Tooth Trauma and Dental Emergencies

Dental emergencies that are the result of accidents such as when a tooth gets knocked out or pushed up into the gums require immediate attention. There are other dental problems like swollen gums or cracked teeth that may not seem…
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Window to Overall Health

Dentists are not just checking for cavities when they inspect your mouth. Gums are a major indicator of the condition of your body’s overall health. Redness and puffiness in the gums or changes to the tongue or the palate can…
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The Top 5 Best Oral Health Habits

Brushing and Flossing – These two, one and two, go hand in hand. If you’re only doing one and not the other, you’re not completely cleaning your mouth. Using a Fluoride Rinse – I am a huge fan of a…
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Best Habits for Oral Health

Developing good oral health habits is critical to protecting your teeth and gums in the long term. Some of the best oral health habits include brushing multiple times a day, flossing, rinsing with flouride, visiting the dentist twice a year,…
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Pregnant Women Should See the Dentist

The most important reason women should see a dentist while pregnant is to maintain the health of the gums. When women are pregnant, the mouth gets put at the bottom end of the supply chain. All the calcium and protein…
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Oral Health During Pregnancy

It is very important for women to visit the dentist during pregnancy for an oral exam to check for gum disease and evaluate any risks for infections that could cause problems for the pregnancy. Is it safe to get regular…
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Pain Free Dental Visits

It is important that the patient knows that we are here for them. They are not here for us, we are here for them. Patients have control over their dental procedures and they will not feel like they are a…
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Pain Free Dental Visits

Dr. Darren McKeever understands that patients may be nervous and somewhat fearful of dental procedures so he gets to know his patients and builds trust to ensure their comfort while in the dental chair. Local anesthetic, topical anesthetic, IV sedation…
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Ways to Help Stop Grinding Your Teeth

The most common treatment to help people from the negative effects of grinding their teeth is either a bite guard or a bite splint. These are removable appliances that people would wear in their sleep that keep their teeth from…
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