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Peridontal Disease

What Is Periodontal Disease and How Is It Treated?

Periodontal or gum disease is an infection and inflammation of the gums and tissues that hold your teeth in place. It is one of the leading causes of tooth loss in adults. The progressive condition is usually painless in its earlier stages, often going undetected. Your trusted team at Kraklow Quality Dentistry will evaluate your…

mouth guard

Night Guards vs. Sports Guards: What’s the Difference?

Kraklow Quality Dentistry is pleased to offer custom mouthguards to safeguard your smile. There are two types of guards with different designs: dental night guards and sports mouth guards. Both types of mouth protectors prevent dental injuries; however, they do so in different ways.  What Are Night Guards? Night grinding, a condition known as sleep…

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What Is Cosmetic Bonding and What Are Its Uses?

Kraklow Quality Dentistry is pleased to offer a range of cosmetic dentistry solutions, including dental bonding, to improve the health and appearance of your teeth. Just one short office visit will have you in a virtually flawless smile!  What Is Cosmetic Bonding? Teeth bonding is a cosmetic dental procedure that involves applying a tooth-colored composite…

Wisdom Teeth Extraction

Why Would I Have to Have My Wisdom Teeth Removed?

Your wisdom teeth are the last permanent teeth to come in, typically between the ages of 17 and 25. Some people have wisdom teeth that emerge in the correct position and pose no concern. However, these third molars are notorious for causing problems and may need to be removed to maintain your healthy smile. Why…

Dry Mouth Treated

How Is Dry Mouth Treated?

Everyone has felt parched and experienced a fleeting moment of a cotton mouth, and that’s perfectly normal. However, if the condition persists, you’re likely experiencing dry mouth, also known as xerostomia. Your trusted team at Kraklow Quality Dentistry is here to help manage your symptoms to prevent damage to your teeth and gums. You can…

Tooth Decay | Near Me

What Are the Causes of Tooth Decay?

Did you know that among individuals aged 20 and older, approximately 90 percent have had at least one cavity? The good news is that tooth decay is reversible in its very early stages, which is why we emphasize the importance of your twice-a-year dental exams and cleanings. Dr. Kraklow will thoroughly evaluate every aspect of…