Study Links RA to Gum Disease

By Aloha Dental | June 9, 2021
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When it comes to receiving the best dental care in Highlands Ranch, our team at Aloha Dental wants of our patients to understand the connection between our oral and overall health. As we’ve covered previously in our blog, studies have found significant links between gum disease, tooth loss, and tooth decay and a range of chronic illnesses that include heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. However, one of the most surprising connections exists between gum disease and rheumatoid arthritis, or RA. Researchers have determined that a specific association occurs that links Porphyromonas gingivalis, the bacteria most closely linked to the development…

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Study Finds COVID Risk Linked to Gum Disease

By Aloha Dental | February 14, 2021
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As we’ve mentioned previously in our Aloha Dental blog, decades worth of research has found significant evidence that links our oral health with our overall health. Patients who develop gum disease, tooth decay, and tooth loss have a significantly higher risk for developing a range of chronic health conditions, including heart disease, stroke, and diabetes. If that wasn’t reason enough to continue brushing and flossing, a new study now suggest that gum disease may raise a patient’s risk for hospitalization or death if they contract COVID-19. How is COVID Linked to Gum Disease? Hearing that COVID may be linked to…

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Cosmetic Dental Care can Give You the Smile You’ve Always Wanted

By Aloha Dental | December 17, 2020
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When it comes to Highlands Ranch dental care, Dr. Isaacs wants every patient to enjoy the healthiest, best looking smile possible. For many patients, dental care only relates to having their teeth examined and cleaned. While regular Highlands Ranch dental care is important to helping maintain and improve the health of your teeth, cosmetic dental care can dramatically revitalize the appearance of a smile. Dr. Isaacs offers a variety of cosmetic dental care treatments designed to help restore any luster lost a smile has lost over the years. Whether due to the foods and drinks you enjoy or from an…

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What Every Patient Should Know About Gum Disease

By Aloha Dental | October 9, 2020
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As a Highland Ranch family dentist, our team at Aloha Dental knows how to ensure that our patients enjoy a healthy, great-looking smile for a lifetime. As most of you know by now, gum disease ranks as the leading cause of serious oral health problems that can permanently damage a patient’s smile. Early stage gum disease, known as gingivitis, can cause gum tissue to become red, swollen, and to bleed easily, especially after brushing or flossing. When left untreated, gingivitis can progress into the far more serious periodontitis, a condition that can lead to gum recession and permanent tooth loss.…

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The Many Advantages of Dental Implants

By Aloha Dental | January 24, 2020
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As a cosmetic dentist in Highlands Ranch, Dr. Isaacs wants to assure patients that losing a tooth doesn’t mean the end of a great-looking smile. Each year, millions of people lose one or more teeth, usually due to tooth decay, gum disease, or an injury. While replacing a missing tooth once required the placement of a dental bridge or dentures, today dental implant technology makes it easier and more affordable than ever for Dr. Isaacs to restore a patient’s smile back to health. Detailing Dental Implants Dental implants act like replacement roots for teeth badly damaged by dental decay, disease,…

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Why Highlands Ranch Family Dental Care Really Matters

By Aloha Dental | August 7, 2019
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When it comes to Highlands Ranch family dental care, our team at Aloha Dental remains committed to providing our patients with the quality service they need to enjoy a healthy, great-looking smile for a lifetime. After all, your oral health is more than just your smile. Research has found surprising connections between our oral health and a variety of long-term health problems that can seriously undermine our quality of life. When Dr. Isaacs instructs patients on the value of brushing, flossing, and scheduling regular exams and cleanings, she does so with the goal of helping every patient live a better,…

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