General Dentistry

The Five Stages of a Cavity

In this message from Koch Park Dental in Florissant MO, we discuss something about cavities you might not know. You may have heard that once tooth enamel is eroded, it’s gone forever. This is not entirely true. In the earliest stage of enamel erosion, a cavity can be reversed. There are five main stages to

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When It’s Better Not To Brush

This message from Koch Park Dental in Florissant MO is about tooth enamel. Though thin and partially translucent, tooth enamel is the hardest substance in the body and has the critical job of protecting teeth from constant use, and from the assault of chemicals in food and drink. Enamel also safeguards tooth nerves from hot

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For A Healthier Smile, Stop Doing This

Your teeth can last a lifetime. With a few daily precautions and regular checkups at Koch Park Dental in Florissant MO, you’ll go a long way toward making sure they do. If you do any of the following, we recommend that you stop: Chewing Sugared Gum: Cavities, a sore jaw, or compromised bridgework may result.

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Two Hints For When You’re Too Tired To Brush

Too tired to touch a toothbrush? We’ve all been there. At Koch Park Dental in Florissant MO, we have two quick ideas to overcome your exhaustion and pick up your toothbrush. Idea #1 Drag Tongue Along Teeth As you lie there in bed after a long hard day and realize you forgot to brush, drag

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Top 5 Do’s And Don’ts Of Dental Hygiene

By taking good care of your teeth, they can last you a lifetime. That’s a goal worth working toward! It all comes down to your daily dental health routine, and checkups at Koch Park Dental in Florissant MO. In this blog post we offer five tips for maintaining healthy teeth and gums. Brush and floss

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Is Your Low-Carb Diet Giving You Bad Breath?

Many people believe that bad breath is linked to poor brushing. The truth is that there are many causes. At Koch Park Dental in Florissant MO, we can help you identify the cause of bad breath, and discuss how to cure it. Your diet dramatically affects your breath. Because digestion begins the moment foods enter

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Does Your Dentist Conjure Up Cavities?

Cavities can be filled, but it is better to prevent them in the first place. If your dentist seems to conjure up cavities at every visit, then it’s up to you to break the cycle. At Koch Park Dental in Florissant MO, we are here to help you. How can you lift the cavity curse?

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4 Reasons To Look For The ADA Seal

Here’s a suggestion from Koch Park Dental in Florissant MO: when you go to the store for dental products, be sure that what you choose has the American Dental Association Seal of Acceptance. Here are four ways the ADA seal can help you make good oral care choices for you and your family. Products with

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Healthy Living Starts With A Smile

What comes to mind when you think of healthy living? A dinner plate with a grilled chicken breast and a tossed salad? A cholesterol test that shows your arteries are looking good? If you pictured a white, healthy smile free of cavities, Koch Park Dental in Florissant MO salutes you. Essential Dental Health Brushing your

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Are Dental Implants Experimental?

Dental implants are tooth replacement marvels that have been placed in millions of people. They look and function just like the real thing, and are available at Koch Park Dental in Florissant MO. Technically, dental implants are not replacement teeth. The actual implant is a titanium post that is inserted into your jaw. In a

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Koch Park Dental
Martin L. Buchheit, DDS
2149 Charbonier Rd Florissant, MO 63031

314.837.7744

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