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13 New Year’s’ Resolutions for Your Teeth

With 2021 right around the corner, you have likely started thinking about all the great things to come in the next year. One of the ways to kick-start the new year is by starting a New Year’s Resolution list. If you’re considering a New Year’s resolution this year, there are many that you can [...]

By |December 7th, 2020|Preventative Dentistry|Comments Off on 13 New Year’s’ Resolutions for Your Teeth

Protect Your Teeth from Coke with These 5 Strategies

Here in Soda City (or Cola Town), we love an iced cold coke just as much as any American. Since a lot of Americans are working from home, they might feel more inclined to head to the kitchen to grab a coke repeatedly throughout the day. Unfortunately, sipping coke all day isn’t the best [...]

By |August 4th, 2020|Preventative Dentistry|Comments Off on Protect Your Teeth from Coke with These 5 Strategies

Canker Sores Aren’t a Disease, They’re a Symptom

If you’ve ever had a canker sore, you’re not alone — around 20% of the general population gets these occasional mouth ulcers. And while they may be benign, they’re still unpleasant. The sores can appear on the inner cheeks, lips, or even the soft palate and they’re painful, particularly when touched. If your sores [...]

By |June 29th, 2020|Preventative Dentistry|Comments Off on Canker Sores Aren’t a Disease, They’re a Symptom

Strengthening the Link between Gum Disease and Alzheimer’s

Oral health is an important component of your overall health. That’s why it’s important to visit your dentist regularly to make sure you are getting the proper preventive dental care to combat oral diseases like cavities and gum disease. We continue to learn more serious effects of these problems on  your overall [...]

By |May 20th, 2020|Preventative Dentistry|Comments Off on Strengthening the Link between Gum Disease and Alzheimer’s

Are You Having a Dental Emergency?

Due to COVID-19, Smile Columbia Dentistry is currently open for all dental emergencies. You might be wondering what exactly is considered a dental emergency? Usually, if there’s any sort of physical damage, severe pain, swelling, or bleeding, it’s likely an emergency. If it’s just a cosmetic problem, it can wait. Find out what’s [...]

By |April 1st, 2020|Preventative Dentistry|Comments Off on Are You Having a Dental Emergency?
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