Can Antacids damage your teeth?

| December 30, 2013

MANY FOODS, INCLUDING dairy products, fish, some grains, sugars, meats, alcohol, and caffeinated beverages can contribute to an overabundance of acid in the body. To combat the discomfort these foods may cause, people take antacids. The problem is, antacids can have damaging side effects on your smile. Antacids May Weaken Your

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4 Ways You Can Relax At the Dentist Office

| November 1, 2013

It’s very normal for people to have some anxiety about receiving dental care. The problem comes when your anxiety prevents you from getting the dental care you deserve. To keep your mouth healthy for years to come, here are 4 ways that you can help yourself relax during a trip

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Amaze Your Friends With Four Amusing Mouth Facts!

| July 22, 2013

DID YOU KNOW THAT THE WORD “DENTIST” comes from “dent-” which is French for “tooth”? Funny thing is, as a dental office we deal with a lot more than just teeth! Why? Because the health of your teeth is  tightly connected to the health of your whole mouth (and even connected

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Are your brushing techniques hurting your teeth?

| April 8, 2013

DO YOU EXPERIENCE sudden, sharp pain sometimes when you drink a glass of ice water, eat ice cream, or sip hot coffee? You’re not alone. One in eight adults experiences tooth sensitivity—the kind of sensitivity that isn’t due to a problem such as a cavity. So what’s causing it? Surprisingly, one of the most common

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5 Easy Tips For Limiting Sugar And Improving Dental Health

| October 1, 2012

HOW MUCH SUGAR ARE YOU CONSUMING EACH DAY? Do you know? In many countries, the average can be well over 20 teaspoons per day! Sugar can be a major contributor to tooth decay. Here at our practice, we’re interested in talking about every topic that affects both your oral and overall health.

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When is it time for a new toothbrush?

| September 10, 2012

    SHAKESPEARE WROTE, “Parting is such sweet sorrow…”. But from everyone here at Grandview Dental Care, we can assure you that the sorrow part ends the second you start brushing with a new toothbrush. Take A Look At Your Toothbrush Are the bristles starting to look bent, worn, or

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Dental Myth: The effects of poor oral health only concern the mouth

| January 31, 2012

Myth 1: The consequences of poor oral health are restricted to the mouth Columbus Ohio expectant mothers may not know that what they eat affects the tooth development of the fetus. Poor nutrition during pregnancy may make the unborn child more likely to have tooth decay later in life. Between

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Favorite Dental Product for Dry mouth symptoms

| July 6, 2011

My new favorite product that was just released is for all those dry mouth sufferers… Colgate Dry Mouth Relief Mouthrinse! Most people are not even aware they suffer from dry mouth syndrome until it is really bad. If you are a person who takes any type of medication,  research the

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Why your trip to the dentist won’t hurt

| June 11, 2011

A question I get asked a lot by patients is “Is it going to hurt?” The answer is an emphatic no! At our Grandview Dental office  have many ways to make your dental experience painless and worry free, and we are very sensitive and attentive to your individual needs and

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Why we do Blood Pressure readings at the dentist

| May 12, 2011

Columbus Dentist takes blood pressure readings at each appointment. Taking a blood pressure reading is not just for your medical doctor’s office anymore.  Over the last several years you may have noticed that your hygienist has been taking your blood pressure at your dental cleaning appointments.  Why? you might ask……

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