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At Cottonwood Dental Group, we aim to not only provide excellent, comprehensive dental services, but also to educate our patients about proper dental care. We want to help you by giving you the information that you need to maintain the health and beauty of your teeth. Read our blog posts today.

Cracked Tooth Syndrome Treatment Options

You may have a very commonly occurring problem in one of your with or without restorations may exhibit this problem, but teeth restored with a typical silver alloy (filling) restoration are the more susceptible. When fillings become “too large” crowns are recommended to reduce the risk of fracture. Typical Signs and Symptoms of Cracked Tooth

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Time to Brush Up on Your Brushing Basics For Healthier Teeth

Brushing Basics You’ve probably been brushing your teeth for as long as you remember, but are you doing it the right way by following brushing basics? That’s right – when it comes to brushing, there’s a right way and a wrong way. In fact, most Americans make at least one mistake in their tooth-brushing regimen. Let’s

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Why Regular Dental Checkups Are So Important

You’ve heard that you should see the dentist every six months or so, but why is that? There are multiple reasons why regular dental checkups are important—for both your oral health and your overall health. Read on as our Cottonwood Dental team offers some perspective. We Can Clean Where You Can’t While we all like to

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Should I have a Fluoride Treatment at my next Dental Visit?

90 / 100 Powered by Rank Math SEO Getting optimal fluoride is the most effective way to prevent cavities. Although our water is fluoridated to safe and optimal levels, many of us are not receiving adequate doses of fluoride to prevent caries (cavities). Whether you have made the switch to bottled or filtered water, using

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Learn The Best Health Resolutions You Can Make for Your Teeth

It’s hard to believe, but December is here! Soon enough, we’ll flip the calendar to a brand-new year. For many of us, the new year means new resolutions to eat healthier or exercise more. But those healthy resolutions could also include your teeth. We have a few suggestions for goals you can add to your 2021

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