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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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Avoid Demineralization of Tooth Enamel

Keep Your Teeth Strong and Healthy: How to Avoid Demineralization of Tooth Enamel

By | Dental Visit, Oral Health

Do you have problems with white spots, weakening of teeth or more frequent cavities? The reason for these issues may be the demineralizing of your tooth enamel. Here is a guide to help you understand what demineralization is and what you can do to protect your teeth. What is the process of demineralization? Demineralization happens when the mineral content on your teeth begins to wear away. It is the first sign of tooth decay and may be caused by a…

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DIY Braces Effectiveness and Why You Should Consult Your Dentist First

DIY Braces: Effectiveness and Why You Should Consult Your Dentist First

By | Children's Dentistry, Cosmetic, Oral Health

Sometimes things that sound too good to be true are just that: not true. Products on the internet that claim to straighten your teeth at a fraction of the cost may actually cause damage to your teeth. Here are some factors that you should be aware of when it comes to using common types of DIY braces. How are DIY Braces made? DIY Braces are made out of all kinds of materials that are neither sterile nor of high quality. …

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How to Avoid Dental Erosion Caused by Acid Attacks!

How to Avoid Dental Erosion Caused by Acid Attacks!

By | Oral Health

It is important to protect your tooth enamel from its natural enemy, acid.  An acid attack will erode enamel, which is the hard, protective coating surrounding your teeth. The enamel helps to protect the sensitive dentin beneath the surface, which will cause you pain and sensitivity if it becomes exposed.   How do I know if my teeth have dental erosion? Your teeth will probably be more sensitive to hot and cold food if you have dental erosion, which will…

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Dental Visits to Keep You and Baby Healthy during Pregnancy

Dental Visits Keep Mom and Baby Healthy During Pregnancy

By | Dental Visit, Oral Health

Keeping yourself healthy during pregnancy is important for both you and your baby. Make sure to maintain a good oral hygiene routine to keep your teeth and gums healthy and to help your baby stay healthy.   Should I have regular visits to the dentist while pregnant? Regular visits to the dentist will help you keep up a good oral hygiene routine and help your dentist deal with any issues before they become serious concerns.  You will experience hormonal changes…

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How Your Eating Habits Affect Your Oral Health

How Your Eating Habits Affect Your Oral Health

By | Oral Health

What you eat has a big impact on the health of your mouth, teeth and gums.  Chewing and swallowing are the first part of the long journey through your digestive system.  The nutrients you consume make their first point of contact in your mouth, which has a big impact on your oral health. Here are a few recommendations to help you eat foods that are nutritious and keep you healthy.   According to the USDA Center for Nutrition Policy and…

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How to Effectively Treat Dry Mouth

How to Effectively Treat Dry Mouth

By | Oral Health

Many people suffer with dry mouth, a condition which is difficult to diagnose and treat.  Patients who take multiple prescriptions are more likely to have dry mouth since it is a common side effect of drugs used to treat depression, anxiety, pain, allergies (antihistamines and decongestants), diarrhea, urinary incontinence, Sjogren’s Syndrome and Parkinson’s disease. Medical treatments such as radiation or chemotherapy may also lead to dry mouth if the salivary glands are damaged.  It is important to work with your…

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