Bad Breath

Dry Mouth Causes and Treatments
Bad Breath, Restorative Dentistry, Dry Mouth
PGA Dentistry
May 02, 2015

Protect your oral health from the dangers of dry mouth by understanding its causes and seeking treatment.

Smiles That Go Miles- Home and Pro Care
Dental Cleaning, Dental Hygienist, Bleeding Gums, Bad Breath
PGA Dentistry
December 16, 2013

Did you know a healthy, bright smile starts with personal home care? But professional cleanings and examinations are just as important. We can prevent, detect and remedy many unwelcome and harmful conditions that may not be easily found at home. Call us today for an appointment!

Naturally Fresh-Breath From A Healthy Mouth
Bad Breath, Healthy Mouth, Gum Disease
PGA Dentistry
December 9, 2013

Are you concerned about bad breath? If you are, call us today to have an evaluation by Dr. Ajmo to check for infection, dry mouth or any other issues that may be causing odor.

Jeopardy: It’s No Game- Don’t Put Your Future at Risk!
Bad Breath, Gum Disease, Tooth Decay
PGA Dentistry
September 30, 2013

Scientists now believe that the common streptococcus bacteria, which causes tooth plaque, is now responsible for the link between gum disease and cardiovascular disease. That's why it is now more important that ever to brush and floss and keep your regular recare appointments with your hygienist. Call us today for an appointment!

Exercise and Smile Rejuvenation Works- Look and Feel Younger!
Tooth Decay, Bad Breath, Gum Disease
PGA Dentistry
August 21, 2013

Did you know some of the most common complaints of mouth problems are treatable? Bad breath, canker sores, and receding gums can be easily controlled by a simple visit to the dentist. For any oral health concerns, please call us today at . We look forward to hearing from you!

3 Lists You Have To Read- Save Your Smile and Your Wallet!
Dental Hygiene, Dental Check Up, Bad Breath
PGA Dentistry
July 22, 2013

How strong do you think your teeth are? Everyday habits that you may think are harmless, may be causing a multitude of problem you may not be aware of. Read through the following and see your dentist regularly to evaluate any issues you may have.

Did You Know- Heartburn can Jeopardize your Oral Health?
Acid Erosion, Bad Breath, Sensitivity, Worn Enamel
PGA Dentistry
March 13, 2013

Heartburn can not only irritate your throat and give you a bitter taste, but it can also impact your smile. Acid can erode the enamel on your teeth causing sensitivity, pain and discoloration.


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