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Solomon Dental Group Blog

What To Know About Infant Dental Care And Teething

November 12, 2019

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DENTAL CARE IS IMPORTANT at all ages, even for babies! Here are some tips on how you can care for your child’s mouth even before their first precious smile.

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Dream Teeth for Teens

November 11, 2019

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Aligners are designed with today’s youth in mind. They’re clear and removable. They can straighten teeth without the need for metal wires and brackets. Unlike traditional braces, aligners are comfortable, nearly invisible, and they can be removed as you eat your favorite foods, and brush and floss your teeth. They motivate teenagers to enjoy life without restrictions, while promoting better overall dental care.

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Our Policy on Amalgam (silver) Fillings

July 2, 2019

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Traditionally, dentists have used what’s known as amalgam, or special metal alloys, to fill cavities.

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Comparing DIY and Professional Teeth Whitening

May 5, 2019

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These days you can’t even walk down the toothpaste aisle of your local grocery store without seeing a variety of DIY tooth whitening options. Although many people choose to try their hand at whitening, in our professional opinion the procedure is easier, safer and more effective when conducted in a dental office. Here is a little more information about DIY and professional whitening, and how to choose what is right for you.

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10 Fun Facts about Animal Teeth

April 18, 2019

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Share these fun facts about animal teeth with your little ones to get them more excited about their own oral health!

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Six foods to improve your dental health

April 7, 2019

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It’s possible to eat your way to a cleaner mouth. When you don’t have a toothbrush or floss handy, try these six everyday foods to maintain your oral hygiene.

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What Is Oral Conscious Sedation?

February 25, 2019

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It’s not unusual to feel anxious or nervous when visiting the dentist. In fact, we realize that many people have fears that make it difficult for them to even contemplate stepping into any dental office unless or until they are in extreme pain. Even if you are only slightly nervous when seeing a dentist, it’s nice to know that we at Solomon Dental Group have options to help you feel much more comfortable. One choice is to have oral conscious sedation.

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Can Tooth Decay Be Reversed Naturally?

January 20, 2019

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When it comes to tooth decay, prevention by regular brushing and flossing is the best approach. But what can you do if your tooth has already suffered damage? Traditionally, the only way to stop and restore cavities is to visit a dentist for a filling. However, research suggests that this may not always be the case. If the damage is minor, the human body may be able to restore tooth material naturally. The following guide helps explain how this process works.

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Losing Precious Sleep?

January 13, 2019

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Could Snoring Have Something to Do with Your Fatigue?

There are some things that are obviously the result of your snoring habit. For instance, if your partner is agitated because they can’t sleep, or if your mouth is excessively dry when you wake up in the morning.

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DDS vs. DMD: Which Dentist Is Right For You?

August 19, 2018

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If you’ve recently explored your options for dentists, you may have noticed that while some have “DDS” following their names, others are listed as “DMD.” In fact, Dr. Carin Solomon is a “DDS”, while Dr. Helen Sergerie is a “DMD”.You’re likely wondering what the difference is between these two distinctions and which is right for you. The following guide offers some insight into both types and how to decide between the two.

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