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Causes and Treatment of Periodontal Disease

Periodontal treatment is often necessary when gum disease develops and is left untreated after many months or years. Often, advanced gum disease must be treated by a specially trained dentist known as a periodontist. Gum disease will develop when plaque is allowed to build up along and under the gum line. This can occur when teeth are not properly or regularly…

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Where Can Oral Cancer Appear?

Oral cancer is one of the most deadly forms of cancer. This is partly true because oral cancer is not visible to the patient until it has progressed extensively. If you notice any unusual lesions or sores in your mouth that do not seem to heal over a few days it is important to have your mouth screened for oral…

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Basic Dental Care to Keep Your Mouth Healthy

Basic at home care for your teeth can not only keep your smile healthy and beautiful but can also protect your overall health.  Did you know that regular steps to clean your teeth can also prevent common colds or infections of the ears, sinuses and throat. Brush After Every Meal After each meal you should plan to thoroughly brush your…

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DIY Teeth Straightening – Too Good To Be True?

We understand that many patients are seeking effective and affordable dental care – from many different types of sources. However, it is important to understand that sometimes the most affordable solution is not always the safest or even effective. Orthodontics is an important practice that should only be performed by those dentists with specialized training. Not every dentist is qualified…

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Tips for Handling a Dental Emergency

Dental emergencies can be scary situations – for yourself and especially for your children. While no one ever anticipates when an emergency will occur, there are some simple steps that you can take to prepare yourself for a knocked out tooth or other dental trauma. First you should have an established relationship with a dental office. As a patient, you…

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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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The Benefit of Dental Sealants

You may remember receiving dental sealants as a child. However, it is important to know that dental sealants, while effective in children, are not only for pediatric dental patients. Patients of all ages may benefit from the unique benefits of dental sealants. Dental sealants are a liquid coating that is applied to your clean teeth and then allowed to harden…

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