Archive for May, 2016

Teeth Whitening In the Greater Baltimore Area

Thursday, May 26th, 2016
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In-office teeth whitening is more efficient. Schedule an appointment with us today.

The best way to lighten teeth and remove stains and discoloration, teeth whitening is the most popular solution. Unfortunately, it is not a one-time procedure, and whitening needs to be repeated to keep teeth from dulling. Most whitening procedures are conducted by qualified dentists. Let’s explore what you might expect from an in-office tooth whitening procedure.

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What is Periodontal Disease and How can you Prevent it?

Tuesday, May 17th, 2016
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Schedule a cleaning with Catonsville Dental Care. Prevent periodontal disease now!

“Peri” means around and “odontal” means referring to the tooth. Periodontal disease refers to an infection of the structures surrounding your teeth. These include gums, the cementum that covers the root, the periodontal ligament, and the alveolar bone. In the early stages of periodontal disease, the gums are affected first. They may become puffy, sore, and bleed when brushing teeth. In more severe forms of periodontal disease, all other surrounding structures become infected as well. It is very important to understand the causes of periodontal disease, the early signs and symptoms, and how to prevent the disease from occurring in the first place.

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Bad Breath is Bad News

Monday, May 16th, 2016

 

Bad breath cause and treatment

Bad breath got you down? We can help.

No one likes having bad breath. It’s an easy way to run a date, spoil an interview, or even just bother people on the bus. It can be very embarrassing, but we can help you. You can also help yourself by checking out these tips for in-between checkups. Are you ready to learn more about bad breath and how you can keep it out of your mouth? Let’s do it. (more…)

How to Keep Your Gums Healthy

Friday, May 6th, 2016
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Taking proper care of your gums can affect the health of your whole body

Gum disease affects nearly 10 percent of Americans by the time they reach age 64. While this sounds like a relatively low number, it could be you if you fail to take proper care of your teeth now. If you don’t floss every day, for example, and brush at least twice a day, you are at risk. And it’s a bigger risk than you might realize. Poor care of your gums can affect many other facets of your overall health. (more…)