6 Good Reasons To Visit Your Dentist More Often

Most individuals visit the dentist about once each year. As many as forty percent of Americans see their dentist less often. Some go as long as five years between visits. Most dentists advise a visit at least every six months. Here are six good reasons to visit Pence Family Dentistry in Fishers more often. 1.

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The Link Between Gum Disease and Viral Infections

The pandemic has increased public awareness of the danger of viruses and the importance of a strong immune system. At Pence Family Dentistry, we understand wanting to take any precautions you can when it comes to protecting your health. Our Immune System Protects Against Serious Illness The variation in the severity of COVID-19 illness is

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Nourish Your Smile And Discover the Top Foods Good for Your Teeth

While brushing and flossing play crucial roles in oral hygiene for our Fishers Indiana neighbors, did you know that your diet also influences the health of your teeth? Consuming the right foods can provide vital nutrients and promote optimal dental health. Pence Family Dentistry explores a variety of tooth-friendly foods that can enhance your oral

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Why Improve Your Smile?

Causes and consequences of poor dental health and how you can brush up on your own Most of us struggle with at least one area of our dental care. It could be that flossing is the one dreaded task, or maybe you haven’t been wearing the night guard recommended often enough. All of us should

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The Vital Importance of Caring for Your Gums in Indiana

When it comes to maintaining oral health, many people focus primarily on their teeth. However, the significance of gum care should never be overlooked. Healthy gums play a crucial role in overall oral well-being and are essential for preserving the stability and longevity of your teeth. Let’s look at a few reasons why it’s important

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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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Relieving Your Dental Anxiety At Pence Family Dentistry

Hello Indianapolis dental blog visitors, welcome to the Pence Family Dentistry blog. I am Dr. Orey Pence of Pence Family Dentistry in Fishers. A close friend of mine recently expressed fears about her upcoming root canal. She was anxious about the pain she might experience and worried about getting work off for the multiple office

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How Gum Disease Progresses

You may be wondering why every so often your gums are red and swollen, or your breath is bad. Maybe you’re just interested in improving your dental health and want to be more aware for your next appointment. Learn about the four stages of gum disease you may be overlooking when thinking of your comprehensive

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Unexplained Headaches Or Jaw Pain?

Hello! I’m Orey Pence, DDS, of Pence Family Dentistry in Fishers. I have been practicing quality general and cosmetic dentistry since 1985. Today’s post focuses on malocclusion or a bad bite. Malocclusion is the dental term for a problem in the way your top and bottom teeth come together. The ideal bite is when the

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