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Pack a Healthy Lunch for your Child’s Teeth

There are a number of foods that can help keep your children’s teeth clean and healthy. Most of these foods are convenient enough to pack them in your kids’ lunch. When these foods’ are added regularly to your child’s diet, you can be confident that your child is eating food that will protect their smile. We here at North Point…

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Office Oral Health Care

If you work in an office, you are probably making your teeth fight a hard battle to stay healthy. Between the sugary snacks co-workers bring in for everyone and the very necessary coffee breaks, there is a lot that can harm your teeth. North Point Periodontics has made a list of a few ways to help you avoid some dental pitfalls.…

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Why Saliva is Important

When it comes to oral health, most Americans think about keeping their teeth and gums healthy. But there is an important player in the game of oral health that is often overlooked — saliva. Without saliva, food wouldn’t taste as good, tooth decay would increase and digestion could be more difficult. Michael Brennan, DDS, MHS, director of the Sjögren’s Syndrome…

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Why Parents Shouldn’t Dismiss Tooth Sensitivity in Children

Children’s smiling faces will bring joy to most parents. A toothache, however, can quickly turn a child’s smile into a frown. If your little one reports tooth sensitivity or pain, it may be time to visit a dentist. But if your child has no pain or sensitivity, you’ll still want to use the best preventive techniques. Most toothaches are caused…

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White Coating on the Tongue

Did you notice any white coating on your tongue? The white coating found on the tongue are actually formed by countless of unusual microbes known as biofilm. There are usually many accumulated bacteria found on the tongue which will cause bad breath. Proper oral care and tongue brushing can help to minimize the problem. You can either use a tongue…

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An Introduction of Root Canal

A Root Canal is a method in dentistry also known as “paying off the nerve”. In the Root Canal process the vascular nerve blocks inside the tooth causing enormous pain is extracted to avoid further suffering of a patient. With specialized equipment, teeth and gum area are cleaned achieving infection-free operation. Each patient’s tooth has a lot of blood vessels…

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Sparkling Teeth and Strong Gums!

All of us secretly wish for the “perfect” smile with beautiful, white teeth and ideal, clean gums. However, we’re not all blessed with the same set of teeth. Some of us are lucky, but without proper maintenance, even the lucky ones could lose their perfect smile. Our teeth could easily lose their luster, and it could lead to costly and…

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How Much Can Braces Cost?

Braces are used to improve orofacial appearance. They straighten crooked/crowded teeth, fix overbites and under bites, and other orthodontic problems. Other problems may include speech difficulty and jaw disorders. These can be painful for the person by causing headaches, earaches, gum disease, and tooth decay. However, braces can be expensive and the cost is determined by the type of braces…

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Help Your Children Reduce the Risk of Tooth Decay

Did you know that tooth decay is the most common chronic disease among children in the United States? The good news is it can be prevented. This year, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) wants to remind parents to “think teeth.” Parents can help children combat cavities and tooth decay by practicing good daily oral hygiene —…

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Dentists reveal new tooth decay treatment

Scientists in London have developed a pain free filling that allows teeth to repair themselves without drilling or injections. This new procedure won’t be common for a few years however, it is an idea to look forward to! King’s College London is responsible for the new tooth-rebuilding technique that does away with fillings and encourages your teeth to repair themselves.…

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