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  • A woman sticking out her tongue
    09/03/2021 - Storts Family Dentistry 0 Comments
    Four Tips for Maintaining a Healthy Tongue

    The tongue contains several flexible muscles that allow you to speak, chew, suck, and swallow. With over 10,000 taste buds, the tongue also plays a critical role in helping you taste and enjoy the food you eat.While most people understand the importance of caring for their teeth, it's important to know that oral care goes beyond your pearly whites. Adopting the following dental habits will help protect your tongue and improve the overall health of your mouth.

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  • Multiple sodas in glasses with ice
    05/02/2021 - Storts Family Dentistry 0 Comments
    How Does Soda Affect the Teeth?

    According to Healthy Food America, sugary drinks—including soda—make up nearly half of all added sugars consumed by Americans. While most people know that soda and other sweets aren't good for them, they may not realize the harm that soda can also have on their oral health.

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  • A woman brushing her teeth in the mirror
    14/01/2021 - Storts Family Dentistry 0 Comments
    The Dangers of Plaque to Teeth, Gums, and Overall Health

    Dental plaque is a sticky layer of bacteria that feeds off of sugars from food and drinks, producing harmful acids in the process. Proper dental care is an effective way to minimize plaque, which, if left untreated, can cause major oral damage and lead to lasting health problems. Here's a look at some of the dangers of untreated plaque to teeth, gums, and overall health.

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  • A man in the mirror brushing his teeth
    11/11/2020 - Storts Family Dentistry 0 Comments
    Periodontal Disease Prevention Tips

    In early adulthood, most people's teeth have had to work pretty hard over the years to keep up with their nutritional needs. Healthy gums should maintain a tight fit around the teeth, protecting them from any leftover food or bacteria that can quickly harden and penetrate the gum line.

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  • A dental professional examining a patient with braces
    07/10/2020 - Storts Family Dentistry 0 Comments
    What Are the Causes of Gum Bleeding?

    Occasional bleeding of the gums can be caused by brushing the teeth too aggressively or switching toothbrushes. Frequent bleeding can point to signs of gum disease, gingivitis, or other serious dental or health conditions. Seeing blood rinse down your sink after your morning routine may be alarming at first, but many treatment options are available to help remedy the issue. Here are some of the causes that may contribute to bleeding gums.

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  • 15/11/2019 - Storts Family Dentistry 0 Comments
    Site Launch

    Our new website is finally up. We’ve worked hard to get a beautiful new site ready and we’re proud to show it off. Thanks for reading our blog. We have lots of great blog posts in the works. Please check back or contact us now to find out how we can help you.

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