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Crowns Vs. Fillings: What’s the Difference?

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Like anything else in our bodies, our teeth and gums age. Genetics also plays a role in our dental health, and some people experience more decay, such as gum disease and cavities. When discussing cavity treatment options with your dentist at Dobson Ranch Dental Care, it’s easy to confuse fillings and crowns. Unfortunately, these terms […]

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4 Signs You Need Restorative Dental Care

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One of our goals here at Dobson Ranch Dental Care is to ensure that you love your smile. To achieve this goal, restorative dentistry is often the answer. With a restorative dental procedure and care, we can correct unhealthy tooth or gum problems. We achieve these goals by replacing damaged or unhealthy teeth with alternatives […]

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4 Vitamins That Support Your Dental Health

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The fun part about aging is all the new experiences you have, and all the people you meet. The downside is that you start to notice all the years of life on your body, including your teeth and gums. While you might have enjoyed all the fabulous food and drinks, you may not have always […]

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5 Tips for Dental Bridge Care

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If you have a couple of teeth missing and aren’t ready for dentures or implants, a dental bridge is your solution.  A dental bridge is a false tooth, or pontic, held in place by teeth on either side of the gap. Bridges are perfect for restoring your smile and bite, and help you regain confidence. […]

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3 Ways to Slow Down Aging with Dental Care

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They say that the eyes are the windows to the soul, but at Dobson Ranch Dental Care, we believe smiles reflect self-worth. Taking care of your teeth is just as important as taking care of your body and mind. As we age, our teeth can discolor, chip, and wear down. It’s also not uncommon for […]

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5 Facts About Oral Cancer

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April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month, so we’re going to talk about some of the key facts of this devastating disease. Getting older means there are significant changes to your health, including your oral health. Sometimes they’re normal changes, and other times, these changes are a significant health risk. Oral cancer is one of those […]

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The 4 Stages of Periodontal Disease

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As the years go by, our bodies begin to show signs of our age. We may start to notice more aches and pains in our muscles and joints. Other signs of age also appear in our mouths in the form of periodontal disease. If you’ve neglected your oral health care throughout the years, you are […]

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5 Facts about TMJ Disorders

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The older we get, the more body aches and pains we begin to have. Jaw pain is often one of these common issues for older individuals. Not only can severe pain cause migraines, but it can also prevent you from enjoying everyday life. Still, there is hope for people suffering from pain associated with the […]

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3 Ways Dentures Can Improve Your Life

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Growing old can be frustrating, especially if you struggle with your oral health. Many seniors experience some sort of oral health concern at some point. One of the most common concerns for people as they age is tooth decay, leading to tooth loss and eventually dentures. If you’re embarrassed about your oral health, don’t be. […]

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4 Ways to Soothe a Toothache

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Tooth pain can come out of nowhere or build up slowly. When it comes to finding a remedy, you’ll need to identify what’s causing your discomfort. Sometimes, it’s as simple as food stuck between your gums, which can easily be fixed with flossing. However, other causes of toothaches can include severe cavities and tooth decay. […]

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