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3 Myths About Oral Cancer

Visiting Castle Dental for regular checkups and cleanings means you’re being proactive in detecting early signs of oral cancer. Oral cancer refers to any cancer that develops in your mouth, sinuses, and throat. If not treated early, it can be life-threatening. Stay on top of your oral health by reading this blog to learn more…

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Two Weeks to a Heart-Healthy Smile

Did you know that caring for your oral health will also help your heart? In honor of the month of love, we created a 14-day plan to help you establish habits that will benefit both your smile and heart. Read on to see what you can do to keep both your smile and heart happy!…

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Saliva: Your Secret Weapon Against Cavities

Did you know saliva plays an important role in your mouth’s health? It’s made up of enzymes, proteins, and minerals that help ward off bacteria. Your body also uses saliva to communicate a variety of important responses. Protection for Your Mouth Saliva defends your teeth from cavities by helping clean away food debris after you…

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Can Cavities Spread?

If you clicked on this blog, you probably have a cavity and are worried about it impacting your other teeth. Even if you don’t, we believe educating yourself about your oral health is important so you know what issues to look out for and when to visit the dentist. Here are some facts and risks…

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Back-to-School Dental Tips

Is your child excited to go back to school? Let Castle Dental keep your child smiling all year round. Their oral health may not be on your mind during this season but don’t worry! We came up with a simple checklist to help ensure your child enjoys a healthy grin! Fresh Smile for the New…

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Which Clear Aligner is Best for You?

A straight smile is more than just nice to have—it’s crucial for the proper functioning of your teeth, jaws, and mouth, as well as for your overall health. Orthodontic treatment like clear aligners uses constant, gentle pressure to slowly move misaligned teeth back into their proper positioning, and, thanks to technological breakthroughs and broader consumer…

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