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Improve your oral health with xylitol!

Xylitol tastes sweet, but unlike sugar, it is not converted to acid that can cause your teeth to decay. It’s a naturally occurring sweetener found in plants, fruits, and vegetables; Read More

Do I lose my wisdom if I lose my wisdom teeth?

The third molars have long been known as your “wisdom teeth,” because they are the last teeth to erupt from the gums – usually sometime during the late teens to Read More

Implants: Why it's important to replace missing teeth

The average adult has 32 teeth, a combination of molars, canines, and incisors. By middle age, however, most adults are missing at least one tooth due to an injury, decay, Read More

Temporomandibular Joint Disorder

  Many people struggle through life with headaches, jaw pain and trouble chewing without understanding why. These symptoms could be stemming from issues with the TMJ (temporomandibular joint.) The TMJ is Read More

Systemic Links of Gum Disease

  Did you know that an unhealthy mouth can adversely affect your overall health and well being? Periodontal (gum) disease is an infection and inflammatory process that destroys the bone and Read More

Facts on Flossing

Many people don't truly understand the benefits and necessity of floss.  Here are some answers to frequently asked questions on flossing: Why should I floss?     If you're not flossing, you are allowing Read More

Dental Implant Q & A

Dental implants have become the standard of care to replace missing teeth in suitable patients.  Although more and more patients are experiencing the implant process, most patients still don't fully Read More

Welcome to Our Blog

Welcome to the Blog of Madison Family Dentistry! Whether you are an existing patient or searching for a dentist in the Madison,AL area, we're excited you are here. With the dental Read More

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