Category Archives: General Dentistry

General Dentistry Moundsville, WV

An Older Smile can be a Healthy Smile

Historically, growing older has come with more than a few frustrations. Our aversion to aging is represented in the development of the medical and aesthetic treatments that are common today. Whether you are 40 or you are 80, there are multiple ways that you can age better, from injectable wrinkle reducers to fitness programs tailored… Read More »

General Dentistry Services Glen Dale, WV

Is it Time for a Visit?

Dental visits are important to the management of a healthy, attractive smile. We know this. We know you know this. And yet, we also know that it just so happens that dental care is one of the easiest things to forget about. You’re busy! You may have spent the summer getting away any chance you… Read More »

Learning About Your “Bite”

How your teeth fit together is an important component of your total dental health. Your “bite” is the common word for this – malocclusion is the more technical term. If your bite is off it can cause problems – not the least of which is severe pain. You may also experience temperature sensitivity. There are… Read More »

Spring Clean Your Dental “Tool Chest”

Winter is almost over and it’s time for spring cleaning…your house, your car, your closet…and your dental “tool chest.” An artist or musician is only as good as his or her tools and good dental hygiene is no different. Your tools matter. Change up your toothbrush…especially if you had a cold or flu last season.… Read More »

  • Posted on: Mar 15 2016
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Smile – It’s Totally In Your Best Interest – Every Single Day!

Brush, rinse, floss and visit your dentist twice a year. These are the well-known and well-written about basics of good dental care and they are a dental health “given.” Why not add these 6 things to those “givens”…and maintain the brightest, whitest, happiest smile ever: Munch On Crunchy Foods. Eating crunchy, firm, crisp foods like… Read More »

  • Posted on: Feb 15 2016
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Halitosis Diagnosis?

Bad breath. Oh no. You may not even know it…your best friends may not tell you…but Halitosis can hang out, right under your nose, interfering with your closest relationships. Halitosis originates from bacterial gasses which accumulate in your mouth and on your teeth, gums and tongue. These gases contain sulfur, the cause of their nasty… Read More »

  • Posted on: Dec 15 2015
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