Chipped Teeth – A Guide

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When you chip a tooth, it’s normal to be freaked out. After all, a chipped tooth really puts a dent in your smile. On top of the literal dent, there’s also the dent to your self-esteem that happens when your teeth aren’t in as great of shape as you’d like.... Read more »

Your Teeth and Braces

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Braces are a time-honored tradition of growing up. If you didn’t have to get braces in high school, you probably heard all about how lucky you were from your friends. That’s where our team here at Gentle Family Dentistry & Orthodontics in Cedar City, Utah can help. We’re knowledgeable about... Read more »

How Does a Professional Dental Examination Benefit Me?

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Our dentist, Dr. Sage White, would like to help you better understand why your dental checkups are vital for your oral health and smile. They are vital because they can benefit you in a myriad of ways. Today, they would like to explain how the exam portion of your appointments... Read more »

The Balance Between Prescriptions and Oral Health

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Many Americans are using some kind of medication or prescription drug. This can vary depending on a person’s age, sex, health and physical condition. However, these have an interference on your dental health care that is often ignored. You may wonder why your dentist needs to know about your birth... Read more »

Solving the Mystery of Your Bad Breath Problem

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Are you trying to solve the mystery of your bad breath? If so, then you have come to the right place! Our staff here at Gentle Family Dentistry & Orthodontics in Cedar City, Utah, is happy to give you some insight into solving the mystery of how bad breath, also... Read more »

TMJ Disorder: Symptoms

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You may know that there are a number of factors that can influence your oral health, but have you heard that common issues might also have a negative impact on your oral health? For instance, did you know that the medicines you take, the foods you eat, and your age... Read more »