out of school for dental visits? Thanks to the early morning appointments with our Roswell dentist, you don’t have to anymore.

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Inlay Vs. Onlay: What’s The Difference?

Fortunately, a damaged or decayed tooth can be restored with a variety of treatments. The extent of the damage is typically what guides your dentist in which approach to use. Most patients are aware of dental fillings, used to repair a minor area of decay, and dental crowns, when there is more severe damage to the tooth structure. However, there are restorative options that are categorized between a filling and a crown. If you have a tooth that can’t be successfully restored with a filling, yet it isn’t damaged enough to warrant a crown, your dentist may suggest an inlay or onlay. What are inlays and onlays, and what is the difference between the two?

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Your Oral Health and Your Genes

We inherit countless traits from our parents, from the way we look to the way to talk or act. Therefore, it should come to no surprise that there are traits related to your dental health that are also inherited. Here are a few common dental issues that you MAY be able to blame your parents for:

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Got Sensitive Teeth? Follow These Guidelines

Sensitive teeth may not bother you at all—until you try to enjoy that cup of morning coffee or sample your kid’s scoop of ice cream. If you feel shooting pain in your teeth when consuming something hot or cold, don’t ignore it. Sensitive teeth can be caused by a wide range of dental issues, including those that warrant immediate attention and others that need to be monitored closely.

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Down Syndrome and Dental Health

If you are a caretaker for someone with Down syndrome, you know how difficult everyday tasks like brushing and flossing can be. However, maintaining optimal oral health is essential, as it can impact their overall health and quality of life. While going to the dentist can be a stressful event, it is important that you let a dentist perform routine dental exams. There are certain oral health conditions that Down Syndrome patients are more vulnerable to, including the following:

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