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Most Recent eNewsletter:

March 2020
• How Teeth Change As We Age
• Things That Are Eating Away at the Enamel of Your Teeth
• Do You Have Weak Tooth Enamel?

Past Newsletters:

February 2020
• Minor Dental Cracks Are Often More Dangerous Than They Appear
• Can Sipping Water After Coffee Reduce Dental Staining?
• What Do We Look for During an Exam?

January 2020
• Benefits of Switching Your Toothpaste Now and Again
• Do You Have to Brush a Crown Differently?
• How Soft Food Diets Can Harm Your Jaw

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What Do We Look for During an Exam?
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When we do a dental exam, we are doing more than simply looking at your teeth. While looking at your teeth is important, we also want to look at the rest of your mouth. We will look for signs of decay of the teeth and ill health of the gums. If the gums have pulled away from the teeth, we want to figure out why so it can be fixed. We also want to look at all of the surfaces of the inside of your mouth. It is important to find signs of oral cancer as early as possible. If we find it early, the chances of curing it are very good in most instances. To find out more, contact us for your next exam!

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