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what does oral cancer look like?
added on: April 12, 2023

April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month, a time when healthcare professionals come together to raise awareness of this sometimes deadly condition.Oral cancer isn’t necessarily a death sentence and can often be treated successfully when it’s caught early. Of course, your dentist in St. Joseph wants to do everything we can… Read More…


how does nutrition affect oral health?
added on: March 27, 2023

What we put into our bodies can certainly affect how we feel and how healthy we are overall. But eating the right foods can not only fuel your body, but it can also enhance your oral health. During this National Nutrition Month, your dentist in St. Joseph dentist wants to… Read More…


does green beer stain your teeth? 
added on: March 13, 2023

Some of the most common ways people celebrate St. Patrick’s Day are by wearing a bunch of green, maybe going to a parade, and oftentimes, drinking beer. It’s also likely that you’ll be able to find many bars and restaurants serving green beer, after all, this is one of the… Read More…


how painful is it to get a dental implant? 
added on: February 28, 2023

One of the best ways to replace a missing tooth, or even several missing teeth, is by getting dental implants. A surgical procedure that requires several steps, dental implants are permanent tooth replacement options that not only restore the appearance of a full smile but also the function of tooth… Read More…


how quickly can you whiten your teeth? 
added on: February 14, 2023

It’s incredibly common to want to have the whitest smile possible. In fact, 80% of Americans between 18 and 49 reported that they’d like to have whiter teeth. Even if you brush and floss your teeth religiously, everyday things like your morning cup of coffee can cause tooth discoloration. But… Read More…


4 reasons to see your dentist in st. joseph regularly
added on: January 31, 2023

When life’s busy, it’s easy to overlook your dental health. But the truth is, seeing your dentist in St. Joseph regularly can help catch and treat small concerns before they have a chance to develop into more serious problems. Maintaining dental visits every six months should be an important part of… Read More…


wisdom teeth removal recovery
added on: January 20, 2023

Your wisdom teeth are the molars farthest back in your mouth, and they are the last ones to erupt. Usually, wisdom teeth show up between the age of 17 and 21, but they can pop up sooner, later, or not at all. Many times your dentist in St. Joseph will recommend… Read More…


how to get rid of mouth ulcers
added on: December 26, 2022

Mouth ulcers can pop up for any number of reasons, and most of the time, they’re nothing to be worried about. But that doesn’t change the fact that they can be annoying and painful, causing you to want to find the best way to get rid of mouth ulcers quickly…. Read More…


tips to protect teeth during illness
added on: December 17, 2022

From sniffles and coughs to sore throats and fevers, there are plenty of telltale signs that cold and flu season is among us. Unfortunately, December through February is typically prime time for a cold or the flu to affect your family, and we’re just now starting to enter that time… Read More…


how can you tell if someone has gum disease?
added on: November 27, 2022

Gum disease is one of the many oral health conditions that can affect other parts of the body. It’s a potentially serious infection that can lead to anything from tooth loss to cardiovascular diseases. Gum disease can’t be reversed by your dentist in St. Joseph in its more advanced stages, so… Read More…


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