Prescott Dentistry of Arizona Tag

natural teething remedies

20 Jul Natural Teething Remedies

At Prescott Dentistry, we care about you and your entire family—including the tiniest members whose teeth are just coming in. Watching your baby go through the pain of teething is hard, and you probably feel helpless at times—but the good news is there are ways...

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teen dental health

16 Jul Dental Tips for Teens

Most teens care about the appearance of their teeth, but they may not be taking the necessary steps to care for their pearly whites. Teens generally lead very busy and active lives—their hectic schedules and increasing independence often mean they aren’t spending as much time...

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men's oral health

16 Jun The Importance of Men’s Oral Health

This week (June 15-21) is the observance of Men’s Health Week 2020. And it’s important to include oral health when talking about overall health. Men are less likely than women to seek preventive dental care and more likely to neglect their oral health, according to...

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oral cancer prevention

13 May Oral Cancer Prevention in Prescott

Seeing a dentist for regular checkups is an important part of living a healthy life. But did you know that when you come to Prescott Dentistry for your biannual checkups, we do more than just clean your teeth? We also help keep your mouth cancer-free....

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Biomimetic Dentistry in Prescott, Dewey & Chino Valley Arizona - dental hygienist working on biomimetic dentistry in arizona

18 Apr Biomimetic Dentistry in Arizona

Biomimetic dentistry is a specific dental practice that uses treatments and special procedures that mimic our natural teeth. It focuses on tooth conservation using restorative techniques that do not require traditional, invasive dental procedures. Biomimetic literally means to “mimic nature.” Our dentists here at Prescott...

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27 Jan 5 Signs of Gum Disease

When we think of dental health, most of us probably think only about the teeth. Yet gum disease is very common—nearly half of American adults suffer from this condition. Gingivitis is a mild form of gum disease that can progress into periodontitis, a serious condition....

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