Round Lake Beach 847-546-5550 2 E Rollins Rd, Suite 202, Round Lake Beach, IL 60073

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Our Round Lake Dentist Talks Gum Disease and Inflammation

Posted on September 30th, 2021 by RLBmanage

Most people understand the importance of brushing and flossing their teeth on a regular basis to prevent tooth decay and gum disease. However, at Round Lake Beach Family Dental, we want everyone to appreciate how essential dental hygiene is to their overall health as well. Something that is not always fully understood, is the synergistic […]

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Your Dentist in Round Lake – Keep Your Smile Beautiful as You Age

Posted on May 28th, 2021 by RLBmanage

As practitioners of restorative dentistry in Round Lake Beach, we know that aging isn’t always pretty, and your mouth is certainly no exception. Until fairly recently, it was assumed that dentures were a virtual certainty as you age – but no longer. Today, approximately three-quarters of individuals over 65 retain at least some of their […]

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The Connection – Sinus Infections and Dental Problems

Posted on April 14th, 2021 by RLBmanage

If you are someone who suffers from frequent sinus infections, consider making a dentist appointment. That might seem counterintuitive, but your recurring sinusitis could be related to tooth decay. Tooth decay, which starts as a cavity, can advance within the tooth if left untreated. Once it infects the pulp, it can continue to the root […]

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How to Teach Your Kids About Proper Dental Care

Posted on January 20th, 2021 by RLBmanage

A Lifetime of Beautiful, Healthy Smiles Helping children understand the importance of caring for their teeth and gums can be difficult. They simply do not understand the concept of long-term dental health. Parents struggle with making dental care something kids want to do. They are just not interested in brushing their teeth every morning and […]

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Wearing a Mask and Dental Hygiene

Posted on November 5th, 2020 by RLBmanage

What is “Mask Mouth?” As our patients return to our offices, we are seeing some inflammation affecting the gums of people who never had any issues before now. In fact, about 50% of our patients are being affected by this new affliction which dental professionals have begun to dub “mask mouth.” Wearing a mask all […]

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