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Everything You Need to Know About Oral Cancers

Oral cancer is cancer of the oral cavity and the throat. What is the oral cavity? The oral cavity is the area of the mouth, including inside and around it. Included in it are the: Teeth, lips and gumsFront two-thirds of the tongueInner lining of the cheeks and lips (aka the buccal mucosa)Floor of the mouth (area beneath the tongue)Roof…

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Time to Celebrate National Dental Hygiene Month

It’s October, and you know what that means! It’s time to enjoy some cool weather and free candy during Halloween. Along with that, it’s time to celebrate National Dental Hygiene Month. The main purpose of this national event is to raise awareness about the importance of good dental hygiene. The fact remains that many adults and children don’t take care…

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Gum Care Awareness Month

 Live Long and Prosper With Healthy Gums September is Gum Care Awareness Month, but when you take proper care of your gums all year long, you can have a longer, healthier, and more prosperous life for good. Most people take gum health for granted, but it’s inextricably linked to your good physical health as well as your self-confidence and self-esteem.…

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Emergency Dentist in College Park

Emergencies are extremely stressful, especially dental emergencies. If you don’t know whom to call when you’re in considerable pain, that only makes matters worse. Whom do you call when you have a cracked or broken tooth, an abscessed tooth, or you’re in excruciating pain? If you need an emergency dentist, call our office during regular business hours, and we can…

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Basic Dental Care in College Park

Practicing proper basic dental care at home is essential to keeping your teeth and gums healthy. Also, you need to have a dental exam every six months. At College Park Dental, we show our patients the best way to take care of their teeth at home, as prevention is always better than treating cavities and gum disease. We can be your partner…

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When Do You Need an Oral Surgeon?

An oral surgeon is a specially trained dentist who has completed four years of dental school plus an additional four years of hospital surgical residency. Oral surgeons are skilled in performing advanced dental procedures like dental implant placements and extraction of impacted wisdom teeth. They also treat facial injuries, broken jaws, knocked-out teeth, temporomandibular joint (TMJ) problems, and cosmetic and…

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The Facts About Root Canal Treatment

There are a number of misconceptions out there when it comes to root canals. It’s unfortunate because root canals are actually one of the most common types of dental procedures that people undergo. Let’s dive deeper into root canal treatment so that you have a better understanding of this common and misconstrued treatment. Why Do People Get Root Canals? Generally,…

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What to Expect With a Tooth Extraction

Most people don’t look forward to visiting their dentists. In fact, a lot of people have a deep-rooted fear of visiting the dentist, which stems from the uncertainty of what they might hear. Paired with the noisy tools and sharp objects that dentists use, it’s no wonder why people have an uneasiness around dental care professionals. However, much of that…

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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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