For most of us, dry mouth is a relatively rare inconvenience. For some, however, frequent dry mouth can be a painful condition that leads to other health problems. Read our blog post to help you decide whether the dry mouth you experience is normal or if it’s something you should discuss with us.
Phantom tooth pain, a condition where patients who recently had a tooth extracted start experiencing pain where the tooth used to be, can be a side effect of oral surgery. Read our blog post for some of the signs of phantom tooth pain and the ways we treat it.
Sometimes, finding a dentist you trust can be difficult. We want the opportunity to earn the trust of you and your family as your dental care providers. Read our blog post for information on our team, services and financing options. Stop in anytime to meet our team!
With the cold weather settled in, you may have noticed pain in your teeth that wasn’t there before. Read our blog post to learn about what you can do to help alleviate your cold weather tooth sensitivity. Need to schedule an exam or cleaning? Call Edgewater Dental Arts today to make your appointment.
At Edgewater Dental Arts, our team can take care of most of your dental care needs right here in our Edgewater dental office. Check out our blog post to learn about when you should see a dental specialist to take care of more specific needs. Contact us today if you have dental concerns!
Are you on the lookout for a new dental office in Edgewater, MD? There are a number of ways to find the right dentist for you, but it’s ultimately most important that the dentist you choose can meet your smile needs. Read our blog post to help you decide on a dentist! Call Edgewater Dental Arts to learn more about our treatments and schedule a visit.
Gum recession is more common than you probably think, and if you suffer from it you may wonder if your gums can grow back. There are some ways to reverse minor gum recession, but if yours is severe, you may need to visit our team for a gum repair procedure. Read our blog post to learn about what causes gums to recede. We also explain how to prevent and treat gum recession. Contact us with more questions about your oral health!
Popping a breath mint into your mouth after a meal is common practice for many of us, but are mints actually good for your teeth? That depends on if it’s sugar-free! Read our blog post to learn about how sugarless mints can freshen your breath, prevent cavities, and stop tooth decay.
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