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Category Archives: At-Home Dental Care

Adult Dental Care: Top Tips for Adults by the Decade

Your teeth were meant to last a lifetime, it’s true. But teeth age, just like the rest of our body, and each new decade we enter is highlighted by different adult dental care concerns. We’ve compiled the top dental help tips for adults so you can get a peek into your dental future and know… Continue Reading >

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Baby Boomer Health: Brush Up on Your Daily Dental Routine!

Most baby boomers – the 75 million Americans born between 1946 and 1964 – are well informed of the importance oral health and good dental health practices. But that doesn’t always mean they’re acting on that information. Baby Boomer Health Services in Parma Heights, Ohio Baby Boomer Health: Good News A recent survey conducted by… Continue Reading >

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What Every Parent Should Know about their Children’s Dental Health

It’s National Children’s Dental Health Month, and in its honor, we thought we’d share the answers to some frequently asked questions for parents concerning their children’s dental health. If you’ve ever wondered how to teach your kids good brushing habits, or at what age to start taking them to the dentist, read on and we’ll answer… Continue Reading >

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How to Improve Your Smile in 5 Simple Steps

Every year, we resolve to make positive changes in our lives, be it with exercise and clean eating, quitting smoking or another bad habit, or simply committing to live a more healthy life in general. However, we frequently overlook one very important part of our overall well-being: our dental health. This year, commit to improve… Continue Reading >

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A Guide to the Best Holiday Foods for Your Teeth

Healthy Foods for Your Teeth The holiday season is upon us, and with it comes seemingly endless food choices, many of which can be harmful to your teeth. While there is nothing wrong with indulging in all of the delicious holiday delights, when it comes to your dental health, it’s best to enjoy them in moderation… Continue Reading >

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The Correlation between Sinus Infections and Toothaches

Ever wonder about the correlation between sinus infections and toothaches? It’s true – not all toothache pain is the same. Some toothaches originate not in the tooth itself, but as a result of a sinus infection. If you find yourself suffering from a toothache and sinus infection at the same time, read on for helpful advice!… Continue Reading >

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Expert Dental Advice: Dental Tips for Special Needs Children

If you’re the parent of a special needs child, it’s important that you pay particular attention to their dental health care. Special needs children are those with chronic physical, developmental, behavioral, or emotional conditions. Special needs kids are at higher risk of dental health problems such as cavities, enamel irregularities, gum and oral infections, delayed… Continue Reading >

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Thinking Outside the Box: 5 Alternatives to Traditional Floss

You’re probably used to getting asked during your dental visits if you are flossing regularly. Dental professionals consider daily flossing a critical part of good dental hygiene. Maybe you’re one of the many people who recognize that fact, but find flossing with traditional string floss a challenge. Fortunately, there are a number of floss alternatives… Continue Reading >

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Do Tongue Piercings Damage Your Teeth?

Tongue Piercing and Teeth: According to a study published in the Journal of Periodontology, tongue piercings lead to an increased number of dental and mouth problems. Researchers studied 52 young adults with pierced tongues and discovered that extended wear of both long and short barbell tongue jewelry causes receding gums and chipped teeth. Which Tongue… Continue Reading >

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Protect Your Teeth: Exploring the Types of Mouthguards

  Even though we have come a long way with dental restoration technologies, nothing compares to your natural smile. Here at Kenneth J. Wolnik, DDS. , we encourage all of our patients to take preventative measures to protect their teeth. In this blog we will discuss the different types of mouthguards available. Types of Mouthguards… Continue Reading >

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