1321 Generals Hwy, Ste 200, Crownsville, MD 21032
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410-923-0110
added on: January 17, 2020
woman biting lip

When we accidentally bite our lip, the pain that follows can be concerning. The zing of pain, and maybe even some blood, can certainly cause us to think that we may have just done some serious damage. But is lip-biting actually bad for you? Let’s check in with your dentist… Read More…


added on: January 9, 2020
sensitive

Nearly 40 million American adults have sensitive teeth, according to the Academy of General Dentistry. It’s a very common problem that can keep people from enjoying the hot and cold foods they love. Your dentist in Crownsville understands how frustrating and painful having sensitive teeth can be. But what causes… Read More…


added on: December 22, 2019
fruit

Everyone knows that things like coffee, tea, and red wine can take your pearly whites and make them appear dull, stained, or discolored. But your dentist in Crownsville wants you to know that there are also foods that can do the opposite and actually make your teeth whiter. Dairy Foods… Read More…


added on: December 20, 2019
denture repair

If you’re missing your teeth, getting dentures can restore your smile and your confidence. Dentures are a popular choice among patients and are a relatively simple way to give those who have lost their teeth a reason to smile. But just like natural teeth, dentures require proper care. Your Crownsville… Read More…


added on: December 17, 2019
girl smiles with crooked teeth

Many people, both children, and adults alike, have crooked teeth. Occasionally, crooked teeth can contribute to poor self-esteem and loss of confidence. But even if crooked teeth don’t bother someone mentally, your dentist in Crownsville may still be worried. The truth is, crooked teeth can lead to some oral health… Read More…


added on: January 21, 2019

BEING A GOOD NINJA isn’t just about mastering the nunchaku and learning to move about completely undetected; it’s also about keeping one’s teeth and gums healthy and strong. One of our greatest weapons against gum disease and tooth decay is a good flossing habit.   The Importance Of Flossing To The… Read More…


added on: January 11, 2019

MANY OF THE THINGS we drink are actually pretty bad for our teeth, especially soda, fruit juice, and coffee. What options does that leave for the dental health conscious to quench their thirst? Fortunately, there are a few drinks that are much less likely to cause stains or contribute to enamel… Read More…


added on: January 4, 2019

ONE OF LIFE’S CRUELEST ironies is that so many of the foods and drinks we enjoy the most aren’t good for us at all. Naturally, as dental professionals, we’re particularly concerned about the ones that are bad for our teeth. That’s why we’re giving our patients a heads up about the… Read More…


added on: December 17, 2018

YOU MIGHT THINK that gum disease is a dental health problem that only adults have to deal with. Unfortunately, teenagers and children are also at risk of developing gingivitis and more severe forms of periodontal disease. Causes Of Gum Disease The causes of gum disease are different for teenagers than for younger children…. Read More…


added on: December 14, 2018

The Dental Implant Dental implants are the closest-to-natural replacement option for missing teeth. At Crownsville Dental & Wellness Solutions, we place and restore dental implants, and our Galileos scanner ensures the most accurate placement and correct positioning of the titanium post implanted into your jaw bone. We create the stunningly… Read More…


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