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Did You Know?

Red, swollen gums that bleed easily are called gingivitis. Gingivitis is not usually painful, but it's an important warning sign of gum disease. Step up your dental care and see your dentist to prevent more serious problems. 

Medical Conditions and Oral Health
Conditions such as cleft lip and palate and exposure to secondhand smoke can affect a child's oral health.
The Dental Visit
Whether it's your child's very first dental visit or your little one has a fear of the chair, early dental visits are important. They may help prevent dental problems down the road.
Tooth Decay or Cavities
Adolescents and teens are not too old for dental sealants. The sealant acts as a barrier to prevent cavities.
Young Adult
Cosmetic Dentistry
Bonding, veneers, and crowns, Oh my! Cosmetic dentistry can drastically improve your smile.
General Information
Take a dental quiz, learn about tartar, explore the anatomy of the tooth, mouth, and throat, and more.
Older Adult
Medical Conditions and Oral Health
Certain medical conditions such as anemia and GERD can affect a person's oral health. Learn more about these conditions and others in this section.
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