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Invest in Your Smile and Benefit from Restorative Periodontal Treatments

All too often gum disease treatment is put off and ignored. However, the only person that suffers from ignoring their receding gums or gingivitis is YOU!

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How Stroke and Gum Disease Are Linked

Did you know stroke has been linked to gum disease? Learn more about the connection between these two health concerns and what you can do about it.

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What You Need to Know about Bone Loss, Dentures and Bridgework

Why does bone loss happen? How can dentures and dental implants help? Learn more about your tooth replacement options here!

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Do You Believe These Myths About Gum Disease?

There are lots of myths about gum disease. Discover fact from fiction with our latest blog, and what you can do to keep your teeth healthy!

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The Top Ways to Care for Dental Implants

Now that you've invested in dental implants to replace missing teeth, how can you best take care of them? Here are our tips to keep your smile healthy!

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Dental Implants: Worth the Price for a Lasting Solution?

Dental implants are a long-term, modern solution for replacing missing teeth. Learn more about this treatment and how it can benefit you.

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Four Tips for Healthy Holiday Eating

Are you keeping an eye on your health over the holidays? Here are our 4 tips to help you eat right this season!

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How Diabetes Can Affect Your Mouth

How can diabetes affect gum disease, and how can gum disease affect diabetes? Learn more about these conditions!

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Should I See a Periodontist?

How do you know if you need to see a Periodontist? Learn the warning signs of gum disease and how these specialists are trained to help you with more complex oral health concerns.

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Quick Tips for Combating Bad Breath

Did you know that your bad breath could be more than embarrassing – it could be a sign of gum disease in Pittsburgh, PA. Continue reading to learn more about your gum health during National Gum Care Month!

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