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Oral anatomy, like many other parts of the body, is quite fascinating. Every tooth is unique and no two are the same. Historically, people have tried to care for their dental health for thousands of years. Fortunately, modern oral healthcare is effective and widely accessible....

When you fail to produce sufficient saliva, you are suffering from xerostomia (dry mouth). We need saliva to act as a natural rinse to wash away food particles, assist in digestion, allow us to taste foods, speak clearly, and very importantly to help prevent decay...

Did you know there are more ways to restore teeth than with just fillings? Other common types of restorations include inlays, onlays, and dental crowns. Our dentist will determine the best type of restoration for your needs. A restoration is meant to treat existing damage...