Chronic Biting of the Nails Can Lead to Loose Teeth

Periodontal disease is the most common cause of loose, permanent teeth, but nail biting also plays a major part in the abrasion of teeth.  The constant force on the teeth stretches the periodontal ligament which holds teeth in place, causing teeth to become loose (known as occlusal trauma). For those already suffering from gum disease, […]

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What Causes People to Grind Their Teeth?

When teeth grinding occurs regularly, teeth can become damaged and other oral health issues begin to arise.  Often times, people grind their teeth due to stress and anxiety but it occurs most often during sleep. It is more likely caused by an abnormal bite, crooked or missing teeth. Since teeth grinding often occurs during sleep, […]

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Prevent Cavities with Dental Sealants

Sealants are a very thin coating painted on the chewing surfaces of the teeth – generally the premolars and molars. The liquid sealant bonds into the depressions and grooves of the teeth to form a shield over the enamel of each tooth. While brushing and flossing remove food and plaque from the surfaces of teeth, […]

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What Exactly Does Sugar Do to Your Teeth?

Everyone loves those delicious sugary candies, especially during holidays like Easter and Halloween. We all know the ramifications that come with eating these sugary treats. But have you ever considered the amount of damage it has on your teeth? Bacteria tends to feed on the sugars in the food you eat and creates acid. The […]

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Get the Scoop on Fluoride Mouth Rinse

Naturally found in most foods and water, fluoride helps to prevent tooth decay by making the tooth more resistant to acid attacks from plaque and sugars. Children under the age of 6 are advised to take fluoride since it makes demineralizing the teeth extremely difficult. When is Fluoride Intake the Most Important? Children and infants […]

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Tips & Tricks While Wearing Braces

Learning to live with braces can pose challenging within the first few days. Patients who are new to braces must learn how to properly care for them over the course of treatment. By maintaining oral hygiene while wearing braces, you can expect healthy, aligned teeth when the treatment is finished. Eating with Braces Avoid sticky […]

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Lindner Dental Associates Welcomes Dr. Ashley Brown

Lindner Dental Associates is proud to welcome Dr. Ashley Brown in the practice of Pediatric Dentistry. Following dental school, Dr. Ashley completed a comprehensive two-year pediatric dental residency program at the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center Her background includes extensive clinical experience in all aspects of dentistry for infants, children, and teenagers as well as […]

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Lindner Dental Associates Welcomes Dr. Rachel McKee

Lindner Dental Associates is proud to welcome Dr. Rachel McKee in the practice of Endodontics. Dr. McKee spent six years at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine, first earning her doctorate of dental medicine degree (DMD), and continuing on to earn her Certificate in Endodontics. Dr. McKee received an award for excellence in Endodontics and […]

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Nitrus Oxide & Dental Care

As one of the most safe and effective sedative agents, nitrous oxide is widely used among dental practices to comfort patients. Commonly known as, “laughing gas,” nitrous oxide is no way intended to put patients to sleep. In fact, nitrous oxide allows you to hear and respond to any directions or questions the dentist asks. […]

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What are the Causes of Crooked Teeth?

According to recent studies, nearly 70% of the population has a mild malocclusion, meaning a misaligned bite or crooked teeth. Unfortunately, there is no one definitive reason for crooked teeth. Some researchers argue that crooked teeth may occur from poor diet, especially with the growing popularity of processed foods. Researchers suggest that the modern, industrialized […]

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