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How to Avoid Periodontal Disease

You know that you need to take good care of your teeth, but did you know it’s important to take care of your gums, too? Learn how you can avoid developing periodontal disease, also called gum disease.

Oct 12th, 2021
The Importance of Routine Dental Examinations

Routine dental examinations are an essential part of keeping your teeth healthy and looking great. Learn what happens during an exam and how keeping these regular appointments can save you time, money, and reduce stress.

Sep 8th, 2021
How to Get Rid of the Stains on Your Teeth

Your smile is an essential and important part of your appearance, and stained teeth can ruin even the most gorgeous grin. Learn how easy it can be to remove the stains on your teeth, restoring your smile and giving you renewed confidence.

Jul 7th, 2021
Tooth-colored Fillings Excel in Both Form and Function

Very few people are born with perfect teeth, and over time, most people need some dental work, including fillings. Learn why tooth-colored fillings look and function the best to give you the best treatment possible.

Jun 22nd, 2021
Recognizing the Early Signs of Tooth Decay

Your teeth are protected by a layer of enamel, the strongest material in your body. This layer can be worn away by tooth decay, which if left untreated can destroy your tooth. Learn to recognize the early signs of tooth decay.

May 3rd, 2021
Do I Need a Fluoride Treatment?

Everyone knows it’s important to take care of your teeth, but figuring out which treatments are best for you can be confusing. Learn about fluoride treatments and how to determine if getting one can help you.

Apr 6th, 2021
What's Dental Anxiety and How Do You Deal With it?

Most people get a little nervous about going to medical appointments. Some people have dental anxiety that makes dental treatments especially difficult. Learn more about dental anxiety and how to deal with it.

Feb 16th, 2021
Why You Should Never Skip Your Dental Check Ups

Keeping your teeth healthy and looking good are important. Tooth discoloration, damage, and decay can be painful and cause damage to your smile. Regular dental checkups are the best way to keep your teeth in good shape.

Jan 6th, 2021
These Foods and Beverages Are Discoloring Your Teeth

A beautiful smile enhances your appearance and helps you feel confident. When your teeth are stained they don’t look attractive. Learn which foods and beverages can leave their marks on your teeth and what to do.

Dec 6th, 2020
Your First Few Days After an Extraction

After a tooth extraction, you have an empty space in your mouth that needs to heal. It’s crucial to follow a few simple care instructions to save you discomfort and ensure that your mouth fully recovers from the procedure.

Nov 3rd, 2020
5 Symptoms of a Cavity

Everyone has heard of cavities, but do you know how to recognize that you have one? Learn the common symptoms that could indicate that you have a cavity so you can get it treated quickly, before more serious issues develop.

Oct 11th, 2020
What Are My Denture Options?

When you have lost teeth, you need to replace them so that you can speak, eat, and smile normally, and also to support your oral health. Learn about the different denture options that are available today.

Aug 16th, 2020
Dental Care and COVID19: What You Should Know

At Morning Dental, we know that the COVID19 pandemic has been confusing and stressful for our staff and our patients. We are doing our best to provide care at this time, while keeping everyone as safe as possible.

Jul 26th, 2020
Stop Tooth Decay in Its Tracks With Fillings

You may not think much about your teeth, but you should. Although the outer layer of your teeth is made of strong enamel, decay can erode it, causing holes known as cavities. Learn how to stop tooth decay by getting cavities filled.

Jun 15th, 2020
5 Foods and Habits to Avoid for the Health of Your Teeth

With proper care, teeth can last a lifetime. Good oral care supports the health of your teeth, including regular brushing and professional cleanings. Learn about foods and habits you should avoid for the health of your teeth.

May 19th, 2020
Recognizing The Early Signs of Gum Disease

Healthy teeth and gums allow you to properly chew and talk, and have a beautiful smile. Gum disease causes pain and distress, and without proper treatment, can lead to serious oral conditions. Learn the signs of gum disease so you can catch it early.

Apr 9th, 2020
The Versatility of Dental Crowns

The outer layer of your teeth is made of enamel, which is the strongest material in your body. However, that layer can become damaged from decay or injuries, causing dental problems. Learn how dental crowns are used to fix a number of dental issues.

Mar 17th, 2020
When a Tooth Needs to Be Extracted

Are you about to lose a tooth? Are you not sure? Nobody likes getting a tooth pulled, but sometimes it’s necessary. Learn more about the reasons a tooth extraction might be your best option and how to prepare for it.

Feb 18th, 2020
Start the Year Off Right With a Preventive Dental Exam

It’s easy to put off or avoid preventive dental care when you have a busy schedule and don’t have any noticeable symptoms or oral health issues. Here’s why making time for preventive care now can save time, money, and your smile in the long run.

Jan 15th, 2020
Adjusting to Life With Dentures

If you have missing or broken teeth, dentures could give you back your smile and help you eat and speak well again. Read on to learn what dentures look and feel like and find out if they’re right for you.

Dec 1st, 2019
How a Root Canal Can Save a Tooth

Are you experiencing pain or discomfort in one of your teeth? Have you noticed your tooth becoming darker in color and feeling sensitive toward hot or cold foods and drinks? If so, a root canal might be right for you.

Nov 1st, 2019
Can Your Mouth and Gum Disease Really Cause Heart Problems?

Gum disease is a condition that often causes gums to bleed when you brush or floss. But did you know it might be putting you at risk for other health complications like a heart attack or stroke? Find out why and learn what you can do to stay healthy.

Oct 1st, 2019
These Common Bad Habits Could be Ruining Your Teeth

You brush and floss regularly, but are unknowingly doing damage to your teeth with simple daily habits. Chewing ice, using your teeth as tools, and sugary drinks are just some of these common habits that may be undermining your teeth’s integrity.

Aug 7th, 2019