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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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How Effective Are Whitening Toothpastes?

Whitening your teeth can be achieved in two ways – bleaching the teeth or non-bleaching whitening products. When using bleach, both intrinsic and extrinsic stains will be removed. On the other hand, non-bleaching products use physical or chemical action to remove surface stains.  Whitening toothpastes are one of the most common methods of teeth whitening, […]

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Electric Toothbrushes vs Manual Toothbrushes

Invented in the late 1930s, the manual toothbrush has revolutionized the way we maintain our oral hygiene. Over the last few decades, updates have been established to enhance the toothbrush’s functionality and overall effectiveness. In the late ‘90s, the electric toothbrush grabbed a lot of attention, but is it really more effective than the traditional […]

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Learn About Tooth Contouring & Reshaping

Tooth contouring and reshaping is a recommended procedure for those with a healthy smile and who diligently practice oral hygiene. Within a few months, you can significantly improve your smile through dental implants, but for those in need of minor adjustments, in one short visit you can experience tooth contouring and reshaping. The Right Candidate […]

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Does TMJ Cause Fatigue?

Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMJ) is a common problem that patients often face for a year without even knowing. It is only until they experience symptoms that this issue comes to the surface. Identifying the issue early on prevents the problem from becoming chronic pain years later. When someone experiences TMJ, the jaw becomes fatigued and […]

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Avoiding & Preventing Bad Breath

Bad breath can be extremely embarrassing and detrimental to your social life, especially if this is a consistent issue. If you follow the oral health care recommendations by Lindner Dental and avoid foods that lead to chronic bad breath, you can drastically improve this issue. Some quick bad breath fighters include chewing on certain herbs, drinking […]

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What Can Cause Receding Gums?

Receding gums occurs when your gums pull back from the tooth’s surface, exposing the root surface of the teeth. This is one form of periodontal disease that can ultimately lead to further oral issues. In some cases, an excessive amount of oral care such as brushing or flossing too aggressively could be the reason your […]

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How is Tobacco a Threat to Your Oral Health?

Tobacco products such as smoking and chewing tobacco can severely damage your overall health. In fact, if you already have an existing gum disease, tobacco products will cause your gums to worsen at a much quicker rate. While oral infections are common, tobacco can make these more harmful to your health. The American Cancer Society […]

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Treating Mouth Sores

Canker sores are one of the most common mouth sores that can arise at any age. These are painful and small ulcers that erupt inside of the mouth, tongue, lips and throat. Symptoms include small, painful, crater-like ulcers that can be caused by acidic or spicy foods, vitamin deficiencies, stress and a number of other […]

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Why Should You Clean Your Tongue

Brushing your teeth is an important day-to-day routine which helps prevent gum disease and tooth decay. However, the only way to eliminate more bacteria in the mouth is by brushing both the teeth and tongue.  In fact, the tongue contains a bulk of the bacteria in your mouth, including bacteria from the environment as well […]

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