Can Dental Veneers Enhance Your Smile?

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At The Center for Dentistry, the practice of Dr. Peter Mathison, we are pleased to offer custom-made dental veneers for our patients looking for brighter smiles in Fargo, North Dakota, and the surrounding areas. Our veneers are perfect for correcting minor smile issues, and are thin-as-wafer shells which are custom made to cover the front… Read more »

A Healthy Mouth Is a Healthier You

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Having a healthy mouth doesn’t just impact your teeth and gums, but your body as well. Periodontitis, or advanced gum disease has been linked to other health conditions, in fact, individuals with advanced gum disease are 40% more likely to have a chronic health condition, according to the American Dental Association. Oral bacteria that is… Read more »

10 Ways To Prevent Dental Problems

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Dental health problems cause pain and usually require expensive treatments. But you can prevent these dental problems from developing in the first place if you follow some of the steps below. Oral Hygiene: The number one way to prevent most dental health problems is to clean your teeth. Brush twice a day with a fluoride… Read more »

10 Things You Need To Know About Leukoplakia

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Leukoplakia are thick, white patches which develop on the inside of your mouth. Here are 10 things you need to know about leukoplakia. Leukoplakia is caused when the oral tissues become aggravated, resulting in excessive cell growth. Leukoplakia patches can be painful. These patches cannot be scraped off. If the patches are fuzzy or have… Read more »

Spring Into Renewed Dental Health

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Springtime is here, but what does that mean, exactly? In the Northern Hemisphere, it means that on Friday, March 20, at 5:45 p.m. Central time, the “First Day of Spring” began. This is also known as the vernal equinox. The Old Farmer’s Almanac indicates that the astronomical description of the First Day of Spring is… Read more »