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Gum Disease

5 Ways to Preserve Periodontal Health

It is important to identify the leading signs of gum disease and do whatever is necessary to prevent the disease from taking hold in your mouth.

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Dental Cleanings Vs. SRP Vs. Periodontal Maintenance

Do you know the difference between routine cleanings, scaling and root planing, and periodontal maintenance? Find out here.

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Detect the Early Signs of Gum Disease

Do you know the early signs of gum disease? Find out in this blog.

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Can You Name the Stages of Gum Disease?

Can you name all the stages of gum disease? Learn more in this blog.

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LANAP®: What to Expect Before, During, and After Surgery

Do you wonder what is all involved with the LANAP procedure and recovery? Read more in this blog!

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Your Gum Disease FAQs … Answered!

Do you have questions about gum disease? Get them answered here!

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FAQs About Scaling and Root Planing

Do you know what scaling and root planing is? Have all your FAQs answered in this blog!

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Healthy Aging Month: How Aging Affects Your Oral Health

What are you doing to keep your smile healthy? Learn how you can keep your teeth happy and healthy as you age, here!

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Four Foods that Promote Healthier Gums

There are a number of things you can do to keep your gums looking great. Did you know choosing these foods is one of them?

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The Connection between Stroke and Gingivitis

Discover the connection between gum disease and stroke in our latest blog - and what you can do to lower your risk.

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