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At Old Mt Pleasant Dentistry we hold to the old fashioned value that the patient is the most important person in our office. We use treatment plans that are practical and with the utmost concern for pain control, using the most advanced technology. Our staff will take time to explain any treatment plan and how to avoid dental problems in the future.

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We are conveniently located right off Ben Sawyer Blvd in Mt Pleasant at 1309 Warrick Lane.

Address: 1309 Warrick Lane Mt Pleasant SC 29464

Phone: 843-881-0668

Email: info@oldmtpleasantdentistry.com

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Bad Breath?

Bad Breath? Don’t be that Person with these Helpful Tips

By | Oral Hygiene

Many people suffer from chronic halitosis or bad breath. Bad breath can be very embarrassing but fortunately there are numerous ways to resolve it. It is a common condition that in most cases originates from the gums and tongue.  The American Dental Association recommends these follow tips to help you fight bad breath and keep your mouth healthy. Brush and floss your teeth You should brush your teeth at least two minutes twice a day to eliminate bacteria and plaque…

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Tips to Overcoming Anxiety when Visiting the Dentist

Tips to Overcoming Anxiety when Visiting the Dentist

By | Dental Technology

There are a variety of reasons why patients are anxious about visiting their dentist.  Some people are concerned about the pain they may experience. Others worry that the appointment may be rushed or their concerns overlooked by the dental staff. The patient may also have some bad memories from negative experiences in the past while visiting a dentist. Avoiding a visit to the dentist due to anxiety will impact your overall oral health care, and may lead to the need…

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Does Charcoal Toothpaste Actually Whiten Teeth?

Does Charcoal Toothpaste Actually Whiten Teeth?

By | Oral Hygiene

Everyone seems to want whiter teeth.  Does charcoal toothpaste really work? When it comes to whitening teeth, there are many different methods being promoted online and in magazines. When the Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry asked people what was their number one goal to improving their smile, the answer among the majority of respondents was to have whiter teeth.  There are a number of methods being touted including swishing oils in your mouth, using turmeric in your daily routine, to scrubbing…

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Tips to Quit Smoking in the New Year

The Great American Smoke Out: Tips to Quit Smoking in the New Year

By | Uncategorized

Cigarette smoking leads to about 30 percent of all cancer deaths in the United States. This is an important reason to consider quitting smoking, and the sooner the better.  If you quit smoking you will experience some important health benefits that can be felt almost immediately.  Former smokers have fewer illnesses, such as colds, flu, bronchitis and pneumonia, and have lower blood pressure, improved circulation, and lung capacity.  Here are a few tips to help you on your journey to…

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Ask Santa: Dentist-Approved Stocking Stuffers from St. Nick

Ask Santa: Dentist-Approved Stocking Stuffers from St. Nick

By | Oral Health

This Christmas when you are buying your loved ones gifts to fill their stockings, in addition to the usual stocking stuffers, consider gifts that will improve their dental health. What could be better than giving the gift of a clean and bright smile!  Here are some suggestions of gifts to give that will have lasting effects throughout the year. Travel Kits Holidays are a prime time to travel to visit loved ones, whether for a weekend or a longer vacation. …

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What Causes Bad Breath?

What Causes Bad Breath?

By | Oral Health

There are many causes for chronic bad breath, called Halitosis, that mouthwash, tooth brushing or a breath mint cannot fix. The American Dental Association (ADA) reports that chronic bad breath is a sign that there may be something else happening in your body, including: Cavities or gum disease. These two dental issues may lead to halitosis. The deep pockets from gum disease can hide bacteria in your mouth that make it difficult to get rid of when brushing teeth and…

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