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Teeth are typically most sensitive to cold foods and liquids. This is the reason you rarely see individuals bite into ice cream or a snow cone. Others who may have hypersensitive teeth can get irritated by a cool glass of milk. Similarly, one can have sensitivity to hot or warm foods, and drinks as well.

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Whether you have recently moved, or just need to find a new dentist, you want to make sure you find one you can trust. Your dentist is doing more than just cleaning your teeth. They are monitoring you for health issues, recommending procedures, and possibly preforming dental surgeries. It’s best to find a dentist who has your best interests in mind, and aligns with your views. We will give you some tips and trick to choose the best dentist for you and your family.

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We are all aware of the teeth harming things your dentist warns you about, like sugary drinks, candy, wine, and coffee, etc. But, what about the things they tend not to warm you about unless they are scolding you after the damage is done? Here are 5 surprisingly harmful things that could ruin your pearly whites.

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We all know that teeth are important. They assist in one of our most basic needs, eating. We often take for granted the value of our teeth – they do more than we think they do.

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The American Dental Association, and dentists alike, recommend flossing your teeth daily for optimal oral health. Whether we floss as much as we tell the dentist we do or not, flossing myths get thrown around about its importance and its necessity. Today we are going to prove those myths false.

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Some people dislike going to their bi-yearly dentist appointments in the 21st century. Imagine what it was like before current dentistry practices and modern technology! Let’s see how modern dentistry came to be:

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With the increase in popularity of vaping and smoking over the past 5 years comes research on the affect it takes on your health. Research findings include things like teeth discoloration, and in some cases, loss of teeth but fails to highlight the long term affects on your overall oral health.

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A form of chewing gum has been around since the 1850’s. Back then, it was made of tree sap and now it is made up of a blend of synthetic materials. Though there are many brands, flavors, shapes, and ingredients, many are proven to protect your teeth, but how?

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Unique to each person is our smile, tooth color and shape, and mouth size. The types of teeth we have, and why we have them is common to all of us.

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With Halloween fast approaching, so is an abundance of sweets. Dentists around the world cringe towards the end of October.

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