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  • Chewing Gum: Good or Bad for Your Teeth?

    Chewing Gum: Good or Bad for ...

    Many people may not know, but the average American consumes about 2 pounds of gum each year. There are many reasons someone might chew a piece of gum, whether habitual, to stay awake during a boring college lecture, or to freshen their breath throughout the day. Whatever the case may be, i...

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  • What’s the Difference Between Gingivitis & Periodontitis?

    What’s the Difference Betw ...

    Have you noticed that your gums appear to be receding? Suffer from chronic bad breath? You may be suffering from a common dental condition known as “periodontal disease”! In the early stages, periodontal disease is known as gingivitis. However, as it progresses it is known as periodont...

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  • Town Square Dental: Fluoride Treatment

    Town Square Dental: Fluoride ...

    There are many different ways to improve the health and appearance of your smile. Our Town Square Dental office provides fluoride treatments that help to protect smiles. Continue reading to learn more about this treatment and see how it can improve your oral health. What is a fluoride trea...

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  • Dental Digital X-Rays Vs. Film Radiation

    Dental Digital X-Rays Vs. Fi ...

    For many of our patients, the difference between digital X-rays and film x-rays may not even be noticeable. Overtime Dentistry has come a long way in making great advancements in dental care. One of the most significant advances in dental care is the use of digital x-ray imaging machines. ...

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  • Can Sleep Apnea Affect Children?

    Can Sleep Apnea Affect Child ...

    Unfortunately, sleep apnea in children is more common than many might think. It can greatly impact a child’s school life and daily activities. Similar to sleep apnea in adults, there are treatments for children. How does sleep apnea and obstructive sleep apnea manifest itself in children...

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  • Symptoms of Sleep Apnea in Women

    Symptoms of Sleep Apnea in W ...

    Is Sleep Apnea a “Man’s Disease”? Many may think that sleep apnea only affects men, but thanks to extensive research we now know that that is not the case. We now know that for every two or three men, one woman is also affected by sleep apnea. It is important that we understand this ...

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