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Stop Your Bleeding Gums for Good

It is very common for dental patients to experience bleeding gums. This is especially true for dental patients who are not diligent in obtaining their check ups or with at home dental care. While bleeding or swollen gums may seem just a minor inconvenience, it is most often an indicator of a deeper underlying dental condition. Normally, bleeding gums is…

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Emergency Dental Services for Quick Relief

If you’re in sudden pain or have experienced a dental trauma don’t wait around trying to find a dentist to squeeze you in. Come to College Park Dental for quick and effective elimination of your pain and treatment of your underlying condition. Emergency dental services can range from the elimination of infection and pain to the restoration or even extraction…

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The Benefits of Fluoride and Where to Find It

Fluoride is an important mineral for maintaining healthy tooth enamel. Long- standing research has made fluoride a go-to mineral for the dental community to recommend to its patients of all levels of health and backgrounds. Across the United States public water supplies are supplemented with fluoride in order to maintain public health and improve oral health. However, as our society…

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Starting Good Habits in Young Dental Patients

At College Park Dental it is not unusual for us to see patients with extensive tooth decay and damage at a young age because they were never started on the path of proper at-home dental care from a young age. Additionally, young patients who have never experienced the dental office can develop into adults who are anxious or fearful about…

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Avoid These Foods for Healthy Teeth

When it comes to the health of our teeth, we should all be very vigilant. Our teeth are the only set we’ll ever get, and replacement teeth – whether dentures or implants – just never feel or perform the same. It can be difficult, however, to always avoid some of our favorite foods to protect our teeth, but in doing…

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Gum Disease and Women’s Health: What’s the Connection?

One of the fascinating things about being a woman is the menstrual cycle. While hot flashes, mood swings, and other symptoms of PMS are already closely link to hormonal fluctuations that exclusively happen in women, the results of a recentcomprehensive review of women’s health studies has found a solid link proving that gum disease may be joining the ranks of mood…

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These 3 Reasons Will Make You Rethink Braces and Choose Invisalign

There’s no denying the fact that traditional braces yield high-quality results —  that is straighten teeth to perfection! However, here at our College Park dental practice, majority of our clients would like to know if there are tooth straightening options that are not as painful and uncomfortable than the usual clunky metal braces. Fortunately, there’s Invisalign! The Invisible Braces They’re not…

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4 Essential Things You Can Do Today to Significantly Improve Your Oral Health

If you think you’re safe from the perils of tooth decay, gum disease, or oral cancer because you brush and floss regularly, you might want to sit down for a while and reconsider your habits. Here at our Maryland dental practice, we often received comments from first-time visitors about how baffled they are about having oral health problems (gum disease, tooth…

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Got Sensitive Teeth? Your Brushing Habits May Be To Blame!

While common sense may tell you that brushing vigorously may help make your teeth whiter, tooth abrasion brought about by over brushing is actually one of the leading causes of tooth sensitivity. By and large, vigorous brushing and scrubbing can actually wear down the enamel (the outermost part of your teeth), damage the gums,  and push back the gum line.…

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Your Mouth Holds Clues to Your Overall Health

You may not have thought of it but dentists are disease-detectives, too! Here at our College Park dental practice, we do more than just root canals, place dental implants, and help you whiten your teeth. You may not know it but we also look for clues that could tell us about your overall health. After all, it has been estimated…

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