4 Oral Ailments To Discuss With Your Dentist

It can be easy to be embarrassed by oral health issues, but we’ve seen it all. When our Fishers area patients see us, we want to help them with every issue! Let’s address the most frequent oral conditions that should be discussed when you visit us at Pence Family Dentistry. 1. Bad Breath. Sure, nobody

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The Vital Link Between Oral Health and Overall Well-being in Indianapolis

In the intricate tapestry of our body’s health, a thread often overlooked is the profound connection between oral health and overall well-being. As the gateway to our body, our oral cavity is pivotal in influencing our general health. Pence Family Dentistry is at the forefront of understanding and advocating for this crucial link. Let’s look into

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Toothache Relief at Pence Family Dentistry in Fishers

A toothache is probably the most common dental problem we see at Pence Family Dentistry in Fishers, Indiana. However, they have multiple causes. A toothache can come on gradually–or attack with full force. 1. You sip a cold drink and–bam!–tooth pain. When a cavity has eroded enamel it eventually hits the layer underneath. This is

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3 Vital Reasons to Floss Regularly

Are you an avid flosser? Many of us from time to time skip this necessary habit. Studies show that around 68% of people report flossing at least once a week while 20% say they truly never floss. Skipping the daily flossing routine can have devastating consequences on your overall dental health and bring about expensive

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Out of Toothpaste? Here Are 5 Alternative Solutions to Maintain Your Oral Health

Toothpaste plays a vital role in maintaining oral hygiene in our Indianapolis area. There is no doubt that modern toothpaste provides important medical benefit and will help you keep your teeth healthy and strong. But what happens when you run out of toothpaste unexpectedly? Fret not! There are several alternative solutions readily available in your

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Our Top Five Great Toothpaste Recommendations

When it comes to maintaining good oral health in Indiana, using toothpaste is an essential part of daily dental hygiene. Toothpaste helps to remove plaque and food particles from teeth, preventing cavities, gum disease, and other oral health issues. It also freshens your breath which makes for a good starting point on social success. With

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Can I have my Indiana cake and eat it too (and still have healthy teeth?)

Eating sweets and maintaining healthy teeth can be a tricky balance.While it’s always tempting to indulge in sugary treats in our Indianapolis area, too much sugar can lead to tooth decay and other oral health problems.With a few simple strategies, you can enjoy your favorite Indiana treats and still maintain healthy teeth. The key to

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4 Important Reasons to Floss Every Day in Our Indianapolis Area

Maintaining good oral hygiene in the Indianapolis area is essential to overall health and wellness. Your teeth and gums are the foundation of great personal health. Most of us in the Indianapolis area brush our teeth twice a day. This is good practice and makes for a good start to your oral health. However, many

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Optimum Oral Health Includes Exams and Cleanings

If you’ve ever visited our blog, you’ve probably heard the counsel to have dental visits and cleanings twice a year. In fact, dental professionals have been advising the twice-yearly frequency for over 50 years. The American Dental Association counsels men and women to visit their dentist twice a year as well. Is that an arbitrary

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