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The 5 Telltale Signs of Gum Disease in Springfield

December 4, 2018

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Close-up of gums.

Did you know that half of the American population is dealing with some form of gum disease? This common dental issue is an inflammation and infection of the gum tissue. In its early stages, it can still be reversed, but if it’s left untreated, it can lead to serious damage and even tooth loss. Thankfully, there are some common signs you can be on the lookout for. Keep reading to discover 5 common symptoms of gum disease.


6 Myths About Gum Disease in Springfield

November 3, 2018

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fake smile with no gum disease springfield

When it comes to the health of your teeth, the old saying “Ignorance is bliss” is only temporarily true – if at all. Gum disease in Springfield is common, and what you don’t know about it can hurt you.

Whether the thought of gum disease terrifies you or you think it’s no big deal, you may be falling for one or more of these common myths.


Periodontal Therapy in Springfield is Crucial if You Have Gum Disease

October 15, 2018

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A mouth with severe gum disease.Did you know that the most common cause of tooth loss in American adults is gum disease? What’s even more surprising is that it’s actually one of the most common diseases in the world and affects 50 percent of adults worldwide, according to The Global Periodontal Health Project. If you have gum disease, it’s incredibly important that you get periodontal therapy in Springfield.

If you don’t get treatment, the consequences have the potential to not only be catastrophic, but permanent as well. For National Dental Hygiene Month, we’ll explore what these consequences are, what periodontal therapy entails and what to expect in aftercare.


How to Recover from Tooth Extraction in Springfield

September 16, 2018

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Tooth next to a medical kitTooth extraction in Springfield is sometimes necessary when the tooth has suffered extensive damage or when the risk of further infection is great. If your dentist does extract your tooth, then there are steps you can take to help ensure your long-term recovery. It’s important to eat and drink with care, avoid tobacco, brush gently and get plenty of rest.


Why a Tooth Extraction in Springfield Might Be the Answer You Need

August 5, 2018

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Man suffering from tooth ache

Tooth extraction in Springfield is an effective and proven treatment option for infected or damaged teeth. The procedure is safe, effective and usually affordable when compared to other options. Plus, it can prevent infections and other serious problems from occurring down the road.


A Root Canal or Tooth Extraction in Springfield – Which One is Best?

July 23, 2018

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image of inner tooth pulpIf you’re suffering from severe damage to a tooth, then your primary concern is getting some relief, so you can return to functioning as normal. This desire will lead some people to seek a tooth extraction in Springfield, but is that always the best option? Your dentist weighs in to discuss how to determine whether your damaged tooth should be pulled or repaired with a root canal.


5 Signs that You Need a Tooth Extraction in Springfield

June 10, 2018

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An extracted tooth help with forceps.According to your dentist, extracting a tooth is always the last resort as a dental treatment. He would much rather restore it to a healthier state or create a dental restoration to protect it from future damage.

However, sometimes a tooth extraction in Springfield is the only option left, particularly for these five situations. When the alternative is putting your oral and overall health at risk, your dentist will always choose to extract if it’s necessary.


Summertime Dental Emergency in Springfield! Start Here!

May 11, 2018

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Tooth next to a medical kitFamily vacations, adventure-filled weekends and lots of playing outside all sound like the same thing: summertime! It’s one of the most active times of year for kids and adults alike. Unfortunately, it’s also one of the most common seasons for dental emergencies! Toothaches, jaw injuries, chipped teeth and even knocked out teeth are all among the most common injuries that can occur. Hopefully, you won’t experience a dental emergency in Springfield, but if you do, it’s helpful to know how to handle it. Keep reading to learn more!


Your Dentist in Springfield Can Help You Overcome Your Dental Fear

April 16, 2018

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A man lying awake at night.Do you lie awake at night thinking about your dental appointment the following morning? Does the thought of walking through your dentist’s office doors and sitting down, waiting to see them make your stomach churn and your heart race? If this sounds like you, then you might have a dental fear or phobia that needs to be addressed.

You don’t have to do it alone. With help from your dentist in Springfield, you can overcome your fear once and for all.


Your Children’s Dentist in Springfield Makes Catching Stress Easier

April 7, 2018

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A smiling child.According to your children’s dentist in Springfield, the link between increased dental disease and stress can occur at all ages, including very young patients. Since children are one of the most vulnerable groups to tooth decay, it’s important to recognize the signs of stress when they’re occurring in our children. This way you can give them attention and reduce their risk of oral disease during a very important stage of their development. Keep reading to learn how managing stress can protect their oral health in the long-term.


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