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Your teeth change a lot during your life. They never really stop moving, and the way they move is dependent on many factors. These factors can be both in and out of your control, like genetics, oral habits and hygiene, how your wisdom teeth develop,...

Mouth guards are simple devices made of molded acrylic or thermoplastic. They serve an important function in preventing sports injuries or wear from teeth grinding. Your dental staff at ADG can help custom fit the right mouth guard for your teeth. What to Look For in...

When you’re feeling tired, getting up to brush your teeth can feel like an impossible task. Often, we skip brushing entirely, thinking, “I’ll just brush a little better tomorrow morning.” But brushing and flossing does more than keep your teeth healthy. The health of your mouth...

Sugar is one of our teeth's biggest offenders. It would be nice to cut sugar out of our diets altogether, but it’s difficult to find foods that don’t contain natural or artificial sugars. It also just tastes great, and we won’t fault you for snacking...

Wisdom teeth can cause you pain and even reverse correctional orthodontic work if you leave them untreated. Pain from your wisdom teeth can sometimes be serious, or they could simply be erupting from your gums, causing a mild but constant discomfort. A basic examination or...

Sleep allows your body to tune itself up. When you’re at rest, every internal process shifts into a lower gear to allow your body to spend more time on repairing cells and recovering energy for a new day. What you may not know is how...

Throughout a Crown in a Day appointment, the patient is a part of the process. First, we shape and prepare the teeth that we are crowning. Instead of taking a putty impression, we take a digital impression using an optical camera that rapidly photographs our patient’s...

Dental caries, or more commonly cavities, are the result of the specific and steady bacterial build-up on the teeth. The sticky plaque that forms on your teeth is made up of broken down foods, sugars, and saliva. Proper brushing and flossing do clear most of...

We do our best to make our office as open and as friendly as possible for your child, down to showing them each tool we use and explaining the process in a way they can understand. However, that may not always be what your child...

This baby teething timeline documents the average development of a baby’s teeth and may not be accurate to your own experience. Babies are not all alike; your child may be a late bloomer, or may not experience any teething symptoms. These signs are not necessarily...

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