Category: Dental Health

Stages of Gum Disease Diagnosis

Dentists know if gums are healthy or not. Diagnosing gum disease is the first step toward treatment. Learn about the different stages that lead to a diagnosis. Many DIY guides exist to assist people with health problems. For dental patients, there is information to help them diagnose and treat gum disease. Dentists also have methods …

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How Does Diabetes Affect Teeth?

Diabetes affects approximately 29.1 million people in the United States, and it’s estimated that around 8 million don’t even know they have this serious health problem. Both Type I and Type II diabetes results in high blood sugar levels. This, in turn, causes problems in several parts of your body including the kidneys, heart, eyes, …

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Stages of Gum Disease Diagnosis

Dentists know if gums are healthy or not. Diagnosing gum disease is the first step toward treatment. Learn about the different stages that lead to a diagnosis. Many DIY guides exist to assist people with health problems. For dental patients, there is information to help them diagnose and treat gum disease. Dentists also have methods …

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Reasons Why Your Gums Are Bleeding

Bleeding gums can be alarming, and either quickly resolved without inconvenience or an indication of serious medical issues. Discovering the cause and pursuing remedies is crucial to halting its progression and the development of other gum line complications. Common Causes The primary cause of bleeding gums is plaque buildup at the gum line. Plaque, a …

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How to Help Sensitive Teeth at Home

Many people have experienced sensitive teeth at one point in their lifetime. Common causes include gum recession, teeth grinding, damaged enamel, tooth erosion and some dental procedures such as crowns, fillings, and bleaching. No matter what the cause, Fairfield Dental Arts is here to help you find a solution. Try some of these at-home remedies …

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How To Care For Your Gums

It’s all too easy to forget to take good care of your gums until you start to experience gum problems. Red, painful gums are no fun and gum disease can be irreversible. Fortunately, taking care of your gums is simple, and it’s easy to add good gum care habits to your daily routine. Here’s how …

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Fun Facts About Smiling

Smiling tells a lot about a person. Our perception of a  “happy” person is directly connected to the amount they smile. It doesn’t matter what someone’s teeth look like or what they are smiling or laughing at. If they smile, we consider them cheerful! In reality, smiling goes deeper than perception. It is directly correlated …

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