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Detergent Foods: Clean your teeth while you eat!

Did you know that there are certain foods you can eat which help to clean your teeth? We call them "detergent foods." In dentistry we look at the impact of Read More

Thanksgiving Trivia

At Oakwood Hills Family Dental we love learning trivia and interesting facts about Thanksgiving! This year, the doctor wanted to share some trivia that might help you feel a bit Read More

Antibiotic Prophylaxis or Pre-Medication

At Oakwood Hills Family Dental, we know the human mouth contains a lot of bacteria. A bacterium can travel through your body with routine activities that are a normal part Read More

Care for Your Dentures

Just like natural teeth, the doctor will tell you that dentures have a tendency to get coated with plaque, which is a sticky, transparent film that attracts food and bacteria. Read More

Routine Dental Cleanings

When was the last time you paid Dr. Terrence Miskulin and Dr. Courtney Reich a visit? If you're like many people, chances are it was more than six months ago. Read More

The First Step To Beating Gum Disease Is Understanding How It Starts

If you're over thirty, you have a fifty-fifty chance of contracting gum disease and your odds worsen as you get older. But your fate isn't sealed, especially if you Read More

Late Thumb-Sucking Could Cause Bite Problems

Of the many concerns pediatric healthcare providers hear from parents, thumb-sucking is definitely on the short list. Such a worry isn't totally unwarranted—persistent thumb-sucking could influence poor bite formation. But Read More

A Minor Procedure Could Help an Infant With This Nursing Problem

Newborns come into the world eager and ready to partake of their mother's milk. But an anatomical quirk with some infants could make breastfeeding more difficult for them. The structure Read More

Vivica Fox and Zendaya Have This in Common: A Gorgeous Smile

Kill Bill fans have been pressing for a third installment of the stylized revenge tale since Kill Bill, Volume 2 hit the theaters in 2004. Finally, filmmaker Quentin Tarantino Read More

Maintain Your Dental Care During Pregnancy For You and Your Baby

Hearing the words, "You're going to have a baby," can change your life—as surely as the next nine months can too. Although an exciting time, pregnancy can be hectic Read More

Resolved for 2022: Healthier Teeth and Gums and a More Attractive Smile

That rumble you hear is 2022 about to roar into your life on New Year's Eve—so, you better get hopping on those resolutions! And rather than go with the Read More

Why Your Dental Records Should Follow You to Your New Dentist

Some things you hear at the dentist don't surprise you: You have more plaque buildup or (yuck!) you have a new cavity. On a more positive note, you might Read More

Unlike Brad Pitt, You Didn't Mean To Chip Your Tooth. We Can Still Fix It

It's not unusual for serious actors to go above and beyond for their roles. They gain weight (or lose it, like Matthew McConaughey for True Detective). They grow hair—or Read More

There's More We Can Do About Tooth Decay Besides "Drill and Fill"

Until recently, the standard treatment for tooth decay remained essentially the same for nearly a century: Remove any decayed structure, then prepare and fill the cavity. But that singular Read More

How Long Do Teeth Whitening Treatments Last?

Imagine you've just got your teeth whitening treatment from your dentist and you're pleased with your results. However, you're probably wondering how soon after will your teeth return to their Read More

Fluoride Treatments Give Your Child Added Protection Against Cavities

When it comes to helping your child avoid tooth decay, it's all hands on deck. Tooth decay can not only harm their current set of primary teeth, but the Read More

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