Although dentures are different than natural teeth, they still require a similar care routine to keep them looking nice and pearly white! We’ve put together some tips for you to use to keep your dentures, whether partial or full, as clean as can be. Rinse after eating – Just like a teen or adult would do […]
Tips for getting your kids to develop great oral hygiene habits! It’s tough to get kids into a consistent oral hygiene schedule. Here are some helpful hints that may ease the struggle of getting your kids to brush those chompers: Show and tell – You are your kids’ biggest role model, so let your kids watch you brush […]
Common causes for extraction during adulthood Maybe you were one of those lucky kids who had all of their baby teeth just fall out without trying. Or maybe, you were the one tying floss around your tooth and slamming the door to yank those suckers out. Either way, now you have permanent teeth that you never […]
The toothpaste aisle can be a daunting place, but fear not! Choosing the right toothpaste is simple with a little direction. Most toothpaste contains fluoride, which is highly recommended for cavity prevention. The amount of fluoride in toothpaste determines its cavity-fighting ability; if you are prone to cavities, choose toothpaste with a higher concentration of […]
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When the pain is real and time matters, you need a hero. Tooth Hurty, staring Dr. James Gabhart.
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If you can’t tell from our videos, our team at Dr. Gabhart’s office loves to have a good time at work. Even so, we understand that some of our patients aren’t quite as thrilled to go to the dentist. We recognize that a trip to the dentist can create a lot of anxiety for some people. […]
“Who has two thumbs and is ready for his dentist appointment? THIS GUY!” Schedule your next appointment with Gabhart Family Dentistry and find out if Sedation Dentistry is for you.
Stress and anxiety affect us in many ways. They can impact physical health by increasing risk of heart disease and stroke, disrupting sleep, causing headaches, decreasing energy levels for exercise, and leading to depression. But, have you considered how they could also affect your teeth? Here are a couple things you need to know: *Periodontal […]