How Smoking Can Affect Your Teeth

4 March, 2020
Everyone knows that smoking can wreak havoc on your health, but many don’t realize the level of damage it can also do in your mouth. At Snow Family Dentistry, we want you to live your best and healthiest life, and therefore want you to realize the danger of tobacco can have on your teeth and gums. Tobacco use can cause: Yellow Teeth The more you......
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How to Prepare for a Dental Extraction

4 August, 2019
Adult teeth are made to last us a lifetime, but that’s not always what occurs. Whether due to an injury, a health condition, or other, a situation can arise where a tooth extraction is the best course of action for maintaining the health of your teeth and gums. At Snow Family Dentistry, we know the thought can be intimidating for patients, but our gentle, experienced team......
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Our Story

20 December, 2018
Snow Family Dentistry began over forty years ago when Dr. Paul Snow started his own dentistry practice in Apache Junction. After serving the area for twenty five years, he decided to move the practice to Mesa, where it has been home now for the past sixteen years....
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Causes of Bad Breath

1 January, 2019
What Causes Bad Breath? There are a number of reasons you might have bad breath. While many causes are harmless, bad breath can sometimes be a sign of something more serious. Continue reading to learn why this happens and what you can do about it! Bacteria Your mouth also acts like a natural hothouse that allows these bacteria to grow. When you eat, bacteria feed......
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Tips to Manage Sensitive Teeth

24 January, 2019
Here at Snow Family Dentistry, we understand that dealing with sensitive teeth can be very frustrating. With that being said, there are multiple ways to help make living with sensitive teeth more bearable. Continue reading to learn what they are!...
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Ways to Stop Grinding Your Teeth

28 January, 2019
Do you ever wake up from a night’s sleep with sore teeth and jaws? You could be grinding your teeth. Grinding your teeth is known as bruxism. Stress, anxiety, smoking, heavy alcohol, caffeine, depression and sleep disorders are all possible causes of teeth grinding! If you want to learn how to quit this bad habit, please continue reading!...
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4 Ways to Get a Whiter, Healthier Smile

8 February, 2019
Are you trying to get a brighter, healthier smile but don’t know where to start? No problem, we’re here help! Continue reading to learn some helpful tips that will optimize your smile!...
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