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Are There any Differences Between Mouth Washes?

Mouthwash is used to help rinse away bacteria or food particles after you brush and floss each day. Using mouthwash is an additional way to help protect your teeth and gums. Knowing the differences between mouthwashes can help you choose the right one to incorporate into your oral hygiene routine. What Are The Different Types

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What is Gum Grafting Surgery?

Gum recession is not only painful, but can put your oral health at risk. It’s a condition in which your gums shrink and expose the roots of your teeth. However, with prompt dental intervention, this can be easily remedied with a gum grafting procedure. If you have receded gums, continue on to learn what gum

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Will Dental Surgery Leave Scars on My Gums?

Dental surgery is often necessary for oral health or for improving aesthetics. Most people, however, are concerned with visiting their dentist for such procedures. Their concerns mostly have to do with the prospect of feeling pain or enduring scarring from dental surgery. Luckily, you don’t have to worry about either. Our dentist in Fort Mill,

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How Long Does Swelling Last After Gum Graft Surgery?

No one wants to hear they need oral surgery. In fact, even when patients are in pain, many still avoid seeing the dentist. But when it comes to oral surgery, specifically gum grafting, the positives outweigh any negative you may worry about. Gum grafting is performed for a variety of dental issues, which can only

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How Can I Reduce My Costs for Dental Care?

Dental care can be costly, and simple procedures can even run up your bill. Caring for your teeth is necessary to keep your oral and general health in check. Many people have no dental benefits at all, or if they retire their benefits are lost. Skipping dental care is not an option, and can lead

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Receding Gums

What Can I Do About Receding Gums?

What Can I Do About Receding Gums? If not notice you have inflammation around your gums, or they are starting to recede it may be time to consult with a Periodontist. Gum recession should be treated to avoid further issues, or even tooth loss. Receding gums can be caused by periodontal disease or gum disease.

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