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Why Do I Have a Dry Mouth?

Having a dry mouth can be uncomfortable and cause a host of problems within the oral cavity. It is important if you have dry mouth to seek suggestions from your oral healthcare professional to help manage it. Dry mouth is also called Xerostomia and is caused by...

You Only Get Two Sets of Teeth

Everyone is born with two sets of teeth; their primary (baby) teeth and their permanent (adult) teeth. Typically, a complete set of primary teeth have 20 and a complete adult set (with wisdom teeth) have 32. Both sets of teeth serve a purpose and if lost prematurely...

Sensitive Teeth?

Teeth can be sensitive due to a variety of reasons but most of the time it is usually due to an irritation to the nerve of the tooth. A tooth or teeth that are sensitive can alert you to a problem that is going on and it is important to have it checked at your...

Gum Recession and Periodontal Disease

Many people ask me what exactly is gum recession and what causes it. Gum recession is when the gums pull downwards from where they would naturally be connected to the tooth structure. Gum tissue 'should' connect to the tooth surface at the interface of the root and...

Superfoods That Help Prevent Cavities

It is well known that one of the main factors that encourages tooth decay is sugar. Many people try to limit their intake of sugar, but did you know many carbohydrates that we snack on can also raise your risk of developing a cavity? Certain types of carbohydrates can...

Acid Reflux Disease and Your Oral Cavity

For those that live with acid reflux disease they are all too familiar with the painful burning sensation that occurs when stomach contents come back up into the esophagus. Acid reflux disease otherwise known as gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) may also have...

 

 

 

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Lifetime Dental Care is merging into All Family Dental

Lifetime Dental Care is merging into All Family Dental

Dear Valued Patients and Friends,
Lifetime Dental is merging into All Family Dental at the new dental office located at 3203 Stein Boulevard (located behind the existing dental clinic). The state- of-the-art facility is equipped with the latest dental technology and safety precautions to provide the quality dental care you have come to expect and deserve.

The care team is looking forward to welcoming you to the new building and ensure you will continue to experience the best in complete dental care.

After June, all future appointments will take place at All Family Dental. Your previous dental records (including x-rays) have been transferred, making it easy for continued care. All Family Dental is pleased to accept MOST dental insurance providers and is happy to help you maximize your benefits.

To learn more about All Family Dental, please Click This Link

Thank you for your continued loyalty, trust, and support. If you have any questions or need to schedule an appointment before June, please call the Lifetime office at (715) 552-1000.
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