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  • How to Keep Your Gums Healthy

    While most of us know the importance of brushing our teeth twice a day to maintain optimal oral health, not as much focus is given to the vital role healthy gums play in not just maintaining dental hygiene but in keeping our bodies in overall good physical condition. Healthy teeth [...]

  • How Your Teeth Can Affect Your Sleep

    It may surprise you to learn that a visit to your dentist can provide clues about your quality of sleep. Many sleep-related issues first show their symptoms during a regular dental exam. Here are just a few of the oral issues that can impact sleep: Grinding Teeth: Also known as Bruxism, [...]

  • The Icon Process

    Tooth decay, also known as cavities or caries, is a breakdown of tooth enamel due to acids caused by an overgrowth of bacteria. These acidic bacteria get to work dissolving the enamel, and can cause sensitivity, white spots from de-calcification, and a feeling of embarrassment due to the physical appearance [...]

  • What to do if Your Tooth is Knocked Out

    It can be a scary thing if a tooth gets knocked out due to a sudden injury or accident. Our teeth are important not just for functional purposes, but for our overall confidence. A tooth falling out can jeopardize both very quickly. Injuries to the mouth that knock a tooth [...]

  • How To Know When You Need a Root Canal

    Knowing when or if you need a root canal is difficult to determine on your own. During the early stages of the issue, you may have high hopes that more attention to your general oral hygiene can solve the problem. While consistent oral hygiene practices are beneficial for preventing cavities and other [...]

  • Why does my breath smell and what can I do about it ?

    Bad breath affects most everyone at one time or another. Morning breath or a post-spicy meal are situations we can all relate to. However, consistent bad breath, also known as halitosis or fetor oris, can point to an underlying health issue. According to the American Dental Association, nearly 50 percent of [...]

  • Pregnancy and Your Teeth

    Being a mom-to-be comes with a lot of joy and excitement, but it can also come with health changes and sacrifices. During pregnancy, it is easy to get hyper focused on making sure everything is perfect for your little one – the nursery, clothes, food, intellectually engaging toys, baby proofing [...]

  • Should I go to the Dentist During Covid-19

    Now, as many states are slowly easing back restrictions, there remains unclear messaging surrounding what is deemed essential and nonessential with regards to our daily activities. This uncertainty applies to many situations, and general dentistry has certainly fallen into that category.At CNS Dental, we believe that our smiles connect us. [...]

  • How to Choose the Best Toothbrush for Your Teeth

    All toothbrushes are the same, right? Wrong.  There are many varieties of toothbrushes on the market, all offering selling points on why they are better or more unique than the rest. You may think it doesn’t matter which type you choose – hey, as long as you are brushing your [...]

  • The War Between Soda and Your Teeth

    We know you’ve heard it before: soda is terrible for your teeth. Dentists, tv commercials, and parents have all told us something along these lines, and it’s pretty straightforward in its notion. But do you truly understand the WHY behind it? Whether you call it soda, pop, or soft drinks, [...]

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–- Tom