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What does Diabetes Mean for my Teeth?

August 12th, 2013 (No Comments)

People suffering from diabetes have a lot of problems to deal with, and some of these problems have to do with their dental care. Our Federal Way dental clinic cautions diabetic patients to be careful with their teeth, for their condition puts them at greater risk of tooth and gum problems. One of the symptoms […]

Canker Sores

August 5th, 2013 (No Comments)

What are canker sores? How do you get them, and how do you get rid of them? The answers are never easy, because nobody is entirely sure what causes these sores. However, if the pain is bothering you, your Federal Way Dentistry recommends these measures to combat these little nuisances. Canker sores are usually attributed […]

Are Toothpicks a Good Substitute for Floss?

July 22nd, 2013 (No Comments)

Some people like to use a good toothpick or other fancy pick-like device to get in between their teeth. If you ask our Federal Way Dentistry, however, it’s a mistake to try to use a toothpick in place of flossing. Though toothpicks have some small value, it is a truly limited value and one that […]

Causes of Tooth Sensitivity

July 15th, 2013 (No Comments)

Many patients come to our Federal Way Dentistry with concerns about sensitive teeth. It’s a tricky problem, as your sensitivity could just as easily come from too much dental care as it can from poor dental care. Tooth decay and receding gums are both negative factors that can cause your teeth to be sensitive. Brushing […]

How to Stop Grinding

July 8th, 2013 (No Comments)

Are you suffering from bruxism, or teeth-grinding?  Your Federal Way Dentistry can help you get rid of this problem before it takes its toll on your jaw or tooth structure!  Try following these easy tips to rid yourself of bruxism: A lot of grinding is caused by stress.  Identify anything that might be stressing you […]

How Does Mouth-Breathing Affect your Teeth?

July 1st, 2013 (No Comments)

Does your child frequently breathe through his or her mouth? This is fairly common. About half of all children under the age of eight do some mouth-breathing from time to time. If he or she hasn’t grown out of the habit by eight years old, though, it might be wise to bring this to our […]

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