1. The 3 Necessities for Tooth Decay

    It may be surprising to hear that dental decay is the most common chronic infectious disease affecting children. It is a disease that is progressive and leads to more complicated treatment the longer it is neglected. This blog will cover the formula for getting tooth decay and provide simple tips to aid in its prevention. The formula consists of (1) a location that allows bacteria to easily adhere…Read More

  2. The Ride Across Minnesota – National MS Society

    Dear Friends and Family, Bike riding continues to be a great outlet for me bringing me an improved level of fitness and stress reduction. I enjoy talking about biking almost anytime or place. This passion for biking has brought me to ride in the National MS Society Ride Across Minnesota Tram for the last four years. This year’s ride from July 24th to July 29th, will start in Rochester and go thr…Read More

  3. We Want to Hear from YOU!

    At Denmark Dental we are continually trying to find ways to make you more comfortable when visiting us. We appreciate feedback, as it is also helpful for those individuals looking for a new dental home. Please share your experience with us on google. To write a google review click the following link Google Review. You will need to create an account if you don’t already have one. Near the top of …Read More

  4. Why Are My Teeth Sensitive?

    If you are reading this, you are likely one of the many individuals with at least one sensitive tooth. A research review published in 2006 by the Journal of the American Dental Association estimated that up to 57% of the population may be experiencing sensitivity in one or more of their teeth. So, lets get right to it: what causes sensitivity in teeth? (1) One of the leading causes of sensitivity …Read More

  5. But I drink DIET Soda, so it’s ok…

    A far too common misconception about oral health and soda is that diet soda has no sugar so it doesn’t harm teeth. Though diet soda doesn’t directly cause cavities it promotes an environment that is beneficial for the bacteria that create cavities, aka “acid loving bacteria”. An important point needs to be addressed here. Not all bacteria in our mouth are disease producing (causing cavitie…Read More

  6. Diabetes and Your Dental Health The effects of diabetes on dental health can be effectively managed if they are understood. Armed with this understanding, basic preventive measures can maintain a healthy mouth. Diabetes does not have a direct impact on the health of the mouth. Difficulties can arise from secondary issues that occur with a diabetic person. There tends to be a higher concentration o…Read More