Do You Have a Cracked Tooth?

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In many cases in which your teeth are damaged, you will probably know it right away. You may feel pain, there may be blood and pieces of your broken tooth. But what about the damage that isn’t so obvious? It is possible that you may have a cracked tooth and... Read more »

Toothaches and Their Effect on Your Dental Health

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Can teeth with toothaches be repaired and saved? The answer is yes, but on many occasions, individuals who do not receive regular checkups and examinations to determine if toothaches may be present or if your teeth are at a greater risk for tooth loss or a potential tooth extraction. If... Read more »

Endodontic Therapy 101

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When many people hear they need to restore their teeth with endodontic therapy, they oftentimes cringe. However, this is often the case because they’re not sure what the treatment entails. If you’re one of these people, Dr. Kerry Olszewski and our dental team would like to give you some information... Read more »

Treating Bad Breath

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Bad breath, also called halitosis, takes a lot away from your social and professional image. Here’s what you can do about it. Poor Hygiene Poor dental hygiene causes most cases of bad breath. Bacteria builds up in the mouth over time and produce the foul smells as they eat the... Read more »

What to Do If You Have Persistent Bad Breath

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Has anyone you love ever complained about your breath? Are you self-conscious because your breath is less than fresh? If you struggle with bad breath, it can be caused by something as simple as the food you eat and something a little trickier like the medications you take. Read on... Read more »

How Plaque Creates Cavities

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Did you know that your teeth and gums (and tongue) are not the only things living in your mouth? There is a virtually invisible community of bacteria residing in your mouth. The average adult has 100 to 200 species of bacteria living in their mouth. Even those taking good care... Read more »