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|Dental|Rochester, IN 46975

1329 Main St, Rochester, IN 46975

(574) 223-3121

https://www.drhazen.com/

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Ray H. Hazen, DDS is certified by the American Board of Implantology in dental implants and cosmetic dentistry. Located in Rochester, IN, Dr. Hazen and staff offers complete general and cosmetic dentistry. Our office utilizes state-of-the-art equipment and procedures to give you a beautiful and healthy smile. In cases of missing teeth, we can give you a new smile that looks and feels natural.Our services include:• Crowns and bridges• Laser dentistry• Dentures• Periodontal therapyWe are committed to making every client feel comfortable and safe in our office. With our spacious and modern office, friendly staff and comprehensive services, you'll always feel welcomed at Dr.

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08/27/2019, 09:56 AM
Do I Really Need to Floss My Teeth? The answer is yes, you do need to floss your teeth daily. Flossing clears food and plaque from between your teeth and under the gumline. If you don't floss, plaque will harden into a rough substance called tartar (or calculus) Tartar collects along your gum line and can lead to gum disease. Once tartar forms, only your dentist can remove it.
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05/01/2019, 16:58 PM
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04/21/2019, 10:19 AM
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04/11/2019, 03:06 AM
What are the possible signs and symptoms of oral cancer? • A sore, irritation, lump or thick patch in the mouth, lip, or throat • A white or red patch in the mouth • A feeling that something is caught in the throat • Difficulty chewing or swallowing • Difficulty moving the jaw or tongue • Numbness in the tongue or other areas of the mouth • Swelling of the jaw that causes dentures to fit poorly or become uncomfortable • Pain in one ear without hearing loss A person who has any of these symptoms for more than 2 weeks should see a dentist or doctor for an oral cancer exam. Most often, symptoms like those listed above do not mean cancer. An infection or another problem can cause the same symptoms. But it’s important to have the symptoms checked out—because if it is cancer, it can be treated more successfully if it’s caught early. What
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Chewing Gum to help Prevent Cavities??? Clinical studies have shown that chewing sugarless gum for 20 minutes following meals can help prevent tooth decay. The chewing of sugarless gum increases the flow of saliva, which washes away food and other debris, neutralizes acids produced by bacteria in the mouth Look for chewing gum with the ADA Seal because you can be sure it's sugarless. All gums with the ADA Seal are sweetened by non-cavity causing sweeteners such as aspartame, xylitol, sorbitol or mannitol.
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