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Category Archives: General Dentistry


More Patients Reporting Stress Related Dental Problems

There’s no denying we’re living in stressful times- and it’s not just in our heads. Stress can take its toll on us in different ways throughout the body. For some of us it appears in the form of tension headaches or muscle aches, while others engage in stress-related behaviors that we may not even realize […]


Cancer and Gum Disease

You already know your oral health is important. Poor oral health can lead to cavities, gum disease and worse. That’s why it’s not just important to have a mouth that looks good – you must take care of your oral hygiene, too. After all, what’s the point of investing in a smile makeover if you […]


Quitting Smoking May Increase Cavities

If you’re a cigarette smoker, the single most important thing you can do for both your oral and overall body health is to quit smoking. Unfortunately, that’s usually easier said than done, especially when it comes to some of the ways people have opted to help themselves quit in recent years. Vaping, or the use […]


Time to Upgrade to Resin Fillings?

There are many things from childhood that have gone by the wayside in recent decades. Big, bulky cathode ray televisions, rotary dial phones, and, in many cases, those telltale metal tooth fillings that stood out like a sore thumb. Thankfully, today we have replacements that are even better than the originals. Flat-screen TVs, cell phones […]


Treat tooth sensitivity today!

When patients are ready to indulge in ice cream, they may experience a sensation or discomfort when enjoying their favorite foods. Not only could pain be a sign of a cavity, it may also be an indication of sensitive teeth. Sensitive teeth can occur to anyone, and can make it difficult to enjoy one’s favorite […]


General Dentistry Park City, UT

How to Soothe a Toothache

In between popsicles, cocktails, S’Mores, and fresh fruit, summertime may as well be nicknamed sugar-time. Even if you keep up on your bruising and dental exams, you can still start to experience a toothache. If you start to experience a little bit of pain every time you bite down on something or if you’re dealing […]





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