Farmington Hills Dentist Quizzes on Turkey Teeth

With the Thanksgiving holiday marching towards us, you will probably do more chewing than you normally would in the coming days. We rely on our teeth to grind, cut, and break down food into particles that we can more easily swallow and digest. What about that turkey that is the centerpiece of most American tables on Thanksgiving day? How do …

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A New Dental Home in 2012

With 2012 just a few weeks away, it’s time to start thinking about making your dental health a priority in the New Year. To do this, it’s necessary to find a dental home for you and your family, and one of the best ways to do research is to go by word of mouth. Here’s what people are saying about …

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Farmington Hills Dentist Answers Questions about Root Canals

Your Farmington Hills dentist, Dr. Aziza Askari, has undergone the additional training to qualify her to provide you with quality endodontic treatment (root canal therapy). Many patients have questions about root canals. Read on to learn more. Root Canal FAQs Q1. What is a root canal? A1. Many people believe that the treatment to fix deep decay in the roots is called …

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Farmington Hills Dentist on Burning Mouth Syndrome

Burning mouth syndrome can be an unpleasant and even painful dental condition. You can take a good guess as to what the sensation feels like based on the name. If you’ve ever burned your mouth by eating or drinking something that was scalding hot, imagine that feeling on a regular basis and for no obvious reason. Sensations of burning in patients with …

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Farmington Hills Dentist Describes Periodontal Treatment

Dr. Aziza Askari and our entire team at Comfort Dental Spa are very aware of the impact dental health can have on the overall well-being of our patients. Not only are we vigilant with your preventive dental care (cleanings and checkups) but we strive to provide a spa-like environment to patients. Today, your Farmington Hills dentist, Dr. Aziza Askari, would like to …

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Farmington Hills Female Dentist Connects Hormones and Gum Disease

Comfort Dental Spa understands that dental health can vary from gender to gender. This generally revolves around hormones. Unfortunately, women succumb to a higher amount of surges and depletions of hormones throughout their lives. This can affect the way your body responds to the toxins from plaque and tartar buildup and can translate into higher rates of periodontal disease (gum disease). Farmington Hills …

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Farmington Hills Dentist Implants Knowledge about Tooth Replacement Options

Our team at Comfort Dental Spa receives questions regarding dental implants on a steady basis. Life without teeth can be a lower quality, no question about it. The challenges of basic functions like eating and speaking could really make your life unpleasant. If you go without replacing missing teeth, you can end up giving the wrong impression to people that …

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Farmington Hill’s Dentist Referees Battle Between Soy and Cow’s Milk

Many people have turned to soy milk over the recent years thinking that it sounds better for their health than cow’s milk. Or perhaps you are one who has lactose intolerance and you require a milk alternative. Unfortunately, one Australian study done by Melbourne Dental School found that soy milk may actually promote tooth decay. Fortunately, one glass of soy milk …

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Michigan Cosmetic Dentist Loves to See You Smile

Healthy, attractive smiles should be a right afforded to everyone. This is why Dr. Askari and our team at Comfort Dental Spa dedicate themselves to providing dream smiles to patients. Your smile represents you, your persona, and your mood at any given moment. If you avoid smiling, the impression you’ll give is an unfriendly and unapproachable one. Your Michigan cosmetic dentist, Dr. Aziza …

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Your Misaligned Bite Could Cause Teeth Grinding

Two common dental problems are malocclusion and bruxism. Misaligned bites and teeth grinding are distinctly different issues by definition, but there are patients that have both conditions. When you present with malocclusion and teeth grinding, treating the alignment of your bite can stop or greatly improve your teeth grinding issues. Dr. Aziza Askari, Farmington Hills dentist, helps patients with both of these …

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