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Exercise: Good for the Body, Bad for Teeth?
added on: July 21, 2017
woman exercising

Throughout the past few years, there have been several studies that provide conflicting information on whether exercise is good or bad for your oral health. Our dental office in Ramsey hopes that we can help clear up any confusion so you can get back to working out without worry. The… Read More…


What’s Occlusion and Should You Worry About it?
added on: July 6, 2017
woman and dentist examine x-ray

You may have heard us talk about your “occlusion” during your visits to our dental office in Ramsey. But what exactly are we talking about when we speak about occlusion? Is it something you should worried about? Let’s take a closer look at what occlusion means and examine a few… Read More…


5 Secrets Your Tongue Reveals About Your Health
added on: June 23, 2017
woman sticking out tongue

Grab a mirror, open up, and say “ah” because we’re talking tongues today. Did you know the color and even the shape of your tongue can say a lot about what could be going on healthwise in the rest of your body? Our dental office in Ramsey (and your primary… Read More…


A Few Facts About Your Bottled Water
added on: June 13, 2017
rows of bottled water

By now you probably know that the human body is made up of mostly water, and we need to drink plenty of it each day just to keep our organs and other important parts functioning properly. At my dental office in Ramsey, we understand how important it is to stay… Read More…

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The Oral Health Hazards of Nail Biting
added on: May 16, 2017
young woman biting nails while studying

Nail biting is a habit that can affect not only the appearance of your nails, it can also cause damage to your oral health. As with any habit, nail biting can be difficult to break, but at our dental office in Ramsey, we’re hoping that by providing our patients some… Read More…


What is Gum Charting?
added on: May 8, 2017
young woman in dental chair looking up

Gum, or periodontal, charting is when your Ramsey dentist measures the pockets around each tooth to help evaluate oral health. It’s an important step in diagnosing gum disease and determining how advanced it may be. Periodontal charting can also assist your dental team in recommending an appropriate treatment plan. How… Read More…


The Oral Health Dangers of Smokeless Tobacco
added on: April 21, 2017
chewing tobacco

April is recognized as Oral Cancer Awareness Month, and while many people know the risks associated with smoking tobacco, the team at our dental office in Ramsey wants to make sure our patients and neighbors know that just because smokeless tobacco is, well, smokeless, doesn’t mean it doesn’t have its own… Read More…


All About Frenectomies
added on: April 6, 2017
frenectomy

Frenectomies aren’t all that common in adults, but there are specific instances when the team at our Ramsey dental office may recommend one to an adult patient. But why exactly would a frenectomy be needed, and what is it? We’re here to talk all about frenectomies and the benefits behind… Read More…


“Do I Really Need to Get My Wisdom Teeth Removed?”
added on: March 15, 2017
wisdom teeth

Wisdom teeth are often first seen on x-rays conducted during regular appointments at our Ramsey dental office. Most often, we can see them as they’re beginning to erupt through the gums. It’s also when we’re most likely to recommend that they be removed. In fact, about 90% of Americans get… Read More…


Top 4 Causes of Tooth Sensitivity
added on: March 6, 2017
sensitive

Having sensitive teeth can be brutal. The sharp, shooting pain that often accompanies tooth sensitivity can put a damper on enjoying favorite foods. At our dental office in Ramsey, we don’t want any of our patients to suffer from sensitive teeth, but we understand that a lot of them do…. Read More…


Are Lip & Cheek Biting Actually Bad for You?
added on: February 22, 2017
biting

You know the feeling. You’re happily chewing away on your lunch, talking with a coworker when all of a sudden, you hear a crunch. You feel the pain. You realize you’ve just bit your cheek (or lip, or tongue — doesn’t really matter, it all hurts!). This painful accident can… Read More…


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