Bridging The Gap

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Do you have a missing tooth that is detracting from your otherwise pleasant smile? At Designer Smiles in Fargo ND we can fill the gap with a dental bridge, and help you get back your sensational smile! A dental bridge could be the perfect answer for your missing tooth. A bridge not only restores your […]

The 4 Stages of Gum Disease

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Gum disease is a leading cause of tooth loss in adults. It’s a progressive condition, and is easily treatable in its earliest stages. From Designer Smiles in Fargo, here are the four main stages of gum disease. Gingivitis The main symptoms of gingivitis include red or swollen gums that cause discomfort while brushing and flossing. […]

Mouthwash Facts In Fargo

Mouthwash Facts In Fargo

In this post from Designer Smiles in Fargo, we’re going to discuss mouthwash. Many people use mouthwash to freshen their breath and help prevent tooth decay. While some mouthwash has cavity-fighting additives, it should never be considered a substitute for brushing your teeth. Good dental health is centered on regular brushing and flossing. It is […]

Bad Breath Q & A

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In this blog post from Designer Smiles in Fargo, we have some answers to frequent questions about bad breath. Q. My wife says my breath is repulsive, but I brush twice a day. Shouldn’t that be enough? A. Bacteria can propagate and stink in hidden crevices that can only be reached with floss. Time to […]

7 Steps For A Healthy Smile

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“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” When Benjamin Franklin said that he meant fire safety. But like all timeless quotes, it applies to many more aspects of modern life. At Designer Smiles in Fargo, we apply it  to dental health. Keeping your smile beautiful and healthy is done most effectively with […]

Debunking Dental Myths

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In this post from Designer Smiles in Fargo we focus on three common myths about dental health. All Sugar Is Equally Bad For Teeth. Sugar increases the risk of tooth decay, but some types are worse than others. Foods that leave sugary residue on the teeth do more damage than those that are swallowed immediately. […]