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How Oral Inflammation Affects Your Health

Swollen and painful gums are symptoms of periodontal disease, an inflammatory gum disease. At Artistry in Dentistry in Gilbert AZ we see patients every day who complain about pain and discomfort. Swelling of the gums occurs from an auto-immune response of the body reacting to an infection. Infections are noticeable through pain, redness, and warmth.

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How Often Should I Replace My Toothbrush?

Too many people wait too long to get a new toothbrush, and this can contribute to poor dental health. At Artistry in Dentistry in Gilbert AZ, we recommend a new toothbrush about every three months. How often you replace your toothbrush depends, of course, on how often you use it. We recommend, strongly, that you

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Rather Have A Root Canal?

Have you ever heard the phrase ‘I’d rather have a root canal’ to describe something painful or unpleasant? At Artistry in Dentistry in Gilbert AZ, we perform root canal therapy for our patients and many report minimal discomfort. Root canal procedures have advanced significantly in recent years. For many patients, the procedure is no more

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How Your Lifestyle Affects Your Tooth Color

Most of us would like to have white teeth and a great smile. But discolored or just plain yellow teeth is common, especially in a world of tea and coffee drinkers. At Artistry in Dentistry in Gilbert AZ , we can fix that. Tooth enamel is a little like skin. It has pores that can

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Into The Thick Of It, The Skinny On Toothpaste

At Artistry in Dentistry in Gilbert AZ, we urge all of our patients to brush and floss their teeth at least twice a day. This very good habit is the single most important thing you can do to maintain your dental health. What kind of toothpaste should you use? There is no one-size-fits-all product on

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Everything You Never Wanted To Know About Saliva

In this post from Artistry in Dentistry in Gilbert AZ, we review the complexity and importance of your saliva. Saliva makes some people a little squeamish, but it’s important stuff: a finely balanced body fluid that not only maintains dental health but also helps with the digestion of your food. So, without further ado, here

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Dental Checkup: How Often?

When is the last time you had a dental checkup? At Artistry in Dentistry in Gilbert AZ, we recommend you have one every six months. If you have a higher risk for oral diseases, we recommend every four months. Know The Risk Factors For Oral Problems Most people are in a medium-to-low risk category for

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Regular Cleanings And Heart Health

Visiting Artistry in Dentistry in Gilbert AZ for a dental checkup and cleaning every six months may seem inconvenient sometimes, but you may benefit in ways you’d never imagine. A recent study showed that people who had their teeth professionally cleaned at least once every two years were 24 percent less likely to have a

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Ouch! Are Your Teeth Sensitive?

If you feel tooth sensitivity when you sip coffee or bite into ice cream, Artistry in Dentistry in Gilbert AZ is here for you. Millions of Americans have sensitive teeth. Problems with hot and cold foods and drinks are one of the most common complaints. Tactile issues with biting or chewing hard foods is another.

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Think It’s Not Necessary To Replace Missing Back Teeth?

Sometimes when people lose a back tooth they wonder whether they should bother doing anything about it. After all, the gap doesn’t show when they smile and there are other teeth to do the chewing. Why not leave it be and save some money? Actually, there are several very good reasons to replace a back

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