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7 Reasons Why Teeth Are More Sensitive In The Winter
November 28, 2020

The winter season is filled with holidays and cozy nights curled up by a fire, but the colder months can also be filled with health challenges that you may not experience at other times of the year. Your teeth expand and contract in response to extreme heat and cold. Over time, this can lead to […]

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5 Lifestyle Factors That Can Lead To Teeth Grinding
November 14, 2020

Teeth grinding, or bruxism, is an involuntary habit that causes destructive effects in the mouth and other facial structures, and it is a condition that affects individuals at any age. People are often made aware of the fact that they are grinding their teeth in different ways. Whether it’s by being told by your partner, […]

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What Is Tooth Enamel (and How It Gets Damaged!)
October 29, 2020

Your teeth are an incredible part of your body, and they are capable of amazing things. Teeth make it possible for you to chew and ingest solid foods, in addition to many other things, so long as they’re in working order. Read on to learn all about tooth enamel, how it gets damaged, and what […]

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10 Hydrating Foods That Are Great For Your Teeth
October 14, 2020

It’s no secret that drinking water is great for your health. Our bodies are made up of 60% water, so staying hydrated helps your system to distribute healthy nutrients, eliminate waste, keeps your muscles moving, and it’s even great for your teeth. Incorporating more water into your diet is one of the best things you […]

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Finding Permanent Relief From Tooth Sensitivity
September 13, 2020

Experiencing tooth sensitivity is incredibly common. In fact, according to the Journal of American Dentistry, roughly 1 in 8 people suffer from the discomfort that accompanies sensitive teeth. Many assume that their sensitivity results from genetics; however, there are specific factors that often trigger tooth sensitivity, and it’s not an irreversible condition. Hinsdale Dentistry is […]

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Common Factors That Contribute To Tooth Sensitivity
September 13, 2020

Experiencing tooth sensitivity can be painful and life-altering. While there are various types and levels, sensitivity tends to be most noticeable when the teeth are exposed to something hot or cold, or while enjoying something sweet or sour. To effectively treat tooth sensitivity, you must first understand the leading causes behind the painful condition. Read […]

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The Truth About Mercury Fillings
August 14, 2020

Concerns over the safety of old mercury amalgam fillings have increased as many patients focus more on their overall health and well-being. At one point, these silver fillings were your only option if you needed a restoration treatment from tooth decay. However, most dental practices no longer offer amalgam billings, partly due to associated health […]

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Is Your Snoring a Sign of a Bigger Health Issue?
August 14, 2020

Snoring, without any other symptoms, does not usually indicate a severe health issue. After all, snoring is simply a “turbulent” flow of air through the nasal passages and the airway. This turbulence causes the soft tissues of the nose, palate, and throat to vibrate, which makes a rasping sound. That being said, snoring can be […]

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5 Tips To Make Invisalign Attachments Less Obvious
July 13, 2020

Invisalign is the most comfortable way to correct teeth misalignment. The entire Invisalign treatment process is almost undetectable to those around you because it’s made from a merely transparent material. Some treatment plans will require attachments, which are small dots that stick to your teeth’ surface to ensure your teeth shift more efficiently. If you’re […]

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An essential part of maintaining excellent dental health is brushing your teeth twice a day for a full two minutes. Unfortunately, many people are unaware that the toothbrush they’ve chosen may be detrimental to their oral health. After all, with all of the toothbrushes available on the market today, ranging from soft to hard bristles, […]

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5 Easy Ways To Add Fluoride Into Your Daily Routine
June 13, 2020

Fluoride is nicknamed “nature’s cavity fighter” for a reason. This naturally occurring compound substantially reduces the chance of developing cavities. It is critical that you consume just enough fluoride for your dental health needs without overdoing it. Here are five easy ways to add fluoride into your daily routine to ensure you are getting the […]

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A gummy smile can be aesthetically unpleasing for several reasons, and those who are self-conscious about their grin often try to cover their mouths when they laugh or smile to avoid showing their teeth. Don’t let a gummy smile prevent you from being the most confident version of yourself, and find a solution with aesthetic […]

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What Your Tongue Can Tell You About Your Health
May 24, 2020

The look and feel of your tongue can sometimes indicate symptoms of other health conditions, such as diabetes, vitamin deficiencies, and even scarlet fever. Our tongues play a crucial role in our ability to taste and swallow food. Additionally, your tongue can provide your dentist with clues to both your oral health and your overall […]

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We’re Baaaack!
May 18, 2020

We’re happy to announce that we are back open for new and existing patients and all dental procedures as of Monday, May 18th! We look forward to seeing you. Here are some of the precautions we’re taking to ensure patient safety!

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There are few things worse than waking up with an aching tooth and a pit in your stomach with the feeling that something is wrong with your oral health. To make matters worse, the coronavirus pandemic may have you feeling concerned about whether or not you will be able to visit your dentist for emergency […]

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All children are born with primary teeth, or more commonly referred to as baby teeth. On average, 60% of children will experience some level of tooth decay that affects their baby teeth, and while these teeth are temporary, preventative dentistry is still necessary to repair cavities. Left untreated, cavities, and tooth decay can cause immediate […]

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Fighting Cavities and Gum Disease With Red Wine
April 13, 2020

There are plenty of reasons to love a satisfying glass of Merlot or a sophisticated Cabernet. From taking the edge off to pouring yourself a glass after a long day of work, a glass of wine is not considered a bad option. Active compounds and antioxidants in red wine have been found to bring many […]

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Cosmetic Dentistry For Kids
March 22, 2020

For most children, regular check-ups, cleanings, and minor restorative procedures are the only treatments that they will need. However, cosmetic dentistry treatments can be necessary for some kids, and these procedures can provide significant benefits. Extensive tooth decay, chipping, or severely discolored teeth should all be addressed to prevent future damage from occurring. A badly […]

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Coronavius Safety Update
March 17, 2020

UPDATE 5/11/20 – We will reopen with our regular hours for all patients and treatments on Monday, May 18th. UPDATE 4/30/20 – We are currently open for emergencies and accepting new patient advance booking requests. We will update you as soon as we are able to reopen with normal hours. We have infection control measures […]

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Influenza season is once again upon us, and it can sometimes feel as if everyone around you is getting sick. Those who follow basic hygiene habits, including washing your hands, avoiding contact with your face, and getting the flu shot, can make a significant difference in avoiding getting sick. If you are unlucky enough to […]

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