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Oral Wellness For Infants

What dental problems could a baby have so young? Dental problems can begin early so it is crucial to implement habits in your home to prevent these issues. A big concern for infants is nursing or baby bottle tooth decay. Your baby risks decay when he or she nurses from a bottle of milk, formula,…

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Why Dental Care Involves Taking X-Rays

Many different teeth and tissue diseases are hard to see and dental radiography (x-rays) allow our dentists to get a good look inside your mouth to make sure you are safe from issues like decay, infections, gum disease, and certain types of tumors. Dental care is very important, and x-rays are a big part of that.…

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Your Children’s Teeth

Finding a dentist worthy of your child’s care can be a difficult task. Children, alongside many adults, tend to have second thoughts about going to the dentist and parents worry about their children’s safety and welfare. At Eagle Rock Dental Care we care about your children, their welfare, and your peace of mind. We work hard…

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Food for a Healthy Smile

We all know that sugar causes cavities, and that sugar is in a large amount of the food available to us, but let’s talk about the healthy types of food that will help you and your family keep a healthy mouth and a healthy smile. Our Mouths Our mouths are home to a great deal…

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Laser Dentistry

What is a Dental Laser? A laser is an intense beam of light energy in a very narrow beam. The laser can be used to remove and/or shape tissue around your teeth. That tissue could be anything from your gums to muscle tissue. It can also be used to treat infections or whiten your teeth.…

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What is Gingivitis?

Gingivitis means inflammation of the gums. Bacteria is the common cause. In the form of plaque, bacteria covers your teeth and infects your gums. Gingivitis is less destructive than periodontitis, but if left untreated, gingivitis can progress to become periodontitis. Causes The most common cause of gingivitis is bacterial plaque building up on and around…

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What is Tooth Extraction?

Tooth Extraction Tooth extraction is most commonly performed on an individual who has experienced trauma to their head or mouth that may have cracked or caused serious damage to their teeth. Extraction may also be required if there is an infection in a tooth due to decay or other reasons. Trauma can be caused in a…

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