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Dental Conditions That Come With Age
Dental Conditions That Come With Age

Caring for Your Oral Health as You Age As you grow older, there are many different health measures you should take to ensure you live a happy, healthy life. Many patients don’t think about their risk of developing oral conditions, such as gum disease or oral cancer, and how ...

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  • What is Dry Mouth?

    Do I Have Dry Mouth? Saliva is the key to keeping our mouth moist, keeping our mouth clean, and properly breaking down the food we eat. But what ...

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  • Knowing Your Risks of Oral Cancer

    Am I at Risk for Oral Cancer? As you age, there are many different health measures you should take to ensure you live a happy, healthy life, including ...

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  • Dental Care Tips for the Entire Family

    Creating Healthier Smiles Together As we continue to spend more time together at home, you and your family may have created similar routines — from ...

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  • When Should My Child First Visit the Dentist?

    What Age is Right for a First Dentist Appointment? Watching your kids growing up makes it seem like they hit a new milestone every day. From their ...

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  • Dental Hygiene Tips for Kids

    Dental Tips to Keep Your Child’s Smile Bright As parents, we hope to teach our children healthy and sustainable habits that last a lifetime. One of ...

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  • How To Tell If Your Child Has a Cavity

    What Causes Tooth Decay In Children? Tooth decay is caused by bacteria in the mouth, and can typically occur due to food particles that get stuck ...

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  • Why Visiting the Dentist Doesn't Have to Be Scary

    Dental anxiety is real, and it’s something that our team at Robert A. Neal Family Dentistry is dedicated to helping out patients through. Visiting the ...

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  • Why a Family Dentist Might be a Better Option than a Pediatric Dentist

    If you are searching for a dentist for your family, you are now faced with the decision of choosing between a family dentist and a pediatric dentist. ...

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  • What Age Should my Child Have an Orthodontic Evaluation?

    If you're a parent with young children, one of your primary concerns is ensuring your child's teeth develop normally. Although you may make sure your ...

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