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This is a great way for me to keep you informed about what's new at Oakdale Dental.  You'll find stories about todays dentistry and how it can make your life better and healthier, and sometimes some random thoughts I hope you find interesting. 

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So, come back once in a while...I try to post regularly and have some interesting things for you to check out and maybe a story or two to tell.


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Friday
Sep042009

Notches or grooves in my teeth! 

I see these quite often.  They vary in size and can be seen on anywhere from just one or two teeth to as many as all the teeth in the mouth.  We dentists often call them “abfractions” (I promise not to use that word again).

extreme case of abfractions or notching in teethChewing pressure on teeth causes flexing and stress to concentrate on the area of the tooth where the “white” enamel of your tooth (the part you normally see) and the root of a tooth meet.  Abnormally heavy forces on a tooth can result in the loss of tooth substance at these high stressed areas looking like a wedge cut out at the gumline of the tooth. 

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Thursday
Aug062009

What do I do if my child knocks out a tooth?

Kids can find many ways to knock out teeth. Swimming pool accidents seem to be the biggest cause this time of year. Running on slippery, slick cement and ceramic pool surfaces sends many children headfirst into the ground, often causing chipped or displaced teeth.

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