Dental Care



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Do I Really Need an Exam?

Posted on October 3rd, 2017 | Dr. Kerry Lowery

It’s highly likely that after visiting our practice, you understand the value of a thorough, professional dental cleaning. It’s also likely that you may not fully understand the importance of a complete exam and radiographs. There are many reasons the exam is an important part of your oral health routine. 1. Exams allow the doctor […]

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Care of Your New Crown and the Surrounding Tooth Structure

Posted on September 26th, 2017 | Dr. Kerry Lowery

Care of Your New Crown and the Surrounding Tooth Structure With consistent, effective oral hygiene care your new crown and the supporting tooth structure can remain healthy for many years. However, there are many risk factors that can lead to deterioration of the tooth structure that is at the margin (junction of tooth and crown) […]

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Only Floss The Teeth You Want To Keep

Posted on September 16th, 2017 | Dr. Kerry Lowery

Every time you stop in to visit your dentist, you are asked, “Do you floss regularly?” This is because flossing is instrumental in maintaining a healthy, beautiful smile. It helps to remove the plaque that brushing alone can’t reach. While we all know brushing is critical to your oral health, it is important to understand […]

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Are you at high risk for Periodontal Disease?

Posted on September 1st, 2017 | Dr. Kerry Lowery

Periodontal disease is the number one cause of tooth loss. It can impact your overall health and is linked to various serious diseases, including: heart disease, stroke and diabetes. We often talk about home oral hygiene and professional oral health care as ways to decrease your odds of developing periodontal disease. However, even with regular […]

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Dentist 60068 | One Tool for Better Gum Health

Posted on July 21st, 2017 | Dr. Kerry Lowery

Loose teeth, bad breath, and painful, bloody gums – these are among the signs and symptoms of periodontal, or gum, disease. Unfortunately, periodontal disease can also begin without any obvious symptoms. If left undiagnosed or untreated, you could be at risk for irreparable damage to your teeth and gums. The good news is that periodontal […]

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