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added on: November 10, 2020
Woman Comforts Man With Dementia - Trade Winds Dental

We know we talk about gum health and gum disease a lot, but we believe that we can’t share enough information about how maintaining healthy gums can not only protect your oral health but your overall health, too. Your dentist in Georgetown knows that poor gum health can lead to… Read More…

added on: May 14, 2020
Asthma Inhaler - Trade Winds Dental

According to the CDC, 1 in 13 Americans has asthma. That’s nearly 25 million Americans who have this chronic disease that affects the respiratory system, resulting in difficulty breathing, wheezing, and chest pain. The most common treatment to combat the symptoms of asthma is the use of an inhaler. However,… Read More…

added on: June 11, 2019
Trade Winds Dental Logo - Trade Winds Dental

Your dental care isn’t only about your teeth. Your gums also play a key role in not only the health of your mouth but also the health of your body. At our dental office in Georgetown, we care for your entire mouth and are always on the lookout for gum… Read More…

added on: March 22, 2016
Girl Holds Side Of Jaw - Trade Winds Dental

We all know that brushing your teeth and flossing regularly keeps your smile sparkly and bright, but did you realize that cleaning your teeth can actually help your heart? Recent research suggests that people with periodontal disease also have a higher cardiovascular risk, which means they are more vulnerable to… Read More…

added on: January 26, 2016
Biofilm Oral Health Questions - Trade Winds Dental

Gum (gingival) recession occurs when gums recede from the tops of the teeth enough to expose sensitive roots. People typically experience increased sensitivity to sugary or cold foods when gums no longer cover and protect teeth roots. In addition, untreated gum recession may lead to loosening of teeth and accelerated… Read More…

added on: November 10, 2015
Dentist Showing Patient A Scale Model Of Teeth- Trade Winds Dental

When children lose baby teeth, it’s a time to rejoice. But when adults suffer from tooth loss, it may be a sign of a serious problem. That’s when it’s time to give us a call at Trade Winds Dental. What are the reasons for missing teeth? The loss of permanent… Read More…

added on: January 19, 2015
Woman With Sensitive Teeth - Trade Winds Dental

Dr. David Hennington and our team at Trade Winds Dental will tell you that dental infections can be very serious; sometimes, they develop into a life-threatening situation. Cavities are caused by acid-generating microorganisms that deposit themselves on teeth surfaces. Over time, acid erodes tooth enamel, compromising tooth strength. The major… Read More…

added on: July 21, 2014
Biofilm Oral Health Questions - Trade Winds Dental

The earliest sign of gum disease is called gingivitis (sometimes called periodontal disease), and is an inflammation of the gums. If left untreated, it can lead to gum tissue loss, loss of bone that supports the teeth, and eventually tooth loss. The good news is that it is easily treatable… Read More…

added on: October 17, 2013
Woman Scrubbing Top Teeth With Tooth Brush - Trade Winds Dental

Have you ever looked in the mirror and noticed that your teeth looked longer? Does it seem like your gums are shrinking? This condition is called recession—many adults have it. Let’s look at some of the causes and what you can do about it. During your routine exams at Trade… Read More…

added on: October 10, 2013
Business Woman Smiling Great Teeth - Trade Winds Dental

Women using medication to treat a variety of medical conditions are often unaware of the potential side effects. One common side effect of medications such as blood pressure medication, birth control pills, antidepressants, and cancer treatments is dry mouth. The technical term for dry mouth is xerostomia. Xerostomia can lead… Read More…

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