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Soda Versus Our Teeth

HAVE YOU EVER HEARD of “Mountain Dew Mouth”? It’s what happens to our teeth when we drink too much soda. The term comes from rural Appalachia, where that particular drink has long been the carbonated beverage of choice and tooth decay is alarmingly common. But this doesn’t just happen in Appalachia, and Mountain Dew isn’t the only drink that contributes to tooth decay.


The Dangers Of Sugary Drinks

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Your Child’s First Loose Tooth

WE ALL REMEMBER what it was like to be children with loose teeth. For some, this was a pretty stressful time, while others found ways to speed up the process so they could get those Tooth Fairy payouts faster.

No matter what, though, the prospect of losing that first tooth is new territory for every child, and it can seem very strange and frightening to them. That’s why we’re here to help you calm your child’s nerves as they approach this ...

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Dental Plaque in Springdale AR

One of the most important things you can do to make sure that your teeth and gums remain healthy is to practice excellent oral hygiene. Regular brushing and flossing at home will help to remove dental plaque from your teeth. At Faith Family Dental, our expert dentist near Springdale AR, Dr. Ami Agbabli, will be able to provide you with regular dental exams to make sure that your teeth and gums are remaining healthy; at the same visit, you may want to get a dental cleaning to make sure that all dental plaque and tartar is removed from your teeth.

Dental plaque is a clear, colorless film that is extremely sticky. It ...

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Dental Bonding Springdale AR

Unhappy about your smile? Don’t let chips, cracks, and discoloration keep you down. Not when you have a choice—which you always do. Treat yourself to the kind of smile you deserve. Contact Faith Family Dental to be well on your way to a new stage in your life. Don’t wait any longer—reach out to our Dentist Springdale AR.

One of the most affordable cosmetic procedures on the market is dental bonding. We understand…you’ve definitely heard the term before, but you don’t have the faintest clue what it is or how it’s supposed to help you. Right? No problem, we’ll clear the confusion right up. So dental bonding uses a kind of resin ...

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Toothaches in Springdale AR

Are you plagued by the shooting, throbbing pain of toothaches? Are you worried that your unexplained increased sensitivity to heat, cold and percussion might be a sign that you are suffering from an undiagnosed oral condition? Don’t put it off; call Faith Family Dental today to book an appointment with a Springdale AR dentist who can offer you the information, diagnosis, and treatment you need to be set on the path towards a speedy recovery.

At Springdale AR dentist, our team of highly skilled professionals share a genuine devotion to protecting, restoring, and maintaining the optimal dental health of our fellow members of the Springdale community and beyond. By incorporating highly advanced technology ...

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Family dental care in 72764

At Faith Family Dental, our 72764 dentist handles family dental care and dental care for both adults and children. You’ll be happy you brought your entire family to our offices for the best dental service in Springdale. Our dentist, Dr. Ami, is a graduate of the University of Alabama and has served many communities, and is especially experienced helping those who have disabilities and the Latino community.

We handle all aspects of family dentistry for you, from children’s exams to teen orthodontics to adult teeth restorative services. Our orthodontics are designed to straighten teeth and correct misalignments with teeth and bites. Crooked teeth can be harder to keep clean as food and debris ...

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What Goes On When You Have an Oral Cancer Screening?

The term ‘oral screening’ refers to the act of looking for oral cancer before a patient shows any noticeable symptoms. Finding cancer during the early stages makes treatment easier and more effective and thus oral cancer screenings are a very important part of your oral hygiene.

Scientists are still trying to better understand oral cancer, where it comes from, and which type of people (if any) are more likely to develop this type of cancer. Having a better understanding of oral cancer means that doctors can more efficiently and productively use screening tests to find oral cancer in patients.

The Oral Screening Process

The oral screening process takes only about five minutes to ...

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