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Cedar Walk Family and Cosmetic Dentistry Blog

Should You See Your Dentist About Sensitive Teeth?

Do hot and cold foods and drinks cause pain? Do you feel pain when you brush your teeth? If so, you may have sensitive teeth. This is a dental health condition that requires treatment to improve. If you don’t take action, it’s likely to worsen over time. Many people struggle with sensitive teeth and don’t know there are effective treatment options available for it. At Cedar Walk, we can help you improve your smile through effective diagnosis and treatment for tooth sensitivity.

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Topics: General Dentistry

Stress and Your Mouth - Treating Teeth Grinding

Many people struggle through stress and believe it just impacts mood and mental health. Stress directly impacts the body, too, including your teeth. If a person is under significant stress, especially if that stress is long-lasting, it can cause a number of health problems. That includes bruxism, also known as teeth grinding. Stress can also cause gum disease, canker sores, and TMJ disorder. Yet, teeth grinding is the most common and the most impactful on oral health.

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Topics: General Dentistry

10 Facts for Children's Dental Health Month

February is the perfect time for kids and parents to learn about oral health. Why? Because February is National Children’s Dental Health Month!

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Topics: General Dentistry

All About Gum Disease

Do you see a bit of pink in the sink when you brush your teeth or feel tenderness at the gumline? If so, you may have a condition called gum disease, or periodontitis. It’s an infection of the gums that damages the soft tissues in the mouth. As a progressive condition, it will worsen over time, leading to periodontal disease, a more advanced and dangerous form. Without treatment, gum disease can lead to tooth loss and bone infection.

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Topics: General Dentistry

Bonding vs Veneers vs Crowns - What's the Better Option?

If your teeth are in need of some TLC, your dentist can use bonding, veneers, and crowns to fix a range of dental problems that are keeping you from smiling with confidence.

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Topics: cosmetic dentistry, General Dentistry

What is Considered a Dental Emergency and What to Do if One Occurs

Dental emergencies are more common than you might think. However, many dental problems are not emergencies, but simply dental issues that have been left untreated and are causing pain and inflammation.

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Important Things You Should Consider When Choosing a Dentist

 

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Topics: Cedar Walk Dentistry, Charlotte NC, Dentist, Dentistry, family dentist, oral heath, teeth, treatments, cosmetic dentistry, At the Practice, General Dentistry, Holistic Dentistry

Dental Hacks to Protect Your Teeth and Gums in 2020

On any given day, you likely do not have much time to dedicate to your oral health routine. The bacteria on your teeth, however, have all the time in the world and spend it chipping away at your enamel. 

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Topics: Cedar Walk Dentistry, charlotte dentist, cosmetic, Dentistry, family dentist, oral heath, teeth, General Dentistry

How to Get Your Teeth Clean Before the Dentist

You might be diligent as far as your oral hygiene goes, but even the most frequent flosser forgets every now and again.

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How to Look After Your Children's Teeth

The importance of children’s teeth cannot be understated. Establishing a good oral health routine sooner rather than later can not only make them less likely to fall into bad habits in the future but it can be a huge benefit for their general health and well-being also.

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Topics: child dentist, family dentist, oral heath, General Dentistry