General dentistry

Cavities Are An Urgent Problem That Demands Immediate Attention In Shelby Township Michigan

Tooth cavities are a prevalent oral health issue that affects people of all ages and backgrounds in Shelby Township Michigan. While cavities may seem like a common occurrence, they are not to be taken lightly. Ignoring or delaying treatment for tooth cavities can have serious consequences for your oral health, overall well-being, and quality of

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Beating Horrible Halitosis in Shelby Township

“My neighbor’s bad breath is scaring me.” I’m Doctor McKinley-Holloway with McKinley-Holloway Legacy Dentistry in Shelby Township MI. I’d like to take a few minutes to share with you some facts about bad breath. Brushing just the teeth may not remove fragments of food between the teeth and up in the gums. Bacteria can grow

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Filtered Shelby Township Water And Oral Health

A simple way for Detroit residents to choose beverages that won’t harm their teeth is to keep it simple and make water their go-to drink. However, for safety, thrift, and convenience, many dental patients choose to drink bottled water or filter it themselves at home. Filtered water can be detrimental to oral health if it

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The Link Between Gum Disease and Viral Infections

The pandemic has increased public awareness of the danger of viruses and the importance of a healthy immune system. Our Immune System Protects Against Serious Illness The variation in the severity of COVID-19 illness is due, in part, to the strength of natural biological defenses. Of course, you may be wondering why we’re talking about

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6 Easy Ways To Eat Like A Dentist

Hello, friends of McKinley-Holloway Legacy Dentistry in Shelby Township MI! In today’s article, we are talking about nutrition. There is nothing that impacts your smile as much as your eating habits. Develop good eating habits and your dentist will smile down on you too. 1. Rinse after eating Rinse your mouth with a sip of

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Overlapping Teeth Can Be Corrected for a Beautiful Smile

At McKinley-Holloway Legacy Dentistry in Shelby Township MI, we provide innovative cosmetic dentistry. That means we fix all types of smile imperfections. Overlapping teeth are fairly common. And while many men and women don’t mind a slight overlap, others feel self-conscious and would like it corrected. What causes teeth to overlap? Genetics or thumbsucking as

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Oral Health During Pregnancy

Today’s post is for women who are pregnant or planning to become pregnant. Carrying a precious child can not only consume your time, but your attention as well. However, don’t forget your needs and your stamina during these vital months. It’s important to understand that the multitude of changes your body experiences during pregnancy also

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5 Critical Oral Cancer Facts

Dental Checkups Are Not Just About Cavities At McKinley-Holloway Legacy Dentistry in Shelby Township MI we encourage people to come in twice a year for a dental examination and cleaning.  If you abstain from biannual dental checkups because you don’t believe you have any tooth decay, perhaps getting an oral cancer screening is a more convincing reason

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Gummy Smile?

Many Shelby Township cosmetic dentistry patients with a gummy smile undergo crown lengthening surgery to bring proper balance and symmetry to their smile. Gum tissue and, in some cases, bone is removed to expose more of the visible part of a tooth. It is a safe procedure that does not affect healthy tooth structure. A

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Total Tooth Restoration

Your face is always on display for others to see. You can’t hide it behind long sleeves, baggy jeans, or a hat. Many lucky Shelby Township residents who have received smile makeovers at Ray McKinley DDS & Brittany McKinley-Holloway DDS — McKinley General, Cosmetic & Implant Dentistry believe their dazzling new smile brightens their whole

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