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If I Quit Smoking Will My Teeth Get Better?

Posted on April 5th, 2023 | Dr. Kerry Lowery

Can You Reverse the Effects of Smoking on Oral Health? As of 2020, it was estimated that over 30 million people in the U.S. smoke cigarettes. Despite the innumerable studies and statistics that indicate smoking is harmful to your health and lowers life expectancy, many individuals struggle to kick the habit. Fortunately, for those who […]

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When Do Kids Start Going to the Dentist?

Posted on February 16th, 2023 | Dr. Kerry Lowery

The Importance of Early Childhood Dental Care Early dental care is essential to the healthy development of children’s teeth and maintaining their dental hygiene. For at-home care, infants’ gums should be wiped gently with a wet cloth prior to tooth eruption, and their baby teeth should be cleaned with a soft, early childhood toothbrush. As […]

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New Year, New Smile – Improve Your Dental Health

Posted on January 4th, 2023 | Dr. Kerry Lowery

Keep Your New Year’s Resolution to Have A Healthier Smile Many people settle on different New Year’s resolutions every January, from setting fitness goals to tackling great creative endeavors. If you have been thinking of undergoing a smile makeover, then prioritizing your dental health as part of your 2023 New Year’s resolutions can help you […]

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10 Ways to Keep Your Teeth Healthy During the Holidays

Posted on December 12th, 2022 | Dr. Kerry Lowery

During the holidays, it’s never hard to find a plate of cookies, candied treats, or any variety of rich, festive foods within reach. While five course meals, wine, and elaborate, sugary desserts are part of the fun, they can do a number on your teeth. Fortunately, there are many ways to protect your smile over […]

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How to Stop Grinding Your Teeth at Night

Posted on November 12th, 2022 | Dr. Kerry Lowery

Many people in the world suffer from what is called Bruxism, also known as teeth grinding. When someone grinds their teeth, this can cause a number of dental problems, such as bite misalignment, damage to enamel, worn down teeth, cracks and chips, etc. Additionally, TMJ is a related condition in which the temporomandibular joint in […]

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