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Relentless Sinusitis? Visit your Dentist in Naperville

Posted on May 28th, 2021 by NCManage

Tooth Decay and Frequent Sinus Infections Because of their close proximity to each other, your sinuses can cause a toothache and an infection in your teeth can cause a sinus infection. The latter is what we will focus on here – as your family dentist in Naperville, IL discusses how dental problems can cause a […]

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How to Lessen Your Risk for Gum Disease

Posted on April 14th, 2021 by NCManage

The importance of brushing, flossing, and scheduling regular checkups with your general dentist in Naperville cannot be understated. Nevertheless, other factors such as lifestyle choices and even genetics significantly impact aspects of your oral health. Therefore, it is important to keep these risk factors in mind when it comes to proactively protecting your dental health. […]

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Make Oral Health a Priority in 2021 – Part II

Posted on January 31st, 2021 by NCManage

Now that you understand how your overall health is affected by your oral health, let us take a few minutes to learn what you can do to improve your oral hygiene routine. As resolutions go, this is a simple one to stay on track with – and most people would agree that spending an extra […]

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Make Oral Health a Priority in 2021 – Part I

Posted on January 20th, 2021 by NCManage

If 2020 taught us anything, it is that we have extraordinarily little control over many things. In contrast, our oral health is something we have almost complete control over. Therefore, if you are thinking about what you can do differently this year to improve your overall health, making oral health a priority is one thing […]

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What To Do if Your Tooth is Knocked Out

Posted on November 4th, 2020 by NCManage

Accidents happen, and sometimes an accident results in a tooth being knocked out. This is a dental emergency. You only have between 30 and 60 minutes to save the tooth/teeth that have been knocked out (avulsed). Speed is of the essence because the tissues of the tooth are damaged and will require a professional to […]

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