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April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month

April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month

How often do you use your mouth in a day? How often do you eat, drink, or speak? How often do you smile? These sound like silly questions, right? But we often underestimate and undervalue the importance of our mouths and oral care. This is probably why oral cancer is often overlooked until it is, […]

11 Tips for a Healthy Mouth

11 Tips for a Healthy Mouth

If you want to keep smiling with a healthy and well functioning set of pearly whites, follow these easy tips to help you keep your teeth healthy. 1. Brush at least twice a day. The best time to brush teeth is at the start and end of each day or after meals. Choose a toothbrush […]

Common Dry Mouth Causes in Adults

Common Dry Mouth Causes in Adults

Having a dry mouth can be uncomfortable, but you can usually solve this problem by drinking water. However, xerostomia, a condition that causes sufferers to experience constant dry mouth, does affect some of the population. Many of the causes of xerostomia are relatively benign, but it can be a cause for concern in certain situations. […]

Caring for Oral Health During Cold and Flu Season

Caring for Oral Health During Cold and Flu Season

The winter season is upon us, which often means dealing with potential health issues. Colds, flus, and winter woes galore are all aspects of this season that may pose difficulties. It’s important, however, to remember that your teeth can be affected, too. Teeth are very sensitive and exposing them to extremely cold weather can cause […]

Is Your Holiday Feast Good for Your Teeth

Is Your Holiday Feast Good for Your Teeth?

The food that surrounds the holiday season is, no doubt, delicious! But don’t forget that all of the foods you eat do have an affect on your teeth, and it’s important to be aware of what you’re eating. This blog will list some of the most common holiday foods and their effect on your teeth. […]

How to Avoid Tartar Buildup

How to Avoid Tartar Buildup

Tartar is hardened dental plaque that affects almost 68% of adults. Tartar buildup is a major problem, as it can lead to bad breath, gingivitis, and cavities. If you continue to allow tartar to build up on your teeth, you may eventually need to have teeth removed or capped. It is best to take good […]

Tips for Keeping Your Toothbrush Clean

Tips for Keeping Your Toothbrush Clean

If you know how important it is to practice good hygiene, you most likely brush your teeth at least twice a day. However, you could be inadvertently harming your teeth if you aren’t keeping your toothbrush as clean as it could be. Many people leave their brushes exposed to harmful bacteria, which may have a […]

Common Dry Mouth Causes in Adults

Common Dry Mouth Causes in Adults

Nobody enjoys having a dry mouth, but you can usually solve the problem by simply drinking some water. However, some suffer from constant dry mouth, which is a condition known as xerostomia. While some of the causes of xerostomia are relatively benign, it can also be a cause for concern in certain situations. If you […]

How Long Do Dental Fillings Last

How Long Do Dental Fillings Last

You may be surprised to know that dental filling actually do NOT last forever. Just like veneers, dental fillings are durable but they get worn out overtime. It is important for you to regularly make appointments with Dr. Kassel for check ups on your fillings. What Is A Dental Filling A dental filling is also […]


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