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Here’s Why Flossing is Critical for Good Dental Health

May 16, 2024

Filed under: Uncategorized — canyoncreekfamilydentistry @ 2:55 pm
a man flossing and looking in a mirror

The American Dental Association advises flossing daily in order to minimize the build-up of cavity- and gum disease-causing bacteria and plaque within the mouth. While you may think that thoroughly brushing twice a day may do the trick, that’s just not the case. If you’re included in the majority of the population that doesn’t floss on a daily basis, it may be worthwhile to consider changing your ways, and here’s why.

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Facing the Facts: How Tooth Loss Can Change Your Looks

April 12, 2024

Filed under: Uncategorized — canyoncreekfamilydentistry @ 7:02 pm
Patient looking in the mirror after fixing their tooth loss

Many times, when patients think about tooth loss, they focus on the immediate effects like the gap in their smile. However, the impact of missing teeth extends beyond your grin. In some cases, when patients suffer from prolonged or more significant tooth loss, it can change their entire oral structure. This shift in their teeth and bones can even result in an altered face shape! Continue reading to learn how tooth loss can reshape your face and what you can do to reduce the effects.

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Moonlit Misery: Why Your Toothache gets Worse at Night

February 9, 2024

Filed under: Uncategorized — canyoncreekfamilydentistry @ 5:33 pm
Man awake in bed due to a toothache

A toothache — relentless throbbing that seems to intensify just when your head hits the pillow. The mysterious worsening of tooth pain during the wee hours can be a distressing ordeal. However, knowing the causes of the sensation is the first step toward finding relief. If you’re curious to find the reasons behind late-night toothaches, continue reading.

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The Evolution of Dentures

January 4, 2024

Filed under: Uncategorized — canyoncreekfamilydentistry @ 2:39 pm
older person wearing dentures and smiling

Are you or a loved one missing several or all of your pearly whites? Good news awaits the 120 million Americans coping with missing teeth. Dentures, once basic in design, have evolved significantly over the years to become the durable, lifelike restorations that we’re familiar with. Join us as we delve into the journey of denture evolution, highlighting the remarkable progress since their inception.

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New Year, New You: Protecting Your Oral Health While Working Out

December 4, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — canyoncreekfamilydentistry @ 7:54 am
Someone smiling and running

As the New Year rolls in, many of us embark on a journey towards improved health and fitness. While focusing on your physical health, it’s crucial not to overlook your oral health, which can be impacted by workout routines. Here are some tips to protect your oral health while keeping up with your fitness resolutions.

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Dental Implant Myths: 3 Common Misunderstandings

November 8, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — canyoncreekfamilydentistry @ 3:49 pm
Two dental implants next to each other on a light blue background

Dental implants are considered the pinnacle of tooth restoration because they provide so many unique advantages over other options like dentures and dental bridges. Despite this, many patients hesitate to move forward with treatment. Often, this is because they’ve heard one of the many myths around dental implants. Incorrect information or preconceived notions lead people to false beliefs about this incredibly successful method. Keep reading to discover the truth behind these 3 commonly held misunderstandings.

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What Sort of Problems Can Direct Bonding Fix?

October 13, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — canyoncreekfamilydentistry @ 10:15 pm
Woman shows off smile

Direct bonding is an affordable and effective way to address a variety of dental health issues as well as cosmetic concerns. The process involves your dentist using a putty-like composite resin to fill in or cover up minor flaws in your teeth. They then shape the resin to match the natural contours of your tooth before hardening it with a special UV light. This material is the very same that is used in tooth-colored fillings, and it results in a quality restoration that can have the tooth looking great while protecting it from further injuries. Here are a few issues direct bonding can address.

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What Should I Do If I Lose a Dental Filling?

September 13, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — canyoncreekfamilydentistry @ 9:09 pm
Woman has questioning expression

Even though dental fillings are incredibly strong, they sometimes fall out. The experience can be scary, and your tooth might experience some pain upon suddenly losing its protection. While you’ll want to see your dentist as soon as possible to resolve this issue, it isn’t the worst dental emergency you could have and isn’t something that should cause you to panic. Here are the steps you should take when you lose a filling and what you can do to prevent it from happening.

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Do Dentures Have Dietary Restrictions?

August 4, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — canyoncreekfamilydentistry @ 7:53 pm
Woman has questioning expression

Modern dentures are an incredibly comfortable and believable way to restore lost teeth, but they can’t chew exactly like the real thing. While they are great for the grinding part of the chewing process, they can have significant difficulty with the tearing aspect. Though some foods can become more accessible as someone wearing dentures gets more practice chewing, some fare require special care. Here are some foods that can be especially difficult to eat with dentures.

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How Calcium Can Benefit Your Oral Health

July 7, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — canyoncreekfamilydentistry @ 3:47 am
Spread of milk, leafy greens, broccoli, almonds, mushrooms, cheese, and more calcium-rich foods

Your lifestyle can influence your oral health, especially your diet! Certain foods are more beneficial than others to ensure you’re protecting your pearly whites. Eating foods that are high in calcium is a simple change you can make to keep your teeth strong. Here’s more about how calcium can benefit your oral health.

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