Auburn Dental Blog

Category: Gum Disease

added on: February 15, 2021
stressed man in mask

The past year or so has been… interesting, to say the least. With lockdowns, working from home, schooling from home, and everything in between, it’s only normal to feel more stressed than usual. But during these times of increased stress, it’s more important than ever to take care of your health. After all, stress can… Read More


added on: November 16, 2020
Beautiful Smiles Advanced Cosmetic and Family Dentistry in Auburn

November is Diabetes Awareness Month and strives to raise awareness of a chronic disease that affects nearly 30 million Americans. But what does this have to do with your dentist in Auburn? Well, the truth is, there is a strong connection between oral health and diabetes, and it’s ever more important for diabetics to take… Read More


added on: July 21, 2020
Beautiful Smiles Advanced Cosmetic and Family Dentistry in Auburn

Have you ever wondered why your teeth are extra sensitive, especially when drinking something cold or even when you touch your teeth? There’s a chance that you may have receding gums. If left untreated, gum recession can cause even more sensitivity, an increase in tooth decay, and tooth loss. To make matters worse, once gum… Read More


added on: February 7, 2020
Beautiful Smiles Advanced Cosmetic and Family Dentistry in Auburn

Seeing your dentist in Auburn in order to protect your heart may seem like strange advice, but in fact, there is a strong connection between oral health and heart health. To help celebrate Heart Health Month this February, we’d like to educate our patients and neighbors on just how important regular dental care is to… Read More


added on: June 7, 2019
examining gums with mirror

Your dental care isn’t only about your teeth. Your gums also play a key role in not only the health of your mouth but also the health of your body. At our dental office in Auburn, we care for your entire mouth and are always on the lookout for gum disease. Gum disease is a… Read More


added on: February 8, 2019
heart health month

When it comes to dentistry and oral health, many people think of only the mouth itself. While dentistry is certainly about keeping teeth healthy and cavity-free, it’s also about caring for your gums and protecting your whole body. At our dental office in Auburn, we not only focus on treating the mouth, but also understand… Read More


added on: January 11, 2019
woman under stress

Even though the craziness of the holidays is behind us, it doesn’t necessarily mean our stress levels have decreased. Everyday life can certainly cause anxiety and contribute to more stress. As many people know, stress can impact our health and overall well-being, but did you know stress can also contribute to oral health problems? Today,… Read More


added on: November 12, 2018
diabetic tester

When it comes to all of the health complications that can go hand-in-hand with diabetes, oral health is often overlooked. At our Auburn dental office, we want our patients and neighbors to know just how drastically diabetes can affect oral health, and precautions that those with diabetes should take to keep their mouths healthy. The… Read More


added on: September 19, 2018
worrying woman

At our dental office in Auburn we’re often asked if gum disease and gingivitis are the same thing. It’s a common misconception regarding a serious disease that can have serious consequences if left untreated, and we’d like to clarify the difference. Defining Gum Disease Gum disease at its core is an infection in the gums… Read More


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