Diabetes & Your Teeth

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It may seem strange to hear your dentist in Erdenheim talk about a disease that doesn’t seem to affect your oral health. But the truth is, many diseases, including diabetes, can negatively affect your teeth. In fact, diabetes can increase the likelihood of gum disease, dry mouth, and other oral health problems. For this World… Read more →

The Top 3 Reasons Not to Be Afraid of Your Dentist

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young woman in dental chair

Spookiness is in the air this month as we move closer to all things Halloween. But there’s one place you should never be shivering and quivering to visit, and that’s seeing your dentist in Erdenheim.  Sure, going to the dentist isn’t always rainbows and unicorns, but it’s certainly not the “FrightFest” our brains sometimes make… Read more →

Make The Connection to Your Oral and Overall Health

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woman eats breakfast

As research continues and more scientific advancements happen each year, there is mounting evidence that your oral and overall health are connected. Your dentist in Erdenheim is here to tell you this is 100 percent true. This gives a whole new reasoning to why it’s super important to brush, floss, and see your dental hygienist… Read more →

4 Steps to Take if Your Dental Filling Falls Out

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woman getting dental filling

One of the most common restorative treatments your dentist in Erdenheim uses is fillings. Whether they’re specially crafted for you out of an amalgam (metal) or composite material, we want them to stand the test of time. If your bite isn’t right, then there’s a good chance your filling or dental restoration could fail or… Read more →

How Does Vaping Affect Oral Health?

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man smoking e-cig

By now you’ve probably heard of the relatively recent rise in the popularity of vaping as an alternative to traditional smoking. You’ve probably heard that this new craze isn’t as safe as you may have originally thought. New research suggests that vaping has a direct correlation to an increased risk of heart attack, stroke, and… Read more →