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The Link between Poor Gum Health and Hormonal Changes

October 4, 2017 — by John Meola
Tags: General Dentistry Restorative Dentistry

Hormonal changes are a fact of life, but did you know they could affect the gums? Discover link between poor gum health and hormonal changes.

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Tips for Dealing with Dental Anxiety

September 5, 2017 — by John Meola
Tags: Sedation Dentistry Restorative Dentistry

The dentists from Dental Associates of New England offer these tips to deal with dental anxiety at your next dental appointment.

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The Stages of Gum Disease: Gingivitis and Periodontitis

August 4, 2017 — by John Meola
Tags: Gum Disease Restorative Dentistry

Learn about the two stages of gum disease, gingivitis and periodontitis, including their symptoms so that you can take action against them.

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Dental Damage and Aggressive Tooth Brushing

July 6, 2017 — by John Meola
Tags: General Dentistry Restorative Dentistry

Did you know that you could actually damage your teeth through aggressive tooth brushing? Learn how to brush your teeth properly.

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How Medication Side Effects Can Lead to Poor Gum Health

June 5, 2017 — by Dental Associates
Tags: Gum Recession Gum Disease

Side effects from medications can lead to dry mouth, resulting in gum disease and recession. There are options for improving periodontal health.

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Understanding the Causes of Poor Gum Health

May 5, 2017 — by John Meola
Tags: Gum Disease Restorative Dentistry

By understanding the causes of poor gum health, you can work to avoid them - and help to keep your gums healthy for a lifetime.

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The Benefits of Using Tongue Scrapers

April 4, 2017 — by Dental Associates
Tags: General Dentistry Oral Hygiene

Tongue scrapers can make a major impact on your overall dental health, improving your breath and making your mouth very clean.

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Treatments for Hyperdontia: Dealing with Extra Teeth

March 8, 2017 — by John Meola
Tags: Hyperdontia Oral Surgery Orthodontics

Hyperdontia is a condition in which a person has more teeth than normal. Let's consider the most common treatments for this dental problem.

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How Chewing Can Cause Tooth Sensitivity

February 4, 2017 — by John Meola
Tags: Tooth Sensitivity General Dentistry Restorative Dentistry

Pressure while biting and chewing can cause tooth sensitivity, which is a common sign of a dental problem. Let's cover the basics.

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Too Hot, Too Cold, Just Right: Temperature and Tooth Sensitivity

January 5, 2017 — by John Meola
Tags: Tooth Sensitivity General Dentistry Teeth Whitening

Hot and cold temperatures can trigger bouts of tooth sensitivity and pain for a variety of reasons. Let's explore these issues in more detail right now.

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