Should You Worry About Dental X-rays?

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Providing premium dental care is much easier for dentists when they have extensive, comprehensive information about their patients’ oral health. Pictures are more reliable than written notes. To go a step further: pictures that show what’s going on below the visible surface of your teeth are worth even more than a thousand words. So, along…

Does Your Teen Have Unique Dental Challenges?

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The team at Jefferson City Dental Care serving Jefferson City, California, Columbia and Fulton MO wants to discuss teenager oral health and some issues your teen might have. When it comes to oral health, adolescence is a pivotal time. On the upside, the last of the permanent teeth come in providing young men and women with…

The Tea And Teeth Question

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Jefferson City Dental Care serving Jefferson City, California, Columbia and Fulton MO can help you achieve a beautiful smile. Something that might concern you about your smile is stained teeth. You might wonder if you should investigate tooth whitening. A common cause of tooth staining: dark beverages including tea. Over time, tea (and the tannins in tea) builds up…

Healthy Teeth, Healthy Baby

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Jefferson City dental exam during pregnancy

If you or someone you know is pregnant or planning to become pregnant in the near future you will want to pay close attention to this post. Carrying a precious little one can not only consume your time, but it is important to understand that the many changes your body experiences during pregnancy may also…

Is Grandpa Smiling?

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The team at Jefferson City Dental Care wants to discuss how are Americans doing when it comes to the dental health of the 65+ population. The Good News: The rate of decay in the elderly has decreased in the past thirty years.1 The Bad News: 25% of persons age 65+ have no remaining teeth2 Nearly…