A Guide to Tooth Whitening

Do you feel like your teeth could be whiter? Have you considered exploring your options but unsure if it is safe or right for you? Professional tooth whitening is a safe way to whiten the overall appearance of teeth. Professionally made custom trays help achieve optimal results. How Tooth Whitening Works Tooth whitening is a chemical…

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Is Flossing Important?

It’s a recommendation we make at every appointment, “Please be sure to floss daily.”  Or a question we ask, “Are you flossing?” Patients have heard it so many times over the years, we probably sound like broken records. Additionally, it may have patients wondering how important it really is to floss daily. Is there a…

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Thanksgiving Dental Tips

Happy Thanksgiving! Thanksgiving is a time to reflect on all of our blessings and, of course, indulge in lots of yummy foods! Unfortunately, Thanksgiving feasts can expose your teeth to lots of sugary foods that are damaging to your dental health. Here are a few tips to keep your smile healthy throughout the entire holiday…

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Proper Oral Hygiene

Do you have proper oral hygiene?  Are you confused about what exactly that means?  What does proper oral hygiene entail? Fortunately, Adams and Cheek Dentistry is here to help! October is National Dental Hygiene month. To help recognize this important month, we wanted to review the importance of proper oral hygiene. First and foremost, everyone’s…

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What Type of Crown Do I Need?

When a tooth needs a crown, there are actually four options in materials: gold, porcelain-fused-to-metal, all ceramic, and zirconium. Specific conditions usually dictate which material is best for different situations. It is important to discuss your options with your dentist as every case and each decision is personal for each patient. Our team at Adams…

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Athletic Mouth Guards and Concussions

Can athletic mouth guards actually prevent concussions? A concussion is a brain injury resulting from trauma to the head. Anyone playing contact sports has the potential to sustain an injury that will result in a concussion. Sometimes these concussions are severe enough to end their sporting career. The number of sports related concussions every year…

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