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Impress Your Friends With Dental Trivia

September 12, 2019  |   Posted by :   |   Uncategorized   |   0 Comments

MOST PEOPLE OUTSIDE of teeth-related professions probably only think about their teeth when something’s wrong, like when there’s something stuck between them in the middle of a date, they’re sore from a toothache, or they’re stained after drinking coffee or juice. That’s why we thought our patients would appreciate an opportunity to think about teeth in […]

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Tooth restoration – root canals

August 19, 2019  |   Posted by :   |   Uncategorized   |   0 Comments

A root canal is a form of restoration that can be applied to a tooth before extraction measures are taken. This procedure removes the decayed portion of a tooth from the root of the tooth, then fills the empty space with cement in order to make the tooth strong again. If a root canal is […]

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Our Smiles For Life Campaign Helps Children’s Charities

February 27, 2019  |   Posted by :   |   Uncategorized   |   0 Comments

MARCH THRU JUNE our practice is raising donations for children’s charities through the Smiles For Life program. We’re honored and excited to participate in such a worthy cause! 100 percent of the donations we raise go to the Smiles For Life Foundation to benefit children in need, with 50 percent benefiting a local charity of our choice-helping kids in OUR community. […]

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Fluoride fun after Halloween

November 06, 2018  |   Posted by :   |   cavities,enamel,fluoride,kid teeth   |   0 Comments

We LOVED Halloween this year at Falling Creek Dental! We hope that all of our patients had a great day, too. What is one of the biggest factors to a successful Halloween? CANDY. So delicious! When it comes to your teeth, candy is OK in moderation, but it helps to strengthen your teeth after a […]

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Going against the grind – when to ask Dr. G about a mouthguard

The “daily grind” can have a completely different meaning when referring to grinding your teeth while you sleep. The medical term for grinding your teeth in your sleep is, “Bruxism,” and it can manifest itself as a  short term or lifelong habit. But when does it become more than a nuissance? If you experience any […]

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