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Understanding Tooth Pathology
Understanding Tooth Pathology
10/09/2018
In order to take good care of our teeth, we need to understand the different diseases and conditions that can affect them. One of our goals at Brush Country Dental Center is to help our patients understand the potential issues that our dental care addresses. That includes breaking down scientific terms like tooth pathology, which refers to all conditions involving our teeth that can be present at birth (congenital diseases) or acquired throughout life. Continue reading below to learn more.
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Causes of Periodontal Disease
Causes of Periodontal Disease
09/07/2018
Periodontal disease is a gum disease also known as periodontitis. If left untreated, it may result in tooth loss. The progressive disease begins with the irritation and inflammation of the gingival tissues that surround and support the teeth. This is caused by plaque buildup and results in an ongoing bacterial infection. The infection colonizes in the gingival tissue. Deep pockets then form between the teeth and the gums, damaging the gums and the underlying jawbone and leading to tooth loss. In more severe cases, the bacteria from this infection can migrate through the bloodstream to affect other parts of the body.
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Nitrous Oxide
07/20/2018
Some people experience anxiety when visiting the dentist. In order to avoid any stress or worry and accomplish a positive dental experience, Brush Country Dental Center offers a form of conscious sedation called nitrous oxide or “laughing gas”.
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How to Avoid & Prevent Baby Bottle Decay
07/02/2018
Our teeth are important throughout our lives, even at their initial formative stages. Baby teeth are as significant as fully developed adult teeth and we must treat them as such and protect them from harm. One of the greatest forms of harm baby teeth are at risk for is baby bottle decay.
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Why It's Important to See A Dentist Regularly
06/04/2018
At Brush Country Dental Center, we proudly provide comprehensive dental treatment to patients of all ages throughout Pleasanton, TX and the surrounding areas. We offer a wide range of general and cosmetic dental treatments, as well as other treatment options like orthodontics, endodontics, and gum care. However, the majority of our time goes to routine, preventative dental care – maintaining the health of your teeth and mouth. As such, one of the most important things you can do for your teeth is maintain regular, routine appointments with your Pleasanton dentist.
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What To Do With A Chipped Tooth
03/23/2018
Normally, we prioritize preventive care – but sometimes accidents happen, and if you chip or break your tooth, it's important to know how to handle it. So what should you do if you chip or break a tooth?
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New Year Resolutions For You & Your Teeth
01/10/2018
While you may already have some resolutions in mind, your friends at Brush Country Dental Center suggest including a few resolutions that will help keep your teeth clean and healthy.
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Why Brushing & Flossing Your Teeth Is Important
11/22/2017
For most people, brushing and flossing is just a normal part of their everyday routine and something that simply must be done; however, many people are surprised to learn that they’re not doing it properly.
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Foods That Damage Your Teeth
09/25/2017
There are many foods that can wreak havoc on your teeth that can cause cavities and weaken enamel.
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The Difference Between An Orthodontist & Dentist
07/21/2017
As your trusted provider of dental and orthodontic services, one of the questions that we get asked frequently is what the differences are between a dentist and an orthodontist?
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