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Year: 2020

Year: 2020

Home Care for Your Teeth: The Ultimate Guide to Maintaining A Happy and Healthy Mouth

Our Highlands Ranch Dental office wants you to maintain your beautiful smile. Your home care routine is the most important factor in maintaining your smile. Not only will it keep your teeth pearly white but will help prevent or minimize oral disease including caries (cavities), gingivitis, and gum disease. What products should I be using …

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What to Know About Taking Care of Your Teeth During Pregnancy

If you’ve just learned you’re expecting, you probably have lots of things on your mind. You’re thinking ahead to your child’s nursery, wondering what pediatrician to choose, and worrying about whether you’re doing all you can to keep yourself and your baby healthy.One thing you may not consider. Your dental health—and your child’s dental health. …

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Is Gum Disease Making You Sick?

Gum disease is a significant dental disease. It is estimated that 8/10 people suffer from some sort of gum disease. Gum Disease can be as simple as gingivitis (swollen or bleeding gums) to something more complex as periodontal disease (loss of bone around teeth). Our Highlands Ranch dental office wants you to know that gum …

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4 Tips for Dealing with Dry Mouth

Everyone experiences a dry mouth occasionally, but when it is occurring persistently, it can be a sign of a more serious issue.Read on as our Cottonwood Dental team looks at what dry mouth is—and tips for dealing with dry mouth effects. What Is Dry Mouth? It is just what it sounds like! Dry mouth is the feeling …

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Tooth Care During Pregnancy.

Pregnancy is a magical time in any expecting mother’s life. Your OB may have discussed their recommendations to help your baby grow happy and healthy. But did you know that your mouth and oral hygiene play a vital role in your baby’s development? Studies have shown mothers with poor oral hygiene and oral disease are …

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Are Dental Implants Right for You?

Do you or a loved one have missing or badly broken teeth? Then dental implants might be a good option for restoring a beautiful and healthy smile! Let’s take a look at what exactly dental implants are and what sort of benefits they can provide. Dental Implants Defined Let’s start by defining dental implants. There are …

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Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19)

To all our Cottonwood Dental family, we want to take a minute to address what is on everyone’s mind – COVID-19. We believe it is our role and responsibility during this time to prioritize two things: the health and well-being of our patients and team while also playing a constructive role in supporting local health …

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Ways to Achieve Fresher Breath

Bad breath is a common problem that plagues all of us from time to time. However, as many as 30% of people experience daily bad breath—and finding a solution can be a real struggle. But it doesn’t have to be. Let’s examine the common causes of bad breath and the solutions that work! Common Causes Almost everyone …

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Baby teeth are important too!

Baby Teeth… Do they just fall out? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, tooth decay or cavities is the most common chronic condition of childhood and responsible for the most absences from school. In addition, the American Dental Association states that children with tooth decay are more likely to have tooth decay …

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