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General dentistry covers a broad range of dental services, and at Dr. Robert Everett, DMD in Gladstone, OR we are proud to offer many of these to our patients. Restorations, Sealants, Root Canals, and Mercury Free Fillings are just a few of the general dentistry services that we provide at Dr. Robert Everett, DMD. Your oral health is very important to us. Find more information about our many general dentistry services in the links below.

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Tooth Decay - Dear Doctor MagazineWhat is Tooth Decay? – And How to Prevent It!
Tooth Decay is an infection, and many people don’t realize that it is preventable. This article is the first in a series about tooth decay, perhaps the number one reason children and adults lose teeth during their lifetime. Explore the causes of tooth decay, its prevention and the relationship to bacteria, sugars and acids… Read Article

Tooth Decay – Dear Doctor MagazineTooth Decay – How To Assess Your Risk
Don’t wait for cavities to occur and then have them fixed — stop them before they start. Modern dentistry is moving towards an approach to managing tooth decay that is evidence-based — on years of accumulated, systematic, and valid scientific research. This article discusses what you need to know to assess your risk and change the conditions that lead to decay… Read Article

Anotomy of Teeth – Dear Doctor MagazineBasic Anatomy of Teeth
Adults have 32 teeth. This includes the wisdom teeth which are simply a third set of molars. It is possible to be born with less than 32 teeth or more than 32 teeth. If a person has had all four of their wisdom teeth removed, they will have 28 teeth…Read Article

 

 

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