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Oral Health


Aging and Teeth

Aging is inevitable and the changes that come with the years will affect almost all the different parts of our bodies, including the teeth and gums. Most people associate dentures... Read More »

Tips for Staying Cavity Free

While you brush and floss consistently, it seems that we can’t always avoid the cavity diagnosis. Brushing and flossing daily is good for your teeth and important for battling... Read More »

Keeping Your Gums and Teeth Healthy

Brushing and flossing your teeth isn’t difficult to do, doing both properly can help prevent gum disease and tooth decay. Gum disease is caused by plaque, this sticky film... Read More »

Are You Being Honest about Your Flossing Habits?

Let’s face it – most of us don’t enjoy flossing. However, a new study reveals that despite constant reminders about the importance of regular flossing, a large number of... Read More »

Can Aloe Vera Treat Your Mouth Sores?

Winter is here, and for many people, that means chapped lips, fever blisters, and mouth sores. This season, consider trying aloe vera to get some relief. What Causes Mouth... Read More »

Three Tips for Strong Tooth Enamel

The enamel is a vital component to your teeth, and while it is extremely durable, it can wear away if your teeth aren’t cared for properly. Unfortunately, once it... Read More »

Drinks that Your Teeth Could Live Without

There are a few things that we do to our teeth over and over again that really take a toll on our oral health. We know we aren’t helping... Read More »

Are You Protecting Your Oral Health when You Work Out?

Whether you are a runner, an athlete, or just spend a lot of time at the gym, you know how important it is to keep yourself hydrated. The question... Read More »

Before Your Next Appointment with Dr. Gonzales

Before your next appointment with Dr. Gonzales, read over the following preventative health and wellness tips. Many factors may affect your overall health that can be controllable, while others may be... Read More »



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