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April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month
added on: April 27, 2017
oral cancer awareness

Nobody likes talking about any type of cancer. It’s a scary epidemic that continues to take the lives of thousands each and every year. Oral cancer, specifically, is a fairly common type of cancer in the United States with over 45,000 cases diagnosed every year. Of those diagnosed, about 9,700… Read More…


“Why Don’t I Get Numb at The Dentist?”
added on: April 19, 2017
asking why

Sometimes we get asked why certain patients have more difficulty getting numb before a dental procedure than other people. At our dental office in Eastanollee, we wish we could provide one, solid answer as to why this happens. But the truth is, the reason can vary from person to person,… Read More…


Common Dental Emergencies & What to Do About Them
added on: March 22, 2017
dental emergency

Nobody ever wants to experience an emergency of any kind, and dental emergencies can be particularly concerning and confusing. What’s the right thing to do? What shouldn’t you do? Don’t worry, our dental office in Eastanollee is here to help. Different Emergencies Require Different Care Not all dental emergencies should… Read More…


How to Become a Dentist
added on: March 10, 2017
become a dentist

At our Eastanollee dental office, we love what we do and we find our jobs rewarding. We get to help our patients’ mouths stay healthy, which can directly affect their overall well being, and we even get to see some dramatic smile transformations and change lives. We’d go as far… Read More…


Top 7 Ways to Show Your Smile Some Love
added on: February 24, 2017
love smile

At our dental office in Eastanollee, we love helping our patients get a smile they’re proud of. But visits to our office twice a year are only part of what you can do to make sure you’re showing your smile the love it needs to stay healthy. If you want… Read More…


The Oral Health and Heart Health Connection
added on: February 16, 2017
heart health

Our Eastanollee dental office’s philosophy of patient care revolves around keeping our patients healthy, and not just in their mouths. Many whole-body concerns are associated with oral health problems, including heart disease. This February, in celebration of Heart Health Month, we’d like to educate our patients on the oral health… Read More…

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“What’s Making My Breath Smell?”
added on: January 24, 2017
bad breath

At our dental office in Eastanollee, we’re here to help all of our patients reach their smile and oral health goals, no matter what they are. One of the more common concerns we hear is how to combat bad breath. We’re more than happy to help get breath kissably fresh,… Read More…

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Top 3 Explanations to Nighttime Tongue Biting
added on: January 16, 2017
biting tongue

Many people bite their tongue while talking, chewing, or sneezing. It’s an incredibly common occurrence, although very painful. But did you know that people can bite their tongue in their sleep and not even know it until the next day? At our Eastanollee dental office, we want our patients to… Read More…

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“Why is My Mouth So Dry?”
added on: December 22, 2016
dry mouth

We’ve all experienced it at one time or another. The dry, cracked lips, the bad breath, the sticky tongue, and every other uncomfortable sensation we get when our mouths are dry. Sometimes, it’s short-lived and goes away quickly. No big deal. However, it’s those times when dry mouth is chronic… Read More…

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Fact or Fiction: Oil Pulling is Good For Oral Health
added on: December 16, 2016
oil

You may have heard of this alternative form of oral health care called oil pulling. Within the past couple of years, it’s become an increasingly popular way to boost oral health and the appearance of teeth. But does it actually do all the things it claims it can? Our dental… Read More…

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5 Reasons Your Dentist is So Happy to See You!
added on: November 23, 2016
happy

When we come to the office each day, it’s always with one goal in mind: to help patients and their smiles feel and look great. It’s important to take the time to make sure patients never feel uncomfortable or rushed, and we go out of our way to make sure… Read More…

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4 Foods For Denture-Wearers to Avoid
added on: November 11, 2016
dentures

Patients living with dentures are faced with a new set of menu challenges. Unfortunately, some foods just are no longer compatible. While having dentures is a great way to restore a natural, healthy look, they aren’t able provide the same stable durability and function of regular teeth. At our dental… Read More…


Is Your Toothbrush Scary?
added on: October 21, 2016
toothbrush

We’ve all seen one before. The frayed, worn-out toothbrush with bristles stretching and poking out every which way. Our dental office in Eastanollee knows that sometimes we forget, and we use our toothbrushes until they reach the point of no return. But did you know that this can be bad… Read More…


4 Little-Known Facts About Straws
added on: October 10, 2016
straw

Our dental office in Eastanollee wants to share a little known secret with you, and it’s something so easy, so common, and even may seem a bit silly, but can do wonders to help keep your smile healthy. It’s a straw. And when you choose to use a straw instead… Read More…


Common Dental Problems for People Over 50
added on: September 22, 2016
over 50

There’s a common misconception that as we age, it’s inevitable that we’ll also lose our teeth. At our Eastanollee dental office, we’d like to squash that belief and give our older patients some good news. Research from the American Dental Association (ADA) concludes that Americans are keeping their teeth longer… Read More…

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Gluten Sensitivity & Oral Health
added on: September 9, 2016
gluten

Many people choose to eat a gluten-free diet, but there are some individuals who don’t have a choice. Those with celiac disease or a gluten sensitivity become seriously ill when gluten is consumed, so they avoid it as much as possible. Predominantly, celiac disease affects the gastrointestinal tract, but at… Read More…


What to do About a Toothache
added on: August 12, 2016
toothache

There’s nothing quite like the discomfort of a toothache. While the pain could be because of something small like a cavity, it could also be something serious like gum disease or infection. Whatever the reason may be, it’s important to call our dental office in Eastanollee as soon as possible… Read More…


The Effect of E-Cigarettes on Oral Health
added on: August 5, 2016
ecig

There’s a fairly new alternative to traditional smoking without the side effects of stinky clothes and bad breath. E-cigarettes, also known as vaping, has gained in popularity since first appearing the U.S. in 2007. Some use e-cigarettes as a method to help quit smoking. Others just pick up the habit… Read More…


How Can You Tell if You Need a Root Canal?
added on: July 21, 2016
root canal

Your tooth hurts. A lot. But what does it mean? Whenever there is tooth pain, it’s your body’s way of telling you something isn’t right. Tooth pain could be a sign of any number of things including decay or a chip or break. But sometimes, tooth pain could be a… Read More…


So Many Toothpaste Options! Find Out Which is Right for You
added on: July 8, 2016
toothpastes

You go to the supermarket in search of a toothpaste that not only freshens your breath, but also protects your teeth. In the healthcare aisle, you’re assaulted by boxes and boxes of multicolored toothpastes in a variety of flavors. How do you know which one to choose? Our dental office… Read More…


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