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Category: Oral Health


How Dental Crowns Can Save Your Smile

Written By Cedar Creek Dental on December 16, 2020

When your teeth are chipped, decayed, or cracked, you may be embarrassed by your smile. This can take a toll on your self-esteem. A damaged tooth can also make everyday tasks, like talking and eating, challenging. Dental crowns offer a safe... Read More


Oral Cancer Screening - An Important Part of a Comprehensive Exam

Written By Cedar Creek Dental on November 16, 2020

At least once a year, your Highland, IL dentist will perform a comprehensive oral evaluation.  During this exam, they’ll do an oral cancer screening, a test that can prove vital to your overall health and wellness.   Today, you’ll learn why this screening... Read More


Get a Smile You Love with a Smile Makeover in Highland, IL

Written By Cedar Creek Dental on October 16, 2020

Some people say the most attractive part of another person is their smile.  Unfortunately, many people are embarrassed by their smile, going so far as to hide it from others.  If this is how you feel about your smile, your Highland, IL... Read More


Gum Disease and Heart Disease - What’s the Connection?

Written By Cedar Creek Dental on June 19, 2020

It can be hard to imagine how the health of your gums – or lack thereof – can impact heart health.  Still, in recent years, researchers are finding more and more evidence of a link between periodontal disease (gum disease) and... Read More


How Dental Night Guards Help Relieve Stress and Tension Headaches

Written By Cedar Creek Dental on May 20, 2020

Stress can completely disrupt your life and lead to an abundance of health issues, including tension headaches and grinding your teeth at night.  Fortunately, night guards (bruxism splints) can help ease some of the muscle tension you experience. How do night... Read More


The Mouth and Heart Connection: Why It Matters

Written By Cedar Creek Dental on February 13, 2020

Heart disease affects nearly every person in the United States. It’s estimated that half the population has some form of cardiovascular disease. Even those who don’t have it know someone who does.  Finding preventative treatment is vital in the fight against heart... Read More


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