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Oral Health Products

When browsing through the health and beauty section of a supermarket or visiting a pharmacy, you'll come across a wide range of over-the-counter remedies and devices intended to assist with your hygiene and health care needs. However, the abundance of options can be overwhelming and confusing for many.


While there are numerous high-quality products available, it's important to note that there are also products of questionable value in the market. To ensure the effectiveness and safety of any over-the-counter dental product you purchase, it is strongly recommended to look for the American Dental Association's Seal of Acceptance.


It's essential to exercise caution when considering over-the-counter dental instruments. Scaling devices and picks, for instance, can pose risks to your teeth and the soft tissues of your mouth, even when used according to the provided instructions. These products have the potential to cause tearing, bruising, and other injuries to your oral tissues. There is also a risk of accidentally chipping a tooth.


Instead of attempting a repair job yourself, it is advisable to consult our office. Our dental professionals have the expertise and knowledge to address your dental concerns effectively and safely, providing the appropriate treatment and guidance for your specific needs.

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