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Posts by Dr. Carrie Lintner

root canal myths

Misconceptions About Root Canals in Kalamazoo

When many of us hear “root canal” we think, “OUCH” that sounds painful! And if we aren’t the one needing the root canal we are relieved. The truth is a root canal is meant to get the patient out of pain, not put them in more pain. Our Kalamazoo, MI dental office performs root canals…

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Kalamazoo MI Mouthguards for Winter Sports

Football and lacrosse aren’t the only sports that require players to use mouthguards! Many of your favorite winter sports are best enjoyed with the protection of a mouthguard. From basketball and hockey to skiing and wrestling, it’s essential to consider the safety of your teeth as you play.

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Oral Care in the home blog

Kalamazoo Family Dentistry: Oral Care in the Home

Lives are busy. And if you are raising children, life has gotten even busier. So much so, you wonder how you thought you never had time before. There are many everyday activities that take place inside the home to ensure our family is healthy and while most are small they add up. One of those…

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Advantages Implant-Supported Dentures

Kalamazoo Dental Office: Advantages of Implant Supported Dentures

Tooth loss is a serious and devastating problem that affects 178 million Americans. If you have experienced tooth loss yourself, you may be wondering which restorative procedure is best for your unique oral needs. If you live in Kalamazoo, consider implant supported dentures from Lindenwoods Dental – they offer many different benefits with the simplicity…

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Properly Caring for Your Toothbrush

Kalamazoo Dentist: Properly Caring for Your Toothbrush

You would never doubt the importance of regularly brushing your teeth (right?!), but how much attention do you give to your toothbrush itself? Your toothbrush is actually your first line of defense against cavities, gum disease, and other serious dental problems. By properly cleaning, storing, and replacing your toothbrush, you can encourage long lasting oral…

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