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Online Dental Education Library

Our team of dental specialists and staff strive to improve the overall health of our patients by focusing on preventing, diagnosing and treating conditions associated with your teeth and gums. Please use our dental library to learn more about dental problems and treatments available. If you have questions or need to schedule an appointment, contact us.
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Stay Ahead of Gum Disease Re-Infection with Periodontal Maintenance
... Since our goal is to reduce the chances of re-infection as much as possible, we'll thoroughly examine your teeth, gums and any implants for signs of disease (we'll also include an oral cancer screening)...

Be Alert to the Unintended Consequences of Cancer Treatment to Oral Health
...Treating throat or oral cancer, for example, could damage your mouth's salivary glands or bone...

Baseball, Tobacco and Oral Cancer
...This puts them at higher risk for oral cancer, cancer of the esophagus, pancreatic cancer and other diseases...

Guide Your Older Children or Teens through These 3 Oral Health Areas
...Unsafe sexual practices could lead to the contraction of the human papilloma virus, which has been linked to oral cancer in young adults...

Root Canals are a Safe Way to Save Teeth
...In fact, the later study instead found that patients who underwent a root canal treatment had a 45 percent reduction in oral cancer risk...

Speaking of Wellness: Enjoying Great Oral Health for a Lifetime
...You can also boost oral health by eating foods rich in minerals like calcium to maintain strong bones and teeth, and antioxidants that guard against oral cancer...

Chewing Tobacco is Just as Addictive and Dangerous as Smoking
... While any form of tobacco is considered a carcinogen, smokeless tobacco in particular has been linked to oral cancer...

Oral Cancer Is Deadly - But You Can Lower Your Risk With a Healthy Lifestyle
An estimated 50,000 Americans are expected to be diagnosed this year with some form of oral cancer...

3 Things You Should Do to Protect Your Teeth Later in Life
...Disease monitoring and screening are more in-depth for older adults who are more prone to tooth decay, gum disease and oral cancer...

Far From a Safer Alternative to Smoking, Vaping Could Ruin Your Oral Health
...And known carcinogens like formaldehyde, also included in many formulations, raise the specter of oral cancer...

If You Thought the Last Century Was Amazing for Dental Care, Just Wait
...This could be a game-changer for treating deadly oral cancer...

Here's Why Smoking Can Be Hazardous to Your Dental Health
...Increased oral cancer risk...

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