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What You Need to Know About Oral Piercings

At College Park Dental we understand that many of our dental patients choose to have oral piercings, normally of the lip or tongue.  While, as dental professionals, we do not recommend that our patients pierce these parts of the body – if you choose to maintain oral piercings it is important to understand the risks and to also learn to…

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All About The Preventive Program

Most of our dental patients know that they must take special care of their teeth and gums at home in order to enjoy a lifetime of healthy smiles.  However, it can sometimes be tough to know how to care for your smile beyond just simple brushing and flossing. If you have been struggling with tooth decay or the early signs…

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Nutrition for Your Smile

Just like your body and overall health, good nutrition and a well-balanced diet is one of the best ways to protect your oral health. By consuming the right amount of vitamins and minerals, your teeth and gums stay strong – as does your immune system, preventing the onset of infections, gum disease and even tooth decay. In addition to making…

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Emergency Dental Care

Dental emergencies are common for both children and adult dental patients – and of course are not anticipated until they occur. If you or your child is lost a tooth during sports, physical activity or is suddenly in excruciating dental pain for an unknown reason it is important to seek care immediately. Dental emergencies can affect the teeth, gums, lips,…

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Options for Financing Your Dental Care

The professional providers and staff at College Park Dental understand that you have many choices when it comes to deciding who will provide dental care for you and your family. We are proud to offer an array of dental services including general or preventative dentistry, restorative services, and even cosmetic dentistry to meet all of your family’s needs. While we…

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Tips for Preventing Tooth Decay

Tooth discomfort and pain is one of the most common reasons, aside from preventative check ups, that patients visit College Park Dental. Dental pain or discomfort is most commonly caused by unaddressed tooth decay, which can lead to time away from school or work and costly restoration bills. The good news is that tooth decay, while costly, can be very…

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The Many Kinds of Dental Floss

We all know that there are countless kinds of toothbrushes, pastes and mouthwashes available on the market today. However, did you realize that you also have many options when it comes to dental floss? Regular waxed floss is very common. It is thin, waxed, usually flavored and is used by dentists as well as patients at home. If you have…

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The Importance of Oral Cancer Screening

Oral cancer is one of the more common forms of cancer, and can also be one of the most life-threatening. About half of the patients who are diagnosed with oral cancer will die because of the disease – unless it is caught early. The good news is that if oral cancer cells are caught early in their development, the survival…

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Catch Tooth Decay and Disease Early with Dental X-Rays

One of the most important and effective screening tools your dentist uses to identify potential dental conditions is the dental x-ray. During your annual visit to College Park Dental your dentist will encourage you to receive both bitewing and a panoramic dental x-ray. These x-rays occur early in your visit from the convenience of your cleaning suite. This allows the…

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How Important Is Flossing?

In one word…very! Flossing not only cleans areas of the teeth where ordinary toothbrushes can’t reach, it is a key factor in preventing gum disease. Brushing is an excellent beginning, but flossing is a crucial factor when it comes to keeping healthy teeth. The bacterium that gets caught in the nooks and crannies between teeth and in the tight spaces…

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