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You’re Never Too Young to Get Gum Disease

Gum disease is the number one cause of tooth loss in adults. But it’s not just a disease for older people. In fact, many patients who need gum disease treatment are young, and millennials make up a good chunk of people struggling with oral health complications. No matter your age, getting treatment for early gum … Read More

3 Things You Need to Know About Heart Health and Oral Health

February is American Heart Month. It’s a short 28 days to observe the most important organ in your body, but this month is an opportunity to consider all the things that go into preserving a healthy heart. How do teeth come into play? Turns out, your oral health could affect your heart health and vice … Read More

4 Ways to Repair Your Smile After Gum Disease

There are different stages of gum disease. The early stage, known as gingivitis, is typically mild and can be easily overlooked if you don’t see your Johns Creek dentist every six months for a dental checkup. When you avoid the dentist and gingivitis is present, you’ll develop more serious symptoms of gum disease, and you’ll … Read More

Gum Recession

The gums inside the mouth are there to help keep the teeth healthy and secure. Healthy gums and healthy teeth depend on one another, and when either one’s health is compromised the other will suffer. Gum recession is what happens when gum tissue begins to pull away from the teeth, exposing their roots. Gum recession … Read More

Is Mouthwash Necessary?

There are always commercials on the TV advertising mouthwash and how it benefits the mouth, however, you have never used it and are now wondering if you should start. Bottles of mouthwash claim that they fight plaque, prevent tooth decay, freshen breath, and even whiten the teeth. These all sound like great benefits from just … Read More

Gum Disease Also Known as Gingivitis

Gum disease, also known as gingivitis, is the inflammation of the tissues surrounding and supporting the teeth. The number one cause of gum disease is improper dental hygiene, and gum disease is one of the major causes of tooth loss in adults. Gum disease is a very common condition, despite the advancements in dental care, … Read More

Tooth Sensitivity Prevention Steps

Tooth sensitivity is a common dental problem for many people. It is most often felt when eating or drinking something cold or hot. For some, tooth sensitivity may come and go, but for others it is a constant discomfort that can cause them to avoid eating or drinking. Teeth are designed to provide function and … Read More

Gum Disease in Children

While many associate gum disease and dental problems with older adults, they may miss signs of gum disease in children. Children are susceptible to developing gum disease and associated health problems just as adults are. The most common type of gum disease in children is gingivitis, which is the first stage of periodontitis. Signs and … Read More

Gingivitis: Gum Disease

Many people may have gingivitis and not be aware of it because it is seldom painful, until it reaches a very serious stage. Healthy gums are pink and firm, do not bleed easily, and solidly support the teeth. Gums that are infected are swollen, red, receding, bleed easily while brushing or flossing, and can become … Read More

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