A Close Look At Wisdom Teeth Removal Wisdom teeth, or the third set of molars, are the last set of adult permanent teeth to erupt. For most people, these teeth begin to develop between the ages of 17-25 years old. The development of these teeth is not always easy. They contribute most often to severe…

What Is Dental Phobia And What Can Be Done About It? Ignorance in regards to the importance of maintaining good oral health practices is not the only reason why many people avoid the dentist. Some people experience what is called dental phobia, that is fear associated with visiting the dentist office for treatment. These individuals…

    Common Dental Problems and Their Symptoms Issues that are related to the mouth and teeth affect people of all ages. Oral hygiene problems can be experienced in patients even in infancy. Although the majority of people who suffer from visible common dental problems are teenage or older, children issues are even more critical…

    The Most Common Dental Health Issue Falling second only to the common cold, cavities are the second most common health condition among the human population. In fact, they are one of the most common oral health issues we treat at Huntersville Dentistry. What is a Cavity? A cavity, simply, is a form of…

    Common Bad Breath Causes and Solutions Let’s just state the obvious, not only is bad breath a nuisance but it’s also a very embarrassing problem. Halitosis or bad breath is a personal problem that you may attempt to hide when interacting with others. Hiding behind your hand while talking or turning your face…

    Treating & Preventing Tooth Erosion Without enamel, your teeth would be exposed to significant wear and tear resulting in tooth erosion. This hard, outer layer helps to keep acids and sugars from causing damage to your teeth. In spite of this being the hardest tissue in the body, it can deteriorate. It assists…

What is Gingivitis and How Can We Avoid It   Gingivitis is a common dental health problem that we treat at our Huntersville NC dental practice. While it might amount to nothing more than slight discomfort in many cases, it is also capable of doing serious damage to your teeth.   So, what is gingivitis?…

Floss Your Teeth Right   The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends that we floss at least once daily as part of our daily oral hygiene routine. Surveys show, however, that most of us don’t use dental floss regularly.   A 2017 survey conducted by the (ADA) and Waterpik revealed that just 16% of adults floss…

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