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Most Recent eNewsletter:

December 2019
• Tips to Make Brushing More Effective
• Is Tea As Good for the Mouth As People Think?
• Ways of Decreasing the Regularity of Bruxism


Past Newsletters:

November 2019
• Is Self-Medicating Dental Pain a Problem?
• The Danger of Finding Excuses Instead of Flossing
• Calming Sensitive Teeth Starts with a Visit to Our Office


October 2019
• Ways of Making Oral Hygiene Easier As We Age
• Ways of Avoiding Dental Stains
• Are There Different Types of Tooth Sensitivity?


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December 2018

Calming Sensitive Teeth Starts with a Visit to Our Office
When you have sensitive teeth, they can be a constant bother or they can be something that bugs you only now and again. No matter which type of sensitive tooth issue you have, one thing that can help manage the discomfort is coming in to see us. We can help protect your teeth, fix any dental issues that could be leading to the sensitivity, and even put sealants on your teeth, which could dull your pain. Come in and see us if your teeth are sensitive to hot, cold, sweets, or even bitter flavors. We can help!



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