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Reasons to See an Emergency Dentist

Posted on May 6th, 2020 by swlmanage

There are a wide variety of reasons someone may need to visit the dentist in an emergency. Common reasons include sports injuries, auto accidents, and even regular sibling roughhousing. If you feel you need treatment, it makes sense to see a dentist as soon as possible to avoid exacerbating the problem and requiring any more […]

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The Effects of Alcohol on Your Teeth

Posted on April 6th, 2020 by swlmanage

April is Alcohol Awareness Month. In honor of this very important awareness month, your South Loop dentists want to offer some in-depth information on alcohol and its effects on your oral health. It is widely known that alcohol isn’t considered healthy by any means, and, while it can be part of a healthy lifestyle if […]

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Oral Health and Your Immune System

Posted on March 9th, 2020 by swlmanage

Throughout these past few months, your immune system has probably been at the top of your minds. There is a strong connection between your oral health and the overall health and strength of your immune system. Certain conditions such as heart disease have been linked to poor oral health. As your South Loop dentist, we’re […]

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Dental Tips for Seniors

Posted on February 21st, 2020 by swlmanage

At any stage in life, taking care of your oral health is very important; however, as we get older, dental hygiene becomes even more critical. Did you know that 17% of those aged 65 and older have periodontal disease? As your South Loop dentists, we want to ensure your mouth stays healthy at all stages […]

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Tips To Prevent Gum Deterioration

Posted on January 13th, 2020 by swlmanage

Gum deterioration is something that naturally occurs as you age. When you neglect your smile and put off visits to the dentist in South Loop, gum deterioration can be a possibility sooner versus later. In order to keep your gums as healthy as you can, check out a few tips to prevent premature gum deterioration. […]

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