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April 2020
How Your Dentist Can Help with Sleep Apnea

How Your Dentist Can Help with Sleep Apnea

Have you been diagnosed with or ever suspect that you may have Sleep Apnea? There are many symptoms & causes of Sleep Apnea which our experienced staff at Ustick Dental Office is trained to screen for. We can offer a solution to Sleep Apnea to help you sleep & feel better at Ustick Dental!
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March 2020
Why Your Dentist Recommends Using a Waterpik Water Flosser?

Why Your Dentist Recommends Using a Waterpik Water Flosser?

Many dentists recommend using a Waterpik Water Flosser, & for good reason. This tool can help keep your teeth & gums at their best & improve your oral health. Read on to learn more about why a Waterpik Water Flosser is right for you and why we here at Ustick Dental recommend it for your oral health.
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February 2020
Teeth Names - What Are the Four Kinds of Teeth and When Do They Grow In?

Teeth Names - What Are the Four Kinds of Teeth and When Do They Grow In?

Most adults could not tell you what kind of teeth they have. It is important to understand the kind of teeth you have, problems that can affect each type, & why it's important to visit a dentist regularly. The health of your teeth can impact the rest of your body, either positively or negatively.
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January 2020
What Causes Tooth Sensitivity?

What Causes Tooth Sensitivity?

Tooth sensitivity can be uncomfortable & irritating. If consuming hot or cold food & beverages causes pain or discomfort, it’s likely you’re experiencing some form of sensitivity. Tooth sensitivity isn’t uncommon, it can be caused by many different factors, read more Ustick Dental for more info.
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December 2019
Teeth Cavities: Treatment, Causes and How to Tell if You Have One

Teeth Cavities: Treatment, Causes and How to Tell if You Have One

A tooth cavity is a permanently damaged area that becomes a small opening in your tooth. Also known as tooth decay or cavities, it’s often caused by a combination of factors such as poor oral hygiene or a sugary diet. It’s one of the world’s most common oral health problems for kids & teens.
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November 2019
What Are Sealants and Should I Get Them for My Child’s Teeth?

What Are Sealants and Should I Get Them for My Child’s Teeth?

A dental sealant is a kind of paint that dentists apply to the surface of your child's molars. It bonds quickly to all of the contours of the tooth & acts as a protective shield. It prevents bacteria from ever getting a foothold in the small grooves of your child’s molars, where brushing is hard.
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August 2019
When Should My Child Start Going To The Dentist?

When Should My Child Start Going To The Dentist?

On average, children in the US do not visit their family dentist until they are over the age of 2. Most dentists would recommend that you take your child to see a dentist by the time they are 12 months old. Your child should visit the dentist after their first tooth has erupted, if not earlier.
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July 2019
Reasons Why Taking Care Of Your Teeth Now Will Save You Thousands Later

Reasons Why Taking Care Of Your Teeth Now Will Save You Thousands Later

There are many people who will delay their trip to the dentist. However, if you do not see your dentist & take care of your teeth now, it is only going to result in a way more expensive, awkward, & nervous experience in the future when you have bigger, & more expensive, oral health problems.
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June 2019
Is There a Link Between Bad Oral Hygiene and Oral Cancer?

Is There a Link Between Bad Oral Hygiene and Oral Cancer?

Many oral cancer studies have explored the link between bad oral hygiene & oral cancer. It is important to maintain good oral health, as this is linked to several other concerning health conditions. Individuals are more likely to visit the dentist if it helps lower their risk of oral cancer.
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May 2019
Can Periodontal Scaling Cure Periodontal Disease?

Can Periodontal Scaling Cure Periodontal Disease?

If you have periodontal disease, your dentist may suggest a Periodontal scaling or what's known as deep cleaning. Periodontal scaling is not nearly as painful as it sounds. Your dental hygienist or dentist will clean your teeth & remove bacteria from under your gums where it accumulates in pockets.
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