Are Childhood Cavities Inevitable?

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While it’s true that children will eventually lose their baby teeth, that doesn’t mean you can neglect their dental health. Cavities in baby teeth are not inevitable, and parents should instill good dental care habits in their children. That includes understanding the importance of checkups at The Sugar House Dentist in Salt Lake City. Dental…

Is It Growing In Your Mouth?

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Plaque is that filmy stuff that forms on teeth. Since it is caused by the breakdown of the foods we eat, plaque formation is a constant process. And that’s why we keep reminding our patients to brush and floss twice a day, at The Sugar House Dentist in Salt Lake City. The plaque process goes…

A Youthful Smile At Any Age

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Aging is an unavoidable fact of life. While some of the challenges that come with it cannot be avoided, others can. At The Sugar House Dentist in Salt Lake City, we help patients of all ages with their dental health issues. Many dental problems that are common with aging include missing teeth, gum recession, tooth damage,…

Hiccups In Your Dental Routine

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The most common times people brush their teeth are morning and night, either before or after breakfast, after dinner, or at bedtime. But sometimes hiccups in the schedule can knock you off a well-established routine. At The Sugar House Dentist in Salt Lake City, we have some thoughts on that. Sometimes after dinner isn’t super…

Why Visit The Dentist?

Why Visit The Dentist?

At The Sugar House Dentist in Salt Lake City, we want to see each one of our patients for a cleaning and checkup twice a year. Most of the time we try to schedule your next appointment even as you leave the office from your latest one. There are some very good reasons for that.…

Persistent Dry Mouth?

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Dry mouth is a condition in which your salivary glands don’t produce enough saliva, leaving you with a persistent dry feeling in your mouth. If you experience this, be sure to tell us at The Sugar House Dentist in Salt Lake City. The medical term for dry mouth is xerostomia, which is pronounced zero-STOE-me-uh. It’s…

Dead Or Just Sick?

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Since teeth don’t grow and the enamel is not made of living cells, it’s easy to forget that teeth are alive. We are reminded when we have a toothache, or sudden sensitivity to hot or cold food. Like other organs, teeth need a blood supply to stay alive and healthy. At The Sugar House Dentist…