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Dentist in Ogden, UT. Visit *******www.bestogdendentist****/ or call us at (801) 783-3490 for more information about dental care services in Ogden Utah. "One dental tip that I can give is rampant, everybody knows that soda drinking is a bd thing. Everybody knows that, but it's the way you're drinking your soda. What we're seeing is a lot of sipping, sipping on soda for long periods of time is just a killer to your teeth. If you want to have your soda for the meal, that's fine. But drink your soda, get it down, get it gone, rinse your mouth out with some water, brush your teeth, and you're fine. It's the receptionist, the school teacher, the secretary, whatever the case may be, the delivery driver, anybody who is pretty much in the same place all day that has access to something that they can sip on. That constant bathing your teeth in the sugary substance, with no break, is what is going to kill those teeth. You don't have to stop drinking it completely, just make sure you're drinking it wisely and getting your teeth cleaned off as soon as possible. Hopefully this video has answered your questions. If you have any other questions we have a whole library of videos. If there is something that you have that hasn't been answered, you can feel free to go to my website or to give me a call. Thank you so much and have a good day." Dr. Jim Ellis, DDS 1220 33rd Street Suite C Ogden, UT 84403 (801) 783-3490 *******www.bestogdendentist****/ Dentist in Ogden, UT *******www.youtube****/watch?v=HuUF2aXUYHA
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Dentist in Ogden, UT. Visit *******www.bestogdendentist****/ or call us at (801) 783-3490 for more information about dental care services in Ogden Utah. "One of the things companies have been coming out with recently are ways to hold the floss differently. Nobody likes to wrap the floss around their fingers, it makes the ends of the fingers purple and cuts off blood supply, so they've come up with different holders for floss. All of them are great, it's a wonderful advance in dentistry. What they're most useful for are probably the kids and elderly, the children because they're not very coordinated in doing that whole thing and getting the floss in the back of the mouth. A lot of time they're designed with little dinosaurs or animals so the holders look like something so the kids get excited to use them. The elderly, on the other end of life, you lose manual dexterity in your fingers and the ability to wrap the floss and get in the back of your mouth. For the elderly they actually have longer handles so you don't even have to put your hand in your mouth to floss. So all of these floss holders are great, as long as the floss goes in between the teeth it will work. I highly recommend them and we give them out to people at their cleanings. Hopefully this video has answered your questions. If you have any other questions we have a whole library of videos. If there is something that you have that hasn't been answered, you can feel free to go to my website or to give me a call. Thank you so much and have a good day." Dr. Jim Ellis, DDS 1220 33rd Street Suite C Ogden, UT 84403 (801) 783-3490 *******www.bestogdendentist****/ Dentist Ogden, UT *******www.youtube****/watch?v=i3jlyD5ABrg
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Dentist in Ogden, UT. Visit *******www.bestogdendentist****/ or call us at (801) 783-3490 for more information about dental care services in Ogden Utah. "Teeth start to change color for a whole myriad of reasons. If you happen to be older and all your teeth are changing color, well then that's simply a product of age and other things you are ingesting food-wise. Any dark liquids, sodas, coffees, teas, cigarette smoking, even things like blueberries and cranberries, anything with a dark color content to it can change your teeth. If all your teeth are changing color then I'm pretty sure that that's the problem and you simply need to look into getting your teeth bleached. There are many different ways to do that. If you're noticing that a single tooth is changing color that's a very different problem. Teeth are alive; teeth have a blood supply and a nerve supply. If you start to notice that one of your teeth is changing color, it's a pretty good bet that the nerve or blood supply has been cut off or damaged in some way and the tooth is actually dying. A tooth can actually die and lose its innervations and connection to the brain through nerve channels. So you need to get into the dentist right away and see what it is. Now these teeth that change color, it might not even hurt. There might not even be anything else besides just the color variation that you see. But guaranteed if they're changing color there's something going on and you need to get into your dentist right away and see why it is that your tooth happens to be changing color. Hopefully this video has answered your questions. If you have any other questions we have a whole library of videos. If there is something that you have that hasn't been answered, you can feel free to go to my website or to give me a call. Thank you so much and have a good day." Dr. Jim Ellis, DDS 1220 33rd Street Suite C Ogden, UT 84403 (801) 783-3490 *******www.bestogdendentist****/ Dentist in Ogden, UT *******www.youtube****/watch?v=NLJtm9jKrcc
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In this video, I unbox the new Garmin Nuvi 3490 LMT GPS Unit. Check it out!
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Dentist in Ogden Utah. Visit *******www.bestogdendentist****/ or call us at (801) 783-3490 for more information about dental care services in Ogden Utah. In this video, Dr Jim Ellis, DDS (a dentist in Ogden Utah) discusses what is dry mouth and why it is important that your mouth has to be moist. Dr. Jim Ellis, DDS 1220 33rd Street Suite C, Ogden, UT 84403 (801) 783-3490 For more information about dental care in Ogden Utah, please visit *******www.bestogdendentist**** or call us at (801) 783-3490 *******www.youtube****/watch?v=y4QfEaGGTPI
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Ogden Dentist *******www.bestogdendentist****/540/teeth-whitening/ or call us at (801) 783-3490 for more information about dental care services in Ogden Utah. Tooth whitening toothpastes do work, but the best analogy I can come up with is, if you have a headache, and you go to the supermarket and you get some over the counter pain killers, they work. They do not work as well as if you able to obtain prescription pain killers from a physician. The same thing is true with whitening toothpaste. Whitening toothpaste will work, but the strength of the bleaching agents inside the toothpaste are not prescription strength, they are over the counter strength. So you will need a lot longer time and a lot more applications to get the same whitening that you would from bleaches in dentists' office. Dentist offices are licensed to give you bleach that is prescription strength and so it will work much faster on your teeth than anything that you can buy over the counter in the store.
Hopefully this video has answered your question. If you have any other questions we have a whole library of videos. If there is something that you have that hasn't been answered, you can feel free to go to my website or to give me a call. Thank you so much and have a good day. Dr. Jim Ellis, DDS 1220 33rd Street Suite C, Ogden, UT 84403 (801) 783-3490 For more information about dental care in Ogden Utah, please visit *******www.bestogdendentist**** or call us at (801) 783-3490 *******www.youtube****/watch?v=PKJ39UgQWHI
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Dentist Ogden Utah. Visit *******www.bestogdendentist****/ or call us at (801) 783-3490 for more information about dental care services in Ogden Utah. TMJ stands for temporomandibular joint, it's just a joint. It's just an acronym for a joint. It's a very complex joint, however. You have two of every joint in your body. You have two hips, two knees, two ankles, two elbows, but they all can work independently. You can flex one elbow without the other, you can bend one knee without the other. The TMJ joint is different, it's the only one in the body that you actually can't work one side without the other. If you put your fingers right in front of your ears, and you open and close, that's what you'll feel is your temporomandibular joint. It's connected by this bone across your face. The complexity of the joint is increased because both joints have to work simultaneously. If there is any kind of injury to one side or the other, then it will affect the entire joint. Also grinding, misalignment of teeth, lots of things can affect the joint. It's a very touchy joint, and you need to make sure it's taken care of before any problems get involved in it.
Hopefully this video has answered your question. If you have any other questions we have a whole library of videos. If there is something that you have that hasn't been answered, you can feel free to go to my website or to give me a call. Thank you so much and have a good day. Dr. Jim Ellis, DDS 1220 33rd Street Suite C, Ogden, UT 84403 (801) 783-3490 For more information about dental care in Ogden Utah, please visit *******www.bestogdendentist**** or call us at (801) 783-3490 *******www.youtube****/watch?v=NkZTRwDhNHU
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Ogden Dentist. Visit *******www.bestogdendentist****/ or call us at (801) 783-3490 for more information about dental care services in Ogden Utah. Tooth sensitivity is a pretty common thing. There are many people in the world that just will never be able to bite down on a Popsicle. Sometimes the teeth just are not capable of functioning in very, very cold or very, very hot liquids, and that's okay. The thing that we get worried about is if that sensitivity changes. If you start to notice that the sensitivity, on a scale of 1 to 10, if 10 being the most sensitive you used to be a 3 and now you're up at a 5, then there's something going on that we need to check.
Or if the sensitivity that used to be generalized is localizing to say, one tooth or two teeth in a certain spot, that's not what should be happening. Generalized sensitivity is okay, but if that is increasing or stating to localize then we really need to take a look if there's some other causes to be making your teeth sensitive.
Hopefully this video has answered your question. If you have any other questions we have a whole library of videos. If there is something that you have that hasn't been answered, you can feel free to go to my website or to give me a call. Thank you so much and have a good day. Dr. Jim Ellis, DDS 1220 33rd Street Suite C, Ogden, UT 84403 (801) 783-3490 For more information about dental care in Ogden Utah, please visit *******www.bestogdendentist**** or call us at (801) 783-3490 *******www.youtube****/watch?v=pkhHxkQn-go
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Dentist Ogden Utah. Visit *******www.bestogdendentist****/ or call us at (801) 783-3490 for more information about dental care services in Ogden Utah. Usual, customary and reasonable. There are things that need to be done. If you have a cavity, it needs a filling. If you have a tooth that is infected, it needs to be pulled out or it needs to have a root canal. No one needs to have their teeth whitened, no one needs to have their teeth straightened orthodontically, unless there are severe complications with function of the jaw, chewing, speaking, things like that.
So there are two different things that dentists do, there are things that are medically necessary, and there are things that are over and above that. There are things that whiten your teeth, brighten your teeth, and make you look better cosmetically. Everything in that category would not be considered as a normal or customary. The overall health of your mouth; dealing with cavities, and cleanings, and things of that nature, those would be your standard and customary things.
Hopefully this video has answered your question. If you have any other questions we have a whole library of videos. If there is something that you have that hasn't been answered, you can feel free to go to my website or to give me a call. Thank you so much and have a good day. Dr. Jim Ellis, DDS 1220 33rd Street Suite C, Ogden, UT 84403 (801) 783-3490 For more information about dental care in Ogden Utah, please visit *******www.bestogdendentist**** or call us at (801) 783-3490 *******www.youtube****/watch?v=hKPVwpcUdTo
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Dentist Ogden Utah. Visit *******www.bestogdendentist****/ or call us at (801) 783-3490 for more information about dental care services in Ogden Utah. If your TMJ or temporomandibular joint functions properly, you just don't know it's there. Just like many of the joints in your body. You don't know that they're there until they hurt or until they bother you. Your temporomandibular joint, the joint right in front of your ears here, if it's malfunctioning in any way, you'll start to experience some pain, some discomfort will be the first thing. The more advanced stages of TMJ trouble, you'd start to feel some grinding. You'd actually start to feel more of like, a bone on bone. You might even hear some popping. If you do things that require a lot of stress by your joints, if you grind on your teeth, if you're a heavy gum chewer, things like that. If you use your jaw a lot, if your profession requires you to talk all the time, you might notice that you're hearing things or it's getting very painful. Any pain or discomfort in either side could mean that the entire joint is starting to break down on you, so any pain, any noise, anything like that, you should get in to see your dentist.
Hopefully this video has answered your question. If you have any other questions we have a whole library of videos. If there is something that you have that hasn't been answered, you can feel free to go to my website or to give me a call. Thank you so much and have a good day. Dr. Jim Ellis, DDS 1220 33rd Street Suite C, Ogden, UT 84403 (801) 783-3490 For more information about dental care in Ogden Utah, please visit *******www.bestogdendentist**** or call us at (801) 783-3490 *******www.youtube****/watch?v=TJSuUkh4R6Q
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Ogden Dentist. Visit *******www.bestogdendentist****/ or call us at (801) 783-3490 for more information about dental care services in Ogden Utah. Trench mouth is an older term used to describe periodontal disease. You can take as much care of your teeth as you want, but you also have to take care of the surrounding structures. Your teeth are supported inside of your head by your gums and by your jaw bone. When you floss, your floss disappears underneath your gums just a little bit. There is a little mote, as in a castle or a trench, around each tooth, it's supposed to be there, and it's supposed to be about 2 or 3 millimeters deep in healthy people. Problem comes in when you don't get that cleaned out either by yourself or professionally. The food gets packed down in there around the teeth and the bacteria just kind of go crazy down in the gums. It makes the gums very inflamed, very red, and very painful. It actually begins to deteriorate the bone supporting the teeth and then the gums follow suit with the bone. You can actually lose perfectly healthy teeth because there is simply no supporting structure around. Taking care of the gums and the bone around the teeth is just as important as taking care of the teeth themselves.
Hopefully this video has answered your question. If you have any other questions we have a whole library of videos. If there is something that you have that hasn't been answered, you can feel free to go to my website or to give me a call. Thank you so much and have a good day. Dr. Jim Ellis, DDS 1220 33rd Street Suite C, Ogden, UT 84403 (801) 783-3490 For more information about dental care in Ogden Utah, please visit *******www.bestogdendentist**** or call us at (801) 783-3490 *******www.youtube****/watch?v=WLabRZfJRt0
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Ogden Dentist. Visit *******www.bestogdendentist****/ or call us at (801) 783-3490 for more information about dental care services in Ogden Utah. Tooth decay. Alright, people are going to be a little grossed out by tooth decay, because what tooth decay actually is, is there are bacteria in your mouth. You'll never get the bacteria out no matter what you do, and that's okay. There are bacteria all over our body. There are bacteria in our digestive system and we need them. The bacteria in the mouth, however, live off of sugars. Sugars are in everything. Apples, bread, you name it, as well as candy and soda, of course. But the bacteria will eat the sugar, digest the sugar, and the byproduct of bacteria is acid. And that is what eats the teeth. The acid, which is the byproduct of bacteria, is what will dig holes into your teeth and cause decay and cause the bacteria to then be able to get even further into your teeth, which will make them even harder to get out. So, it's really the acid from the bacteria in your mouth. The way you stop it, is to make sure that the bacteria don't have anything to eat. Make sure that you are brushing and flossing as often as possible. Keeping all of the food and sugars out of your mouth will prevent the bacteria from having anything to digest and consume and then they can't make any byproduct and your teeth will be better off.
Hopefully this video has answered your question. If you have any other questions we have a whole library of videos. If there is something that you have that hasn't been answered, you can feel free to go to my website or to give me a call. Thank you so much and have a good day. Dr. Jim Ellis, DDS 1220 33rd Street Suite C, Ogden, UT 84403 (801) 783-3490 For more information about dental care in Ogden Utah, please visit *******www.bestogdendentist**** or call us at (801) 783-3490 *******www.youtube****/watch?v=okQ1y5itkUY
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Ogden Dentist. Visit *******www.bestogdendentist****/ or call us at (801) 783-3490 for more information about dental care services in Ogden Utah. There should only be one way in or out of a tooth and that is at the base of a tooth. Obviously on the bottom teeth it's down on the bottom and on the top teeth it's up toward the top. That's where the nerves and the blood vessels enter the tooth. If the inside of the tooth goes bad, if the inside of the tooth dies, and it starts to create infection, the infection needs to leave the tooth, it needs to escape.
The way that it will do that is out of that opening in the tooth. The infection will then begin to build at the root tip, either the top or the bottom. If the infection gets severe enough, that it creates enough pressure that it needs to exit the body, it will actually tunnel a channel through the bone, out through the gums, so that it can release the pressure into your mouth, it can release the infection and the fluid into the mouth, thereby decreasing the pressure inside the bone. An abscess is simply that, infection finding its way out. You'll know you have one because you'll begin to develop a little pimple or a bump on the side of your gums. Typically it will be squishy, many times it will build and then pop and then decrease and go away, you think it's better, but then it's back in another few weeks. So whether you see it on your child or see it on yourself or feel it on yourself, that is an abscess and that needs to be treated with a root canal.
Hopefully this video has answered your question. If you have any other questions we have a whole library of videos. If there is something that you have that hasn't been answered, you can feel free to go to my website or to give me a call. Thank you so much and have a good day. Dr. Jim Ellis, DDS 1220 33rd Street Suite C, Ogden, UT 84403 (801) 783-3490 For more information about dental care in Ogden Utah, please visit *******www.bestogdendentist**** or call us at (801) 783-3490 *******www.youtube****/watch?v=QTuIq4Qyb5Y
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