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Can You Fix Receding Gums?
added on: July 20, 2020
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Have you ever wondered why your teeth are extra sensitive, especially when drinking something cold or even when you touch your teeth? There’s a chance that you may have receding gums. If left untreated, gum recession can cause even more sensitivity, an increase in tooth decay, and tooth loss. To… Read More…


3 Reasons The Man in Your Life Should See His Dentist
added on: June 12, 2020
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You’ll always hear your dentist in Towson talk about how important it is for everyone to come in for preventive dental checkups every six months. But there’s a special section of our population that tends to avoid these bi-annual visits and instead prefers to wait until they have a problem…. Read More…


Bad Breath Remedies
added on: February 21, 2020
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Bad breath is an incredibly common concern for many Americans. In fact, according to Medical News Today, bad breath affects an estimated 25% of the population. Even though there are various things that can cause bad breath, there are a few that concern your dentist in Towson. The truth is,… Read More…


Protect Your Heart, See Your Dentist in Towson
added on: February 7, 2020

Seeing your dentist in Towson in order to protect your heart may seem like strange advice, but in fact, there is a strong connection between oral health and heart health. To help celebrate Heart Health Month this February, we’d like to educate our patients and neighbors on just how important… Read More…


The Great American Smokeout & Your Oral Health
added on: November 20, 2019
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Every November, the American Cancer Society sponsors the Great American Smokeout to encourage smokers to quit. As we all know, smoking can lead to serious health problems such as cancer, heart disease, and lung disease. Your dentist in Towson also wants you to know that smoking can have a negative… Read More…


The Importance of Healthy Gums
added on: June 6, 2019
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Often we think of a healthy mouth as straight, white teeth. But the truth is, a healthy mouth goes beyond our smiles. Our gums are easily overlooked when it comes to talking about our oral health. However, our gums are crucial to not only our mouths but to our overall… Read More…


Can Poor Oral Health Increase the Risk for Heart Problems?
added on: February 7, 2019
heart health month

When it comes to dentistry and oral health, many people think of only the mouth itself. While dentistry is certainly about keeping teeth healthy and cavity-free, it’s also about caring for your gums and protecting your whole body. At our dental office in Towson, we not only focus on treating… Read More…


Can Stress Affect Oral Health?
added on: January 10, 2019
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Being stressed out is stressful enough, but knowing that constant or repeated high levels of stress can actually affect your health and make you sick certainly doesn’t help either. Too much stress can cause serious health issues throughout the body including heart disease, gastrointestinal problems, and obesity. But the concerns… Read More…


Diabetic Oral Health Care
added on: November 8, 2018
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Nearly 30 million Americans are living with diabetes. That’s 30 million people who have the added responsibility of working to maintain their blood glucose levels day in and day out. While it’s fairly well known that diabetes can lead to other health problems such as heart disease and kidney disease,… Read More…


Are Gum Disease and Gingivitis the Same Thing?
added on: September 18, 2018
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At our dental office in Towson we’re often asked if gum disease and gingivitis are the same thing. It’s a common misconception regarding a serious disease that can have serious consequences if left untreated, and we’d like to clarify the difference. Defining Gum Disease Gum disease at its core is… Read More…


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Patient Safety Protocol

We couldn’t be happier to begin seeing you and your smile back again! We are here to reassure you that we’ll be taking every precaution to ensure safety for you and your family as you return to your regular dental care routine. Measures we are taking to keep you safe include:

We look forward to seeing you!