Jim Erpenbach DDS

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Does a Tree Hold the Key to Fighting Bad Breath?

When certain bacteria have the upper hand in your  mouth, it can cause halitosis (chronic bad breath). When a strong odor emanates from you, it can be embarrassing and affect your relationships and quality of life. No amount of mouthwash, mints, gum, or even brushing your teeth will completely cover up certain persistent and off...

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Does a Tree Hold the Key to Fighting Bad Breath?

When certain bacteria have the upper hand in your  mouth, it can cause halitosis (chronic bad breath). When a strong odor emanates from you, it can be embarrassing and affect your relationships and quality of life. No amount of mouthwash, mints, gum, or even brushing your teeth will completely cover up certain persistent and off...

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Dual Purposes for Future Dental Fillings

When you have a tooth which is prepared for a filling, your dentist does their best to clean the dentin of all remaining bacteria and dead tissue. Unfortunately, there is a chance that some of the germs which caused the tooth decay will still remain. Fortunately, exciting discoveries are made through scientific research. An example is the...

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Dual Purposes for Future Dental Fillings

When you have a tooth which is prepared for a filling, your dentist does their best to clean the dentin of all remaining bacteria and dead tissue. Unfortunately, there is a chance that some of the germs which caused the tooth decay will still remain. Fortunately, exciting discoveries are made through scientific research. An example is the...

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Dual Purposes for Future Dental Fillings

When you have a tooth which is prepared for a filling, your dentist does their best to clean the dentin of all remaining bacteria and dead tissue. Unfortunately, there is a chance that some of the germs which caused the tooth decay will still remain. Fortunately, exciting discoveries are made through scientific research. An example is the...

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Dual Purposes for Future Dental Fillings

When you have a tooth which is prepared for a filling, your dentist does their best to clean the dentin of all remaining bacteria and dead tissue. Unfortunately, there is a chance that some of the germs which caused the tooth decay will still remain. Fortunately, exciting discoveries are made through scientific research. An example is the...

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Dual Purposes for Future Dental Fillings

When you have a tooth which is prepared for a filling, your dentist does their best to clean the dentin of all remaining bacteria and dead tissue. Unfortunately, there is a chance that some of the germs which caused the tooth decay will still remain. Fortunately, exciting discoveries are made through scientific research. An example is the...

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Oral-Systemic Health Explained

Regular research links oral health to the health of the whole body. This connection is often referred to as the oral-systemic health link. Because the mouth is often the first place bacteria enter the body, controlling bacteria in your mouth will reduce the potential for it entering your bloodstream. Gum disease, which affects about 80% of...

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Oral-Systemic Health Explained

Regular research links oral health to the health of the whole body. This connection is often referred to as the oral-systemic health link. Because the mouth is often the first place bacteria enter the body, controlling bacteria in your mouth will reduce the potential for it entering your bloodstream. Gum disease, which affects about 80% of...

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Oral-Systemic Health Explained

Regular research links oral health to the health of the whole body. This connection is often referred to as the oral-systemic health link. Because the mouth is often the first place bacteria enter the body, controlling bacteria in your mouth will reduce the potential for it entering your bloodstream. Gum disease, which affects about 80% of...

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Oral-Systemic Health Explained

Regular research links oral health to the health of the whole body. This connection is often referred to as the oral-systemic health link. Because the mouth is often the first place bacteria enter the body, controlling bacteria in your mouth will reduce the potential for it entering your bloodstream. Gum disease, which affects about 80% of...

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Oral-Systemic Health Explained

Regular research links oral health to the health of the whole body. This connection is often referred to as the oral-systemic health link. Because the mouth is often the first place bacteria enter the body, controlling bacteria in your mouth will reduce the potential for it entering your bloodstream. Gum disease, which affects about 80% of...

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Rumors About Sleep: What to Believe

There are certain truths about sleep that are well known by simple instinct and experience. Most of us are well aware that we need sufficient sleep in order to be healthy and function on all cylinders. Dr. Erpenbach has dedicated part of his dental practice to helping patients with sleep issues (such as snoring and sleep apnea) get the sleep...

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Rumors About Sleep: What to Believe

There are certain truths about sleep that are well known by simple instinct and experience. Most of us are well aware that we need sufficient sleep in order to be healthy and function on all cylinders. Dr. Erpenbach has dedicated part of his dental practice to helping patients with sleep issues (such as snoring and sleep apnea) get the sleep...

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Rumors About Sleep: What to Believe

There are certain truths about sleep that are well known by simple instinct and experience. Most of us are well aware that we need sufficient sleep in order to be healthy and function on all cylinders. Dr. Erpenbach has dedicated part of his dental practice to helping patients with sleep issues (such as snoring and sleep apnea) get the sleep...

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Rumors About Sleep: What to Believe

There are certain truths about sleep that are well known by simple instinct and experience. Most of us are well aware that we need sufficient sleep in order to be healthy and function on all cylinders. Dr. Erpenbach has dedicated part of his dental practice to helping patients with sleep issues (such as snoring and sleep apnea) get the sleep...

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Rumors About Sleep: What to Believe

There are certain truths about sleep that are well known by simple instinct and experience. Most of us are well aware that we need sufficient sleep in order to be healthy and function on all cylinders. Dr. Erpenbach has dedicated part of his dental practice to helping patients with sleep issues (such as snoring and sleep apnea) get the sleep...

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Getting to Know Development of Dental Plaque

At any given moment of the day, you probably have some plaque in your mouth. If not, bacteria are furiously working to make more. Plaque is a complex microbial community formed by germs which occur naturally in your mouth. There are over 600 different strains of bacteria in the human mouth.  Some of them are considered “good...

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Getting to Know Development of Dental Plaque

At any given moment of the day, you probably have some plaque in your mouth. If not, bacteria are furiously working to make more. Plaque is a complex microbial community formed by germs which occur naturally in your mouth. There are over 600 different strains of bacteria in the human mouth.  Some of them are considered “good...

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Getting to Know Development of Dental Plaque

At any given moment of the day, you probably have some plaque in your mouth. If not, bacteria are furiously working to make more. Plaque is a complex microbial community formed by germs which occur naturally in your mouth. There are over 600 different strains of bacteria in the human mouth.  Some of them are considered “good...

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