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  • How to Prevent Gum Disease
    What's the other name for gum disease? It's periodontitis, but whatever you call it, this dangerous oral health condition can be prevented. At Dr. Mark Richardson's office in Kalamazoo, MI, Read more
  • April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month
    An oral cancer screening is the most efficient way to spot oral cancer in its early stages. Early detection of this disease is key to early treatment, and in turn, Read more
  • Flossing 101: How to Floss Properly
    You know you should floss. Do you do it consistently? Your dentist in Kalamazoo, MI, Dr. Mark Richardson wants to encourage you in this important oral hygiene habit. He and Read more
  • Pregnancy Dental Care Tips
    Pregnancy is an exciting time that also requires a lot of planning and adjustment to your lifestyle. Believe it or not, being pregnant also affects your teeth and gums! Dr. Read more
  • A New Way to Straighten Your Smile
    Discover what clear orthodontic aligners could do for your appearance and your smile.  We know that braces aren’t just for kids and teens, which is why our Kalamazoo, MI, family dentist Read more
  • Symptoms of Common Dental Problems
    There are several common dental issues that can affect your oral health. It is important to seek professional dental care with Dr. Mark Richardson in Kalamazoo, MI if you develop Read more
  • Soda vs Your Teeth
    If you regularly drink sodas or other sweetened drinks, this can have a harmful effect on your smile and can increase your risk of cavities. Breaking habits can be hard, Read more
  • How’s My Brushing?
    Even once you know you are giving your teeth the very best clean possible it’s still crucial that your visit your Kalamazoo, MI, general dentist every six months no matter what. This is the best way to protect teeth against decay and gum disease, as well as detect these common dental issues early on. Read more
  • Which Denture Option Is Right for You?
    When it's time to replace several teeth, you'll find there are many denture options. Dr. Mark Richardson, your dentist in Kalamazoo, MI will help you navigate the choices, optimizing your appearance, Read more
  • Are Dental Implants Right for You?
    Dental implants command attention among patients and oral health care providers. Gaining popularity over the past few decades, these innovative tooth replacements not only look and function as real teeth Read more
  • Signs You May Need to Have a Tooth Extracted
    Find out why tooth extractions are sometimes crucial for your oral health. Once our permanent teeth come in, we often just assume that we will have them for life. Despite this Read more
  • When is A Dental Crown Needed?
    The dental crown has been around for generations. Tooth-shaped and custom-fashioned from high-quality porcelain, crowns restore teeth which otherwise would break, fail, and require extraction. Kalamazoo, MI, family dentist Dr. Read more
  • Your Denture Options
    If you have missing teeth, you may feel you have few to no options for a great smile. Actually, the opposite is true. Your Kalamazoo, MI, dentist, Dr. Mark Richardson, Read more
  • Lost Teeth Affect Your Whole Smile
    What can change your personal appearance, self-confidence, chewing, and biting more quickly than anything? Tooth loss can as empty spaces cause bone and gum resorption and movement of any remaining Read more
  • The Benefits Of Tooth Colored Fillings
    Dentists have restored teeth with fillings literally for generations, and while the incidence of cavities is lessening in the US, your dentist in Kalamazoo, MI, still restores decayed teeth every Read more
  • Ways Cosmetic Bonding Can Help Reshape Your Smile
    What your dentist in Kalamazoo wants you to know If you would like to reshape and revitalize your smile, there are many effective cosmetic dental treatments to consider, but one of Read more

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