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The TCD Dentistry Blog is the hot spot to find out about our deals, steals, and new information from the dental world. Our team of dedicated dental professionals is always ready to spend quality time with our clients. In the meantime, we want to keep you educated on ways to improve your dental health! Did you know a habitually dry mouth increases cavities and gum disease? We offer information to help you understand procedures, common concerns like your child’s first visit to the dentist, and information about our specific practice. We want you to know what your child’s first visit to our Madison family dentist will be like, and what to expect from a trip to our office for dental implants. Our cosmetic dentistry practice is here for all of your aesthetic dental needs! Our Madison dental clinic is the place to bring your family when they need the most comprehensive and outstanding dental care in the area!

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  • What is Cosmetic Dentistry? Cosmetic Dentistry Madison Professionals Explain Restorative and Aesthetic Dental Treatments When you smile in the mirror are you proud of your teeth?  Do you readily show your teeth or do you keep a closed lip smile to hide discolored, chipped, misshapen or missing teeth?  Problem teeth are a part of life.  Thanks to the science of cosmetic dentistry, you no longer have to hide your brilliant smile.  Dentists specializing in… Read More...
  • Dry Mouth Syndrome Causes & Treatment Do you ever feel like your mouth and The Sahara Desert have something in common? If so, you are not alone. Over 25 million Americans suffer from dry mouth. And its not just the discomfort of dry mouth (called “xerostomia” by dentists) that is the problem,  it is often accompanied by:  trouble chewing and swallowing, difficulty speaking, a rise in dental cavities and gum disease, and most noticeably to some, bad breath. If p… Read More...
  • Fluoride for Your Dental Health The Benefits of Fluoride in Moderation Most people know that for years dentists have been recommending fluoride as something which helps prevent cavities. It is found in just about every toothpaste, many mouth rinses, over-the-counter and prescription gels—and close to 70 % of Americans have it in their drinking water. Practically every dental professional credits fluoride for drastically reducing levels of dental decay over the last … Read More...
  • Joanne's No Bake Oreo Cake Joanne's No-Bake Oreo Cake for those with a Sweet Tooth! Crust 2c. Oreo cookies crushed ¼ csugar 1stick butter melted Mix cookies, sugar, and melted butter together. Press firmly in 9x13 pan. Bake 350 for 8-12minutes. Cool completely  Cream Layer 8oz cream cheese softened 1c powdered sugar 1c cool whip thawed Mix together until smooth, and carefully spread over cooled crust Sprinkle coarsely chopped malted milk ball… Read More...
  • The Importance of Flossing Recent research has shown that most Americans are not doing a simple activity that will keep their smiles looking beautiful, reduce cavities, prevent tooth loss and as many dentists and physicians now believe – significantly reduce the chance of heart disease and strokes. Even though most of our patients swear they do this activity, according to The American Dental Association, more than 90% of Americans don’t. That simple activity? … Read More...
  • Baby Bottle Tooth Decay What is Baby Bottle Tooth Decay? Baby bottle tooth decay is a form of decay than can destroy the teeth of an infant or young child. The teeth most likely to be damaged are the upper front teeth—the ones most critical to your child’s smile! What Causes Baby Bottle Tooth Decay? Baby Bottle Tooth Decay is caused by frequent and long exposure of a child’s teeth to liquids containing sugars. Milk, formula, fruit juices, and other … Read More...
  • Can Bottled Water Harm your Teeth? Bottled Water harms the Environment and your Teeth Something that most people consider to be healthy is actually causing an increase in dental cavities among children and many adults. The culprit? Many believe it is bottled water. While most of us know the dangers of drinking sugar loaded soft drinks and their sneaky cousins, the “sports drink,” we often don’t remember that bottled water is replacing the fluoride fortified tap… Read More...
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