Oral Health Care Damage Control: Bruxism

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Ranking your oral health care often depends on checking for any underlying disorders that may be present. This includes the presence of conditions such as bruxism. Bruxism is an oral health disorder in which you tend to grind or gnash your teeth while sleeping. This can lead to damage to your teeth, gums, cheeks, and… Read more »

Foods That Threaten Your Teeth and Smile

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Did you know sticky and chewy foods are hazardous to your oral health? Well, it’s true! When most people think of sticky and chewy foods, gummy worms, sour candies, gum, and taffy treats come to mind. However, did you know that any sticky and chewy food with sugar can be hazardous to your oral health?… Read more »

The Right Foods for a Healthy Pregnancy

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There’s no more vital time to eat right than when you’re expectant, since what you eat can greatly impact the health of your growing baby. By consuming the right kinds of foods, you will help your baby grow stronger, healthier teeth. You can use the tips below to ensure your food choices are the right… Read more »

Silly Easter Photo Contest!

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Happy Easter! Here at Three Sixty Dentistry, we love getting into the spirit of this fun holiday. This year, Rose’s mom made a fantastic bunny head mask. We invite all to come into our office and have a photo taken wearing the bunny head. Strike your funniest pose when you have your photoshoot because the… Read more »

A Quick Quiz for National Pet Dental Health Month

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Do you have a dog or cat or another well-loved pet? February is National Pet Dental Health Month. Did you know, your pet’s dental health is an important part of your pet’s overall health? Well, it’s true! So, that brings us to the question of what is your canine dental care know-how? Test it out… Read more »

Understanding EvoraPro®

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Dr. Brian T. Edwards and our skilled dental team understand the powerful connection between the health of the mouth and the health of the body. Pain in the mouth often leads to overall feelings of ill health, and some oral diseases can lead to diseases elsewhere. We are dedicated to your oral health, which is… Read more »

How Dental Care Can Be Linked to Your Overall Health

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Did you know that dental care can be linked to your overall health? Well, it’s true! For many dentists, the mouth is a mirror of the overall health. The oral cavity can reflect disease in other parts in the body and it can also indicate a wide range of diseases, including chicken pox, mononucleosis, and… Read more »