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Adam M. Hogan, DDS • Virginia Beach
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Recent Blog Posts

Our team has provided this dental blog to help educate our Virginia Beach area community about oral health. Check back regularly for new posts!
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August 23, 2021
Why Adults Are Turning To Invisalign To Correct Their Smile

Invisalign is a dental appliance that has become common among adults with crooked teeth. Invisalign are clear, retainer-like dental appliances that can shift your teeth into place. As much as these appliances are removable, you should wear them at least 22 hours a day for quality results. Furthermore, the aligners need to be changed once […]

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August 9, 2021
How Oral Piercings Can Lead to Tooth Loss

Oral piercings can be dangerous to your teeth. An oral piercing can be anywhere in or around the mouth. Tongue piercings, lip piercings, and cheek piercings are considered oral piercings. While this may seem like a good choice at one time in your life, you will probably regret it if your oral piercing leads to […]

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July 26, 2021
How We Can Help You Manage Your Bruxism Symptoms

Managing symptoms of any disease involves a team of committed professionals. Bruxism is no different. Bruxism is a habit of grinding your teeth. Learning to manage the symptoms of bruxism can be overwhelming, but we can help you. We can help to fit a mouthguard, repair cracked teeth, treat pain in your jaw muscles, as […]

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July 12, 2021
Common Procedures We Can Do to Restore the Health of Your Teeth

Restoring the health of your teeth is one of our core principles. We choose to use dental procedures which repair or replace your teeth so that the function and appearance of your teeth are maximized. Filling a Cavity Restores Your Teeth A common procedure we use to restore your teeth is filling a cavity. When […]

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June 21, 2021
Brushing Right After Eating Can Damage Your Teeth

We all want healthy teeth, and brushing is a huge part of making that a reality. Good brushing habits are not just about how you brush but also when you brush them. Have you ever asked yourself when the right time to brush is? Some people prefer brushing their teeth right after eating. While this […]

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June 7, 2021
It Can Be a Big Problem to Regularly Forget to Brush Your Tongue

Proper oral hygiene is not limited to your teeth, the tongue forms an integral part of it. We often focus on taking care of our teeth and pay little attention to the tongue. It is important to regularly brush your tongue for better oral hygiene. It can be a big problem if you fail to […]

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May 24, 2021
Flossing Wrong Can Lead to Gum Damage

While we recommend that our patients floss their teeth regularly. We also want them to floss correctly. If you are not sure how to floss, you need to ask us how to floss properly. Why Is Flossing Correctly Important Flossing helps you to fight gum disease and maintain a healthy smile. However, to ensure good […]

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May 10, 2021
Tips for Making Recovery from Dental Extractions Easier

If you plan to have teeth extracted, you need to be prepared. That is why we always provide post-operative instructions. The following information can also update you in this regard. Dos for Recovering from Oral Surgery To recover from tooth extractions, it is important to rest and take it easy. When you are relaxing, prop […]

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April 12, 2021
Drinks That Stain Your Teeth

One morning, while you are brushing your teeth, you see that they are not as white as they are supposed to be. The front teeth have yellow stains on them and the ones on the sides don't look good too. The discoloration you see is a result of what you have been drinking. Your love […]

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April 12, 2021
How Leukemia Affects Oral Health

As seen in those suffering from diabetes, lung disease, and kidney disease, medical conditions can have a huge impact on oral health. Leukemia is no different. This illness can compromise your oral health in a number of ways, some of which we have discussed below. Bleeding Gums Bleeding gums don't just signify gum disease. They […]

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