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Our Dental Office Will Be Back Open For Business on Monday, Sept 18th

Our Dental Office Survived Hurricane Irma! We will be back open for dental services on Monday, Sept 18th. We will be able to see dental emergencies, second opinions and consults. Please call and leave ...
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Different Types of Gum Disease

Gum disease is a serious oral health issue that can cause major problems in your mouth and throughout the rest of your body. Without treatment, periodontal disease can create deep pockets in your ...
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Spotting the Signs of Gingivitis

Each time you see your dentist for a dental cleaning, you are protecting your gums from the dangers of periodontal disease. Though this condition can cause tooth loss, a consistent oral hygiene ...
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Why You Need a Periodontal Screening

Your periodontal health plays a pivotal role in your overall health. Poor gum health can increase your risk for diabetes, heart disease, and stroke. Periodontal disease can cause irreversible damage ...
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The Reasons Why Gums Recede

Gum recession is not only a cosmetic concern—it can put the health of your teeth at risk as well. If you notice gum recession, contact your dentist promptly for periodontal treatment in Naples. ...
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Why Are Brushing and Flossing Important?

Brushing and flossing should be part of your everyday oral care routine. Studies have shown that combining brushing and flossing is more effective than either brushing or flossing alone. Together, ...
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Your Guide to Better Dental Health

Everyone wants to have a beautiful smile full of healthy, white teeth, which is why it's so important to practice good oral hygiene. In addition to brushing your teeth twice every day and flossing ...
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The Stages of Gum Disease

Gum disease affects nearly 50% of American adults and is one of the leading causes of tooth loss. This progressive disease begins as a mild inflammation, but can cause permanent damage to tissues and ...
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