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Root Canal Awareness

Your dental professional suggests a root canal treatment when a tooth shows signs of infection or decay. This treatment involves the removal of the soft center of the tooth, also known as pulp. Pulp consists of connective tissues, nerves, and blood vessels. After the pulp is taken out, the inside of the tooth is cleaned

Flossing 101

Flossing is an essential step in your dental routine. Using floss helps in maintaining oral health in primarily two ways. Food that is stuck in between hard to reach areas is removed with flossing. Plaque is cleaned away with this as well. Most people brush only, not realizing that it does not clean the entire
Technology is daily developing and there are more and more advancements being made to further the dental industry. One of the latest and beneficial developments is digital dentistry. Digital dentistry has revolutionized how professional oral care is being conducted. It is helping visits to your dentist become more efficient, reliable, and safer. Using this new

Oral Cancer Awareness Month

At Dental Made Easy, we take oral health seriously and want to spread awareness on an important health matter. April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month. We are committed to doing our part in highlighting how dangerous this disease is. Oral and oropharyngeal cancer if detected early can be treated. Research is developing allowing progression in

The Attack on Plaque

Dental plaque is the thin sticky coating of bacteria that is continually forming on our teeth. This biofilm develops after eating and drinking foods that leave sugars and starches on our teeth like sodas and cake. The microorganisms that are present in our mouth multiply in this environment producing acids. These can destroy the enamel

Dental Health: World Health Day

World Health Day, which is April 7th, is annually recognized to bring attention to our health globally. This was first celebrated in 1948 and became officially acknowledged on April 7, 1950. The World Health Organization and other organizations associated with them sponsor this day with the intention to spread information on important health-related topics. Doing
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