Dr. William Moore General Dentistry

Women’s Teeth Change During Pregnancy

pregnant women toothache
A women’s body is constantly changing during pregnancy. Hormonal changes and an increase of blood flow can cause swelling, sensitivity in gums while pregnant.  However, only 22 to 34 percent of women in the United States visit a dentist during pregnancy.  In this blog post, we&#
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When Should My Child Start Seeing a Dentist?

Your child’s first visit to the dentist should happen before his or her first birthday. A general rule is six months after eruption of the first tooth. Many first visits are nothing more than introductory icebreakers to get your child familiar with the dentist and the practice.
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How to Floss Your Teeth: Simple Technique, Big Benefits

You hear it every time you visit the dentist, “Do you floss?” And the answer I normally get is, “No”. I can immediately tell when patients floss. But, if I told you flossing you teeth only takes 2 minutes a day and has big benefits to oral health. Yes, it is tr
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