What Causes Bad Breath?

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Halitosis, also known as bad breath, is a common issue that affects nearly 80 million Americans. It’s a serious problem that doesn’t only affect your oral health, but can directly impact your personal life as well. Don’t worry, your dentist in Evansville is here to help. Dry Mouth Your mouth needs an adequate saliva supply… Read more »

“Why Do I Keep Biting My Tongue At Night?”

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Everyone enjoys getting a solid night’s sleep. It not only feels great… it also provides some valuable health benefits, too. But sometime, sleep can be interrupted by any number of things — a snoring partner, a sick child, or even from biting your own tongue. If this last item happens to you frequently, my dental… Read more »

Top 4 Causes of Dry Mouth

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Dry mouth is an uncomfortable feeling that all of us experience occasionally. But living with a chronically dry mouth isn’t just uncomfortable, it’s unhealthy too. At my Evansville dental office, we wanted to examine the top causes of dry mouth, why it’s so concerning, and ways to combat it for healthy, happy mouth. Why Is… Read more »

“What’s Oil Pulling and Does it Work?”

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A new trend in oral health care called oil pulling has been on the rise in recent years. At my dental office in Evansville, we’re always open to learning and constantly evolving our care to incorporate the latest technology and techniques. So we put oil pulling to test and here’s what you need to know…. Read more »

Top Dental Concerns for People Over 50

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As we get older, we tend to experience more health concerns than we did when we were younger. Our dental health is no different. At my Evansville dental office, we want all of our patients to be aware of some of the most common oral health issues that tend to affect those 50 or older…. Read more »

A Gluten-Free Diet and Your Teeth

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Eating gluten-free has been increasing in popularity over the past couple of years. Sometimes this dietary change is due to choice. Other times, it’s out of necessity. Those with celiac disease or a gluten intolerance avoid gluten because it makes them incredibly sick. In these individuals, gluten can also cause irreversible tooth damage and other… Read more »