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Understanding Sensitive Teeth

Have you ever felt a sharp twinge of pain while eating something hot or cold? What about sweet or sour? If so, you may have sensitive gums or teeth. Believe it or not, sensitive teeth problems are very common. In fact, many Americans go about their daily lives with tooth sensitivity. The good news is that you don’t have to.…

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Cavity Prevention Advice for Everyone

Busy schedules can make it difficult for you to make time for regular dental hygiene like brushing and flossing. These tasks, however, are absolutely essential to help you keep your teeth healthy and to prevent cavities. Taking the time to brush your teeth at least twice each day and flossing daily will help you to prevent tooth decay and cavities…

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Reasons and Remedies for Tooth Discoloration

Dark and discolored teeth can negatively impact your sense of confidence. Find out what you can do to make your smile whiter and improve your self-esteem. What Leads to Cases of Discolored Teeth? There are many different causes of stained and discolored teeth. Some of these causes are completely within your control, while others happen due to natural causes. The…

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Why Flossing Is A Must, Not A Maybe

Although brushing and flossing are probably at the bottom of your list of exciting things to do, they’re essential to the health of your teeth and gums as well as your overall health. For years, we were told to brush twice daily for good dental health, but that’s not enough. You also need to floss when you brush. At a…

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Causes of Bleeding Gums and Gum Disease

Most of us are aware of the importance of brushing and flossing and maintaining our pearly whites in the best condition possible. However, most people don’t realize just how serious gum disease – also called gingivitis – can be and how damaging it can be to our physical health as well as our oral health. The best way to prevent…

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Brush Up on the Benefits of Brushing

As an adult, you’ve been brushing your teeth for years. You may believe you’re doing it right, but it’s easy to fall into bad habits. You’re rushed in the morning and may cut corners sometimes; we all do it. You just want to get rid of your morning breath before going to work. Your future dental health is probably the…

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Invisalign: Frequently Asked Questions

A beautiful smile can enhance your appearance immeasurably. But what if your smile isn’t so great? If you have crooked teeth or other issues that make you hesitant to smile, then the Invisalign aligner trays can gently and discreetly reshape your smile into the perfect alignment. Since the trays are clear, no one will know that you’re wearing braces. Many…

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The Ten Most Common Signs of Sleep Apnea

More than 22 million Americans are afflicted with sleep apnea, which is a disorder that interrupts breathing when the individual is asleep. When left untreated, sleep apnea can cause several physical problems. However, if you know the signs and symptoms of the disorder, you’ll be able to seek treatment. What Are the Types of Sleep Apnea? There are several types…

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Are Cracked Teeth on the Rise?

An article published in The New York Times in recent months indicates that dentists are seeing many more patients with symptoms most commonly associated with bruxism. Some of these symptoms include headaches, migraines and damage to teeth that requires the help of a professional dental team to address effectively. At College Park Dental, we offer practical solutions to help you and your…

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Dental Care Basics

According to the Mayo Clinic, the overall condition of your oral health plays a vital role in your overall health. This means that keeping up excellent oral hygiene routines at home and seeing your dentist on a regular basis are key elements when it comes keeping your mouth healthy. Maintaining excellent oral health also assists in reducing your chances of…

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