Meet Lauren!

Adams and Cheek Dentistry is fortunate to have an amazing staff who works together to make this practice all that it is. We want to take some time to highlight each of our wonderful team members and let our patients know a little more about them than they may already know! This month, we shine…

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Tooth Decay Signs and Symptoms

Are you concerned you have a cavity? Are you having symptoms or noticing changes in your teeth but unsure of the cause? Let’s look at some common signs and symptoms of tooth decay. Sensitivity to hot/cold/sweets Tooth sensitivity is often a sign of tooth decay. This sensitivity can include sensitivity to hot, cold, or even…

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Cosmetic Dentistry Treatments

Are you confident in your smile?  Have you ever wished you could straighten, whiten, or altogether change the appearance of your teeth? Adams and Cheek Dentistry can help! A smile is the first thing people notice about you and is an international sign for happiness.  We believe everyone deserves a smile they are proud of.…

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Meet Our Assistant, T-Jay!

Adams and Cheek Dentistry is fortunate to have an amazing staff who works together to make this practice all that it is. We want to take some time to highlight each of our wonderful team members and let our patients know a little more about them than they may already know! This month, we shine…

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Back To School and Oral Health

It’s that time of year again! Kids are going back to school and families are trying to get used to new routines. Unfortunately, it’s easy to let our oral health take a back seat when things get busy and schedules change. Let’s take a look at some potential oral hygiene problems that can arise with…

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Meet Our Hygienist, Devee!

Adams and Cheek Dentistry is fortunate to have an amazing staff who work together to make this practice all that it is. We want to take some time to highlight each of our wonderful team members and let our patients know a little more about them than they may already know! This month, we shine…

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Oral Benefits of Water

Our bodies are 60% water. It is essential in maintaining everyday bodily functions. Aside from aiding physical performance, brain function, digestion, and weight loss, water is necessary to maintain good oral health. Let’s look at some of the many ways water can make your mouth happy! Strengthens Teeth Most city water contains fluoride. Fluoride is…

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