Family Dentistry

No Cavities? Thank Your Parents

At Dental Designs of Owensboro, we stay on top of new discoveries in the exciting field of dentistry and occasionally share interesting facts with our patients. Today’s post focuses on new findings in a compelling field of research: genetic dentistry. According to Mary L. Marazita, director of the Center for Craniofacial and Dental Genetics at

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Don’t Let A Simple Problem Become Serious

In this post from Dental Designs of Owensboro, we are going to discuss those small irritations in the mouth that have the potential to become big problems. Injuries, sores, or inflammation in the mouth can be very uncomfortable. These non-specific irritations, called stomatitis, have many different causes. They may be caused by cold sores, gum

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Our Team Works To Earn Your Trust

Dental Designs of Owensboro is staffed by committed health care professionals who want the best possible dental health for every one of our patients. We work hard to earn your trust! With daily home care and regular checkups in our office, your teeth can last a lifetime. As you may know, the link between dental

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6 Ways To Prepare For Your Dental Procedure

Nervous about an upcoming procedure? At Dental Designs of Owensboro, our team has compiled 6 ways for you to prepare yourself mentally, emotionally, and physically, for your big day. Remember that your team is trained to provide the best care and comfort possible. Our dental assistants, hygienists, and receptionists will welcome you warmly and provide

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Teen Teeth: Adolescent Oral Health

If you are a teenager or the parent of a teenager, this Dental Designs of Owensboro post is for you. We’ll discuss dental issues of special concern to adolescents. Dental risks for teens include both developmental and lifestyle-related factors. At our practice, we see decay and gum disease far too often in teens. Possible causes

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Does Your Teen Have Unique Dental Challenges?

When it comes to dental health, adolescence is a pivotal time for young adults. It’s essential they keep up with their dental care with daily brushing and regular checkups at Dental Designs of Owensboro. The early teens are when the last of the permanent teeth come in. Good habits can be forged and reinforced. Teeth

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Are All Carbs Created Equal?

Most people know that the sugar in candy, cookies, juices and sodas can harm your teeth, but some people don’t realize that all carbohydrates can cause cavities. As we will describe in this post from Dental Designs of Owensboro, a handful of pretzels or a piece of pumpernickel bread can have the same effect on

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Treat Your Smile To A Healthy Diet

Proper nutrition can benefit you in many ways: increased energy, improved immunity, glowing skin, mental clarity, and a lower risk of heart disease and stroke. At Dental Designs of Owensboro we ask: How often do you consider how your diet affects your dental health? Your diet influences your risk of cavities, enamel health, and gum

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Periodontal Disease Is Linked To Systemic Diseases

Gum disease is a leading cause of tooth loss among adults. Nearly half of Americans over the age of thirty have gum disease in some form. Fortunately, it’s a treatable condition at Dental Designs of Owensboro. What is gum disease? Gum disease is inflammation and infection of the soft tissue that holds your teeth in

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Beating Horrible Halitosis

Bad breath is no fun at all, but there are things you can do to combat it. If bad breath is an issue for you or a loved one, talk to us about it at Dental Designs of Owensboro. Common, garden-variety bad breath is caused by the things we eat and drink. Food debris builds

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