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Why Are My Gums Bleeding?

Bleeding gums typically occur when flossing or brushing teeth and while a small amount of blood may not seem like anything to worry about, when this happens consistently you shouldn’t ignore it. This can happen if pregnant or if you suffer from gingivitis. If you’ve recently changed your oral care routine, your gums could also […]

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Top Reasons for a Toothache

Even if you have exceptional oral hygiene care there will be a day where you experience a toothache. Cavities are typically the main cause of a tooth ache but there are several other factors that could trigger this. Braces or Dental Alignments When braces are tightened or adjusted patients typically notice a fair amount of […]

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Reasons You Need a Dental Checkup

Dental checkups should be done every six months to maintain your oral hygiene. In between dental visits, it’s important to clean your teeth and gums twice a day. Let’s explore what goes on during a dental cleanup and why it’s important. Enamel Removal Even if you scrub your teeth several times a day, you’ll never […]

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What You Need to Know About Dental Insurance

Seeing your dentist regularly not only ensures that you have good oral health but it can save you from gum disease and cavities. By purchasing dental insurance, you can prevent yourself and your family from costly surgeries. Understanding Dental Insurance If you receive dental insurance through your company, you pay a premium and the insurance […]

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Early Warning Signs of Gum Disease

Commonly known as periodontal disease, gum disease is a major cause of tooth loss but it can easily be treated if caught early on. If you notice any of the symptoms listed below, call Lindner Dental and we’ll gladly take a look. Signs & Symptoms of Gum Disease Bleeding gums Red, tender or swollen gums […]

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Are You Prone to Cavities?

Even if you brush and floss several times a day, you can still get cavities. Unfortunately, your diet and DNA have a major influence on how prone you are to getting cavities. Due to our sugary western diets, dentists are seeing more and more cavities among patients. As the bacteria in our bodies breaks down […]

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Fixing a Chipped Tooth

Whether you’ve simply fallen during a physical activity or chewed on a piece of hard candy, a chipped tooth can leave you feeling quite embarrassed. Before you begin to panic, a chipped tooth can always be repaired. There are actually several methods that can be used to get your smile looking back to normal. Different […]

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Worst Behavior for Teeth

If you brush your teeth, floss and use mouth wash on a regular basis then you are on the right track to maintaining a healthy smile. While you may be practicing great oral hygiene, you could be doing a couple things that negatively impact your smile. Toothbrush with Hard Bristles Your gums can actually recede […]

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Why are Third Molars Called “Wisdom Teeth?”

Third molars have been referred to as “teeth of wisdom” since the 17th century and then changed to “wisdom teeth” in the 19th century. These molars appear much later than other teeth, often between the ages of 17 and 25. Linguists refer to third molars as wisdom teeth because they develop at the age that […]

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Dental Crowns and the Sensitivity That Comes With Them

Sensitivity after receiving a dental crown varies from patient-to-patient. Typically patients feel some sensitivity to hot or cold liquids and foods. In regards to permanent crowns, you may feel some aching when you bite or a bit of tenderness. After you receive temporary crowns, you could experience an abnormal bite or gum tissue sensitivity. The […]

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