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If you wince in pain as you brush, floss, eat ice cream or drink a cup of coffee (or any other hot or cold substance), you may be suffering from teeth sensitivity. Read on and learn everything you need to know about sensitive teeth, from...

We all remember how much fun it is to be a teenager. You may also remember some of the downsides. In this article, dentists in Georgetown, KY, explore the different dental concerns for teens. Braces Over the decades, dental braces have become a “rite of passage” for...

You’ve heard it all too many times before. Going to the dentist twice a year can help you ensure good oral health is maintained. During the visits, the dentists can also help inform you of preventative measures to take for any issues that may be...

The start of the New Year is the perfect opportunity to take better care of your health, including your oral health. January is a fresh start and ideal for establishing those healthy habits that will see you looking and feeling your very best. Whether it’s...

Do you know what the connection is between your oral health and heart disease? According to research by the American Heart Association, there has been a strong connection seen between gum disease and heart disease. At our Georgetown dental office, open 7 days a week,...

Many people are unaware that they could save hundreds of dollars by utilizing their dental insurance benefits before the year comes to an end. This is especially true for people whose dental insurance plans are based on a calendar year, rather than on a fiscal...

The holiday season is almost here, and this period comes with lots of treats ranging from Halloween candy to Christmas cake and everything in-between. Those delicacies are heaven to the taste buds of your child, but all that sugar puts your child’s teeth at high...

Are dental veneers right for me? For people with chipped, discolored or cracked teeth, dental veneers may be just what they need to restore their smiles and confidence. Our Georgetown, KY dentists can give you all the help that you need in order to make...

TMJ disorders cause damage to your jaw joints as well as muscles that are in control of the jaw. Due to the complexity of this joint, treatment and diagnosis of TMJ disorders can be rather challenging.  There is an estimate of around 12 percent of the...

The diagnosis of gingivitis primarily is based on your dentist's professional opinion. This includes dental history along with an examination of teeth, gums, and mouths for signs of plaque or inflammation. Along with this, the pocket depth of the groove in between gums and teeth...