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Find Out Just How Much Effect Hot Drinks Have on Your Teeth this Fall

September 3, 2019

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a fall tabletop with hot coffee

If you’re saying hello to the Fall season with the popular Pumpkin Spice Latte, you’re probably not the only one. This common caffeinated concoction has taken the world by storm, and while it may taste delicious and “warm the soul,” it might also be wreaking havoc on your teeth. Find out if it’s time to trade in your favorite Fall hot drinks for better, more teeth-friendly options.


Put a Trip to the Dentist on Your Back-to-School Checklist

August 8, 2019

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Summer vacation is coming to an end. Before long, classes will start and your children will be busy with their extracurricular activities. No doubt you’re spending the last few days of the break running errands to make sure your young scholars have everything they need for the coming year. But there’s one important item that you may have left off your checklist: visiting the dentist.


Should I Drink Energy and Sports Drinks this Summer?

July 17, 2019

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Sports beverages in iceDuring the hot summer months full of sports and other activities, you may be craving an energy drink or sports beverage. These are easy to find, delicious, and give you that extra boost that you need for the warmer days. However, did you know that these seemingly harmless drinks can cause irreversible damage to your teeth? Keep reading to learn how sports and energy drinks can affect your teeth from an expert dentist in Scottsdale.


How Your Dentist Does More than Protect Your Oral Health

June 13, 2019

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dental examWhen you visit the dentist, you expect them to coach you on oral hygiene and to look for problems like cavities and gum disease. But did you know that those issues are only the beginning of what your dentist might discover? Dentists are trained to be experts, not just on the teeth and gums, but also on how the state of your mouth can point to other medical issues. Let’s talk about how your biannual cleaning and checkup could make you more aware of what is going on throughout your body.


Did You Know That Gum Disease Can Affect the Health of Your Heart?

May 7, 2019

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Woman showing red gumsDo your gums ever bleed when you brush or floss? You may have the beginning stage of gum disease. Gum disease is an infection or inflammation of your gums that can lead to serious oral health issues. Without receiving treatment, it can eventually lead to tooth and bone loss. Unfortunately, its effects don’t stop with your oral health, but gum disease can actually affect the health of your heart. Keep reading to learn more about gum disease, how it affects you, and what you can do to prevent it.


Always See Your Dentist Twice a Year—It Could Save Your Life!

April 13, 2019

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Woman smiling Routine dental checkups and cleanings are important for many reasons. You may think about preventing and detecting issues like cavities or tooth decay, but did you know that these appointments can be potentially lifesaving? Besides examining your teeth, your dentist in Scottsdale also provides in-depth oral cancer screenings. This couple-minute part of your regular checkup catches oral cancer early, giving you your best chance at a full recovery.


5 Tips for Handling a Dental Emergency with Your Dentist

March 12, 2019

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tooth dental emergency

It often happens suddenly. In a moment, life can go from smooth sailing to an urgent dental emergency. Whether it’s you or a loved one, you can feel overwhelmed and scared. In such stressful situations, it can be hard to know what to do and how to respond to get the best results. Well, here are five tips from your dentist for handling a dental emergency to increase your odds of treatment success. (more…)

Your Dentist Says These Foods Help Keep Your Gums Healthy

February 10, 2019

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Close-up of healthy smileDid you know that February is National Gum Disease Awareness Month? Gum disease is an infection of your gums and supportive tissue that can lead to serious oral and overall health issues. With about 50% of the US population affected by gum disease, this is an incredibly common problem that is rarely discussed. In an effort to bring awareness to this disease, your dentist has some recommendations for foods that can help keep your gums healthy.


How a Dentist Visit Saves You Money and More in the New Year!

January 6, 2019

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A woman at her dental appointment.There are many resolutions people make come the new year. Losing weight, eating better, spending less money and spending more time with family are just a few notable choices. But did you know that committing to routine dental visits can also make a big difference? In fact, regular visits have the potential to do favors for your other resolutions as well.

If one of your resolutions is to save money or stay healthy, there’s no reason why preventive checkups and cleanings can’t be a part of them!



What an Emergency Dentist Recommends You Should Do While Traveling

December 6, 2018

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A woman covering her mouth.It doesn’t matter if you’re traveling 50 miles or 500 miles, being any distance away from a dental office can be risky if you fear for your dental health. If a dental emergency happens, you might find it easy to panic because you’re in a foreign place and you don’t know where to turn. That’s why it’s important to stay prepared in events like these, whether they be broken or knocked-out teeth, toothaches or damaged restorations.

According to an emergency dentist, here’s what you should do next in the following situations.


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