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Forging Forever Smiles: How Long Will My Dental Implants Last?

March 15, 2024

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Patient smiling with their new dental implants

Getting dental implants is a long road from start to finish, but once the process is complete it’s worth it! Replacing missing teeth is essential to avoid dental issues once your remaining pearly whites begin trying to fill the gaps. But how long will it last? Continue reading to learn about the factors that affect dental implant longevity and how you can keep your smile forever.


Enhanced Aesthetics: 3 Ways Your Dentist Can Perfect Your Smile

February 12, 2024

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Nose to chin view of woman in white shirt and pink lipstick smiling

One of the first things people notice about you is the quality of your grin and if your teeth have imperfections, it can leave you feeling anxious or self-conscious. Fortunately, your dentist can resolve several aesthetic issues with cosmetic dentistry. Whether you’re longing for brighter or unblemished pearly whites, they have solutions to help. How do you know, though, which treatments are best for you? Keep reading to learn about 3 popular procedures to decide what direction to take!


How Can Chronic Stress Affect My Oral Health?

January 12, 2024

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Lady is stressed out

Life can be stressful sometimes. While stress can sometimes be a good thing that helps us rise to meet our challenges and avoid troublesome situations, too much stress over too long a period of time can have negative side effects for your health. While most people know that constant stress can take its toll on the health of their heart, skin, and digestive tract, many may not know of the harsh consequences it can have for your oral health. Here’s how chronic stress can hurt your smile and how you can protect it.


Seasonal Allergies and Dental Health

January 3, 2024

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person suffering from seasonal allergies blowing nose

As the warmer spring and summer seasons approach, numerous individuals experience seasonal allergies. Symptoms such as a runny nose, congestion, and itchy, watery eyes often accompany this condition. While these issues can be frustrating on their own, they can also adversely affect dental health. Continue reading to explore the connection between seasonal allergies and dental health, along with strategies to maintain a healthy smile during this time.


Plaque Buster: Your Guide to Tackling Dental Buildup

December 18, 2023

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A man and his daughter brushing their teeth together for good dental health

Plaque – it’s a term you often hear during dental checkups, but what exactly is it? In less scientific terms, it’s the root of many dental woes that you may face. Therefore, understanding plaque is the first step in maintaining your dental health.

If you want to unravel the mysteries of plaque, learn how it forms, and how to get rid of it, continue reading.


How to Keep Your Mouth Clean While at Work

December 8, 2023

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Smiling businessman Did you know that 92% of adults will experience tooth decay? Cavities aren’t the only concern. 50% of adults over the age of 30 have a form of gum disease. Although both are leading causes of tooth loss, they are preventable with good oral hygiene and regular dental care. However, it can be difficult to keep your mouth clean when you’re stuck at work. You don’t have to place your oral health at risk. Here’s why you should keep a dental hygiene kit in your desk drawer.


6 Unique Stocking Stuffers That Are Dentist-Approved

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Child grabbing gift from stocking hung on fireplace

Almost every list of stocking stuffer ideas is the same: sugar cookies, candy canes, and peppermint bark. However, in addition to being festive, these treats have another thing in common: they are packed with sugar. As a result, they don’t make your dentist’s “nice list.” If you’re looking for unique stocking stuffer ideas that won’t harm your loved ones’ teeth, then read on!


Be Thankful for Your Teeth! A Top 5 Oral Practices Guide for the Holidays

November 22, 2023

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A family enjoying Thanksgiving with good oral health

As the season of gratitude has come once again. It’s time to turn your attention to one often overlooked but crucial aspect of your health – your oral health. They play an important part during Thanksgiving! They help you savor your favorite holiday dishes, engage in conversations with loved ones, and contribute to the festivities.

This Thanksgiving, express your appreciation for your pearly whites by embracing mindful oral care practices. Continue reading to learn how.


What Traits Make a Smile Beautiful?

October 27, 2023

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Lady's smile

Everyone wants to have an attractive smile. Thankfully, advances in cosmetic dentistry have made having a beautiful smile quite accessible to people everywhere. However, it makes sense to understand what people tend to find beautiful before pursuing cosmetic treatments. Here is a list of traits the human brain assesses when making a cosmetic judgment about someone’s smile.


Ready for a Halloween Scare? Read These Terrifying Dental Statistics!

October 13, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — chaskadentistteam @ 10:27 pm

Since it’s the Halloween season, you might be looking for a good scare. Maybe you’ve already read Frankenstein, Dracula, and a plethora of other classic horror novels, but you’re finding that the scares just aren’t real enough to really make you jump. If you’re looking for some true-to-life terror, your dentist has you covered. Here is a list of some of the scariest dental health statistics around, and it’s so terrifying that you’ll be too frightened to bite your nails (because biting your nails is bad for your teeth).

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