Protect Your Enamel, Protect Your Teeth

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protect kids tooth enamel Monkton

This message from Hereford Dental Health- Craig Longenecker DDS serving Parkton, Monkton and Sparks is about tooth enamel. Your enamel is uniquely suited to protect your teeth. If you keep your tooth enamel healthy, you will avoid many dental issues. You won’t get cavities. Your teeth will be less likely to chip or crack. It’s best…

What To Do In Case Of A Dental Emergency

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Monkton Dental Emergencies

Many Monkton residents will experience at least one tooth emergency in their life. You could break a tooth playing a sport, accidentally dislodge a crown, experience sudden pain caused by an abscess or break a wire on your braces. In the case of a dental emergency, call us at Hereford Dental Health- Craig Longenecker DDS…

Avoid These 5 Smile Wreckers

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oral health hazards Monkton

The team at Hereford Dental Health – Craig Longenecker DDS believes in educating our Monkton patients. We hope today’s post will alert you to some harmful oral health risks.  Too often, we treat tooth decay and damage caused by the following: 1. Sports Injuries Many parents send their kids out on the playing field with…

Energy Drink Warning For Monkton

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Hereford Smile Redesign

We’re committed to providing oral health and wellness tips. Hereford Dental Health serving Parkton, Monkton and Sparks advises our patients  about healthy habits during every dental visit. We are seeing more and more adults and teens with tooth enamel erosion caused by repeated consumption of sports drinks. Most of our patients take good care of their…

Gritting Your Teeth: Stress And Your Smile

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Monkton how stress hurts your teeth

At Hereford Dental Health serving Parkton, Monkton and Sparks, our team cares about your smile. Did you know that stress can also impact your oral health?  Here are some dental problems linked to stress. Canker and Cold Sores Cold sores are a symptom of the herpes simplex virus. Scientists don’t know exactly what causes canker sores but suspect…